A Generic RDF Transformation Software and its Application to an Online Translation Service for Common Languages of Linked Data

author: Olivier Corby, INRIA Sophia Antipolis
published: Nov. 10, 2015,   recorded: October 2015,   views: 1388


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In this article we present a generic template and software solution for developers to support the many cases where we need to transform RDF. It relies on the SPARQL Template Transformation Language (STTL) which enables Semantic Web developers to write specific yet compact RDF transformers toward other languages and formats. We first briefly recall the STTL principles and software features. We then demonstrate the support it provides to programmers by presenting a selection of STTL-based RDF transformers for common languages. The software is available online as a Web service and all the RDF transformers presented in this paper can be tested online.

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