From the post:
TabLinker, introduced in an earlier post, is a spreadsheet to RDF converter. It takes Excel/CSV files as input, and produces enriched RDF graphs with cell contents, properties and annotations using the DataCube and Open Annotation vocabularies.
TabLinker interprets spreadsheets based on hand-made markup using a small set of predefined styles (e.g. it needs to know what the header cells are). Work package 6 is currently investigating whether and how we can perform this step automatically.
Even with conversion tools, the question has to be asked:
What was gained by the conversion? Yes, yes the data is now an RDF graph but what can I do now that I could not do before?
With the caveat that it has to be something I want to do.