Time required: P1H
Educational use: professionalDevelopment
Educational audience: professional
Interactivity type: mixed
- Demonstrates a working knowledge of the forms and uses of SPARQL result sets (SELECT, CONSTRUCT, DESCRIBE, and ASK).
- Differentiates between a Default Graph and a Named Graph, and formulates queries using the GRAPH clause.
- Understands how to combine and filter graph patterns using operators such as UNION, OPTIONAL, FILTER, and MINUS.
- Understands the major SPARQL result set modifiers, e.g., to limit or sort results, or to return distinct results only once.
- Understands how the pattern matching of SPARQL queries can be expressed using functionally equivalent constructs in RDF programming libraries.
- Uses RDF libraries to process various types of SPARQL query result.
- Uses RDF-specific programming methods to query RDF data and save the results for further processing.