I was wondering if anyone here has written a small program to read/parse the datasets from http://wiki.dbpedia.org/Downloads38? I'm interested on what technologies were used to achieve this?


asked 18 Dec '12, 00:00

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ttl (turtle) and nt (ntriples) are both RDF serializations, so any program that can read RDF can read and parse them. Individual RDF tools may or may not be able to read the nq (nquads) files, so check the documentation for any tool that you're trying.

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answered 19 Dec '12, 08:14

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I personally like and recommended rapper. http://librdf.org/raptor/rapper.html

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