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Understands how components of the RDF data model (datasets, graphs, statements, and various types of node) are expressed in the RDF library of a given programming language by constructs such as object-oriented classes.

Parsing and Serializing RDF Data with Ruby

This tutorial teaches how to parse and serialize RDF data using the RDF.rb library for Ruby. There exist a number of Linked Data serialization formats [...]

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What's New in RDF.rb 0.3.0

This blog post describes an updated version of RDF.rb, a library for working with RDF using the programming language Ruby. The major new features include [...]

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RDF.rb: A Public-Domain RDF Library for Ruby

This blog post introduces the design philosophy and object model of the library and provides a tutorial for using its core classes. The author states [...]

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Inserting, Deleting, and Modifying Triples with XQuery and Server-Side JavaScript

This is the final chapter in MarkLogic's "Semantic Developer's Guide". It discusses how to work with both "managed" and "unmanaged" triples with XQuery or Server-side [...]

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Client-Side APIs for Semantics

This is the eleventh chapter in MarkLogic's "Semantic Developer's Guide". It discusses client-side APIs that provide support for management of triples and graphs, SPARQL and [...]

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How to Build an SQL Storage Adapter for RDF Data with Ruby

In this blog post, the author discusses his experience getting RDF.rb working with a PostgreSQL storage backend in order to work with RDF data in [...]

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Persistence

Documentation explaining that RDFLib provides an abstracted Store API for persistence of RDF and Notation 3. The Graph class works with instances of this API [...]

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Namespaces and Bindings

This documentation discusses the several short-cuts which RDFLib provides for working with many URIs in the same namespace. The namespace module defines many common namespaces [...]

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Utilities and Convenience Functions

This documentation states that, "For RDF programming, RDFLib and Python may not execute the fastest, but we try hard to make it the fastest and [...]

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RDF Terms in RDFLib

This documentation explains that terms are the kinds of objects that can appear in quoted/asserted triples. Those that are part of core RDF concepts are: [...]

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