This documentation explains that RDF is a graph where the nodes are URI references, Blank Nodes or Literals. In RDFLib, nodes are represented by the classes URIRef, BNode, and Literal, and can be created by the constructors of these classes. Also discusses how to add and remove triples.
Time required: P15M
Educational use: professionalDevelopment
Educational audience: professional
Interactivity type: mixed
- 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
- Uses RDF programming libraries to persistently stores triples in memory, on disk, or to interact with triple stores.
- Uses RDF-library-specific convenience representations for common RDF vocabularies such as RDF, Dublin Core, and SKOS.
- Uses RDF-specific programming methods to iterate over components of RDF data.