The CELLAR is the common repository of content managed by the Publications Office. It contains the files and the metadata of various collections of documents:
Summaries of legislation
How does CELLAR work?
Key collections of EU information – legal content and general publications – can be fetched directly from the Publications Office’s common repository of metadata and content, the CELLAR, using the machine-readable SPARQL endpoint facility or the HTTP RESTful web services.
CELLAR is powered by semantic technology and enables direct access to information stored as Linked Data. The CELLAR provides also an RSS feed in order to allow reusers to receive information about new documents that have been loaded into the repository or updates of existing data.
Tools to query CELLAR
The EU Law and Publications portal (http://publications.europa.eu) allows end users to access these collections in two ways.
1. Through the Linked Data query wizard:
2. Through the Advanced SPARQL Query Editor: