how to store 1000 records in OWL files? and use swrl to infer new instances based on these files? is there anything like table in relational database to store these owl files ? can I keep instance data separate from classes and properties?

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You can keep instance data separate from classes and properties, and you don't need SWRL to do inferencing, but--taking a step back--if you're thinking in terms of records and tables, it would be a good idea if you read up on some basic introductions to RDF, the semantic web, etc. before proceeding. See http://answers.semanticweb.com/questions/1/where-can-i-learn-about-the-semantic-web.

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