Hello,

I try to understand the sparql syntax and want to inference a subClass attribute.

I have the following example:

closed-form-assessement subClassOf assessment multiple-choice-assessment subClassOf closed-form-assessment

And I want to get the relation between multiple choice and assessment explicitly.

You can find the code I used in this gist

Unfortunately my result graph is empty. How can I get the desired result

multiple-choice-assessment subClassOf assessment

I used redlands roqet in version 0.9.29 And used the describe query from this question

asked 18 Feb '13, 06:48

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edited 18 Feb '13, 06:52


Your data has:

<e:assessment>

when you mean (no pointy brackets)

e:assessment
link

answered 18 Feb '13, 09:43

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awesome, thanks for this (now obvious) advice :))

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