actually i want the result of mysql query to be converted into rdf graph.

asked 17 Jan '13, 04:13

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Your question isn't very clear. You have data stored in MySQL and you'd like to have an RDF version of it?

That should be quite easy. I'm sure you've already had experience with exporting MySQL data into HTML - many websites are powered by MySQL, and capable of generating HTML from data that exists in a MySQL database.

With RDF, this is quite similar. First choose an RDF serialization format (XML, RDFa, Turtle, etc.). If you're experienced with HTML I suggest RDFa as your format of choice.

Here's a great link from Google, explaining how to markup HTML pages (which would be generated from your MySQL database) using RDFa: http://support.google.com/webmasters/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=146898

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answered 17 Jan '13, 08:02

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edited 17 Jan '13, 08:04

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