can you help me for this problem,Please?
I want show nodes and edge in RDF File ,
and I need a dll of RDF,
can you help me for do it?
18 Dec '12, 07:42
02 Jan '13, 04:58
Rob Vesse ♦
Please describe more clearly what your problem is. Possible add some examples. Also see the http://answers.semanticweb.com/questions/14494/welcome-to-answerssemanticwebcom intro to the site.
Thanks for replay ,
I have a RDF file,
I want show nodes that in file in a Label(in Csharp).
for exapmle,I have RDF as :
and graph is :
I want in cSharp show :
Thanks for your help,
I have a RDF file,I want load it into cShrp ,
I dont know ,can you help me?
Take a look at dotNetRDF which should allow you to do what you want (Disclaimer - I develop this).
A simple Google search should have found this library (and some other alternatives)...
19 Dec '12, 12:58
Rob Vesse ♦
In the past I have converted RDF into dot and then visualized it with graphviz.
25 Dec '12, 16:35
Ronald P. Reck
Is there any link for showing conversion of RDF into Dot?
@Isma It will depend what you want to visualize. Typically the conversion is relatively straightforward, the complication will likely be finding a .Net based component capable of displaying GraphViz files within your application
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