Dbpedia is a extreme source of triples, but is too big for an ontology parser, if you try read a "offline" version of it (http://wiki.dbpedia.org/Downloads351).
I need only some terms of DBpedia like < http://dbpedia.org/resource/Mad_cow >
In my brainstorming, i think:
Anyone have another suggestion?
asked 10 Oct '10, 17:18
Why not just grab the bits you want? You don't even need sparql:
However if there is some common condition the concepts meet
Finally, if you really want a large number of triples, it might be more polite to download a dump in n-triples, then filter for the bits you want.
I have had similar problems with the size of DBpedia. A simple solution is to find the downloads that you are interested and filter out the triples using grep. If I am interested in the article category "Butterflies" and I suspect there are useful triples in the article_categories download I can use the following bash script and get a smaller set of triples that contain the references to the URI of interest.
Hope this helps - Pete