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What is the best way to use python when building semantic web applications?

asked 09 Oct '10, 19:02

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See the section on Python in this Semantic Overflow question.

I think the two best options are RDFLib and REDland Python wrapper (librdf). Then you can have RDF APIs built on top of them, like SuRF, Sparrow, or RDFAlchemy.

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answered 11 Oct '10, 09:04

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For the completeness of your list: http://ordf.org

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You might be interested in RDFLib

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answered 09 Oct '10, 23:17

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This post summarizes what's available: Survey of Pythonic tools for RDF and Linked Data programming

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answered 21 Nov '12, 11:49

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LDTools seems to be another option : https://pypi.python.org/pypi/Ldtools

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answered 27 Feb '13, 08:42

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I found scrapelib interesting too, in that it allows to harvest Linked Data documents with throttling, cache, and similar nice features : https://pypi.python.org/pypi/scrapelib

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answered 01 Mar '13, 11:03

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