I am currently working on a university research project, which builds an interactive application that fill in empty table data by making simple queries to the public Virtuoso SPARQL endpoint. The performance seems fine. (e.x, if I want to fill 100 entries, I make 100 simple queries, and usually get the result back in 7 seconds.).
However, I am wondering if setting up my own instance of DBPedia would be better for my app. (gain in performance, or stability, etc.) My first question is: Is this a good idea?
If yes, can someone please provide me a step-by-step guidance on how to do this? I have done a lot of search on how this should be done, but I am lost. I am not clear on things like: what do I need to install, how do I use them, what is the procedure, etc. Can you guys please help me with this? Thanks lots!