What are the best tutorials and hands-on exercises for learning SPARQL 1.0?

[Moved from http://www.semanticoverflow.com/questions/3133/querying-an-owl-files/3144#3144 thanks to the suggestion of Egon Willighagen]

asked 16 Feb '11, 08:11

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To get practical experience using SPARQL, there are a few useful tutorials with exercises.

  • I especially like Exercise 6 in Talis' "practical exercises". From that page you'll see links to their training material (including a tutorial on SPARQL). I'd advise starting with the exercises and consulting the tutorial only when you get stuck.

  • There's another useful tutorial by Cambridge Semantics. If it broke out the questions, I'd like it even better.

  • A SPARQL tutorial on xml.com; seems a bit dry and XMLy, but seems to have some reasonable examples.

See also:

[Community: what other SPARQL 1.0 tutorials and exercises do you recommend? Edit here!]

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answered 16 Feb '11, 08:14

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edited 09 Mar '11, 12:34

Please forgive the shameless plug: My O'Reilly book "Learning SPARQL" is now available from O'Reilly, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble. It covers SPARQL 1.0 and 1.1, and the 1.1 parts are clearly marked. See http://www.learningsparql.com for more.

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answered 27 Jul '11, 11:22

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Jena web site provides a nice tutorial about SPARQL

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answered 27 Jul '11, 11:42

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