RDFLib is a pure Python package work working with RDF. RDFLib contains most things you need to work with RDF, including:
- parsers and serializers for RDF/XML, N3, NTriples, N-Quads, Turtle, TriX, RDFa and Microdata.
- a Graph interface which can be backed by any one of a number of Store implementations.
- store implementations for in memory storage and persistent storage on top of the Berkeley DB.
- a SPARQL 1.1 implementation - supporting SPARQL 1.1 Queries and Update statements.
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Indices and tables¶
- functional properties
A functional property is a property that can have only one (unique) value y for each instance x, i.e. there cannot be two distinct values y1 and y2 such that the pairs (x,y1) and (x,y2) are both instances of this
- An RDF graph is a set of RDF triples. The set of nodes of an RDF graph is the set of subjects and objects of triples in the graph.
- named graph
- Named Graphs is the idea that having multiple RDF graphs in a single document/repository and naming them with URIs provides useful additional functionality. – http://www.w3.org/2004/03/trix/
A property is transitive:if whenever an element
ais related to an element
bis in turn related to an element
ais also related to
c. – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transitive_relation
Standard examples include