MySQL To RDF ApplicationMySQL To RDF ApplicationAn Extended Implementation of The W3C RDB2RDF Direct Mapping Recommendation
MySQL To RDF ApplicationAn Extended Implementation of The W3C RDB2RDF Direct Mapping Recommendation
Research and development has resulted in a easy to use tool for quickly generating RDF in line with the W3C's RDB2RDF Direct Mapping Recommendation. This is an extended implementation that also provides for generation ontological statements in OWL 2 from information drawn from the source database schema.
- Quick and easy to use
- Database schema agnostic
- User defined namespaces and namespace-prefixes
- Generate RDF for the entire database, or a single table
- Generate foundational ontology in OWL 2
- Generates valid RDF according to the W3C
- Can align terms with those in existing ontologies
TIME-SAVINGSimple interface that is quick and easy to use. Streamlined use case: connect-then-generate. Additional features include generating RDF for single tables only, editing default namespaces and prefixes, etc.
COST EFFECTIVEIT companies can use this tool to generate RDF graphs and OWL ontologies that can then be loaded into 3rd party ontology editing tools for exploration and further development. This tool can save money on employing specialists and consultants as organisations take the first steps in migrating their data to RDF.
EXTENSIBLEThe currently implementation demonstrates the RDB2RDF Direct Mapping Recommendation on MySQL databases. The code and overall design is relatively simple and straightforward to follow and can be extended to attach to alternative RDBMS's.
This product comes with a pre-built JAR file that will run on a Windows or Linux PC, or a MAC that has the Java-Runtime-Environment installed.
This also contains Java source code and library JARs and can be edited, extended, recompiled.
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|Category||Scripts & Code / Java|
|First release||10 July 2017|
|Last update||12 July 2017|
|Tags||Java, Database, XML, owl|