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Karima Rafes Sep 13
Share, discover and reuse the has never been easier with Today, there are 544 queries
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Nick Vintila 2h
Replying to @alexelcu
"interrogated" = end users? Willing to try a database to ease effort of creating user friendly views?
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Karima Rafes Sep 17
Linked open EP data of European Patent Office via
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Muhammad Saleem Sep 16
Now generate real-data of your choice.
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Ali Khalili Sep 13
Are you ready for the big move from merely consuming data towards producing knowledge that matters? Check out our Knowledge Graph specialist vacancy:
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Kingsley Uyi Idehen 12h
Looking at some focused : [1] -- Report [2] -- Query Editor. Re #2 an provides access to query code behind the report.
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Peb Ruswono Aryan 5h
juggling between wgs84:Point and geo:wktLiteral using queries loaded with strbefore, strafter, concat, group_concat, strdt, bind, and subqueries
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Daniel H. Mills Sep 16
(1/3) Fun Fact: You can share a SPARQL query from an Virtuoso Editor instance by clicking on the "Permalink" hyperlink ...
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Kirk Borne Sep 13
Amazon Neptune review — Scalable Graph Database for OLTP offers ACID properties, immediate consistency, and auto-scaling storage for billions of relationships: —————
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Brad Bebee Sep 17
Ever wondered how executes your query? Now you can view the SPARQL plans and tune your queries to build applications faster.
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Stardog Sep 17
Understanding how queries are executed is crucial to making them fast, but a wall of text can be hard to decipher. So we built a visual query plan interface to help you write better queries! Read more:
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Jonas M. Kress Sep 16
I spent the evening to code a small application (prototype) which shows items around you as notifications. (needs location permission explicitly set)
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Colin Maudry Sep 18
Writing faster queries is sometimes just about changing the order of the statements.
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Sonja Heward-mills 23h
Here is weekly recap of some of last weeks activities covering a range of topics including: demos & use cases:
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Tim Williams Sep 17
Registration is now open for "Let's Make a " at EU Connect 19 in November with me and . Join us for an hands-on intro to for .
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Jonas M. Kress Sep 16
Replying to @Jokrates
New queries can be added here: If you like it then maybe I spent another evening to publish a major version.
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Linus Kohl Sep 12
Fascinating insights on query execution and how to make querying decentralized information more stable by
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Kingsley Uyi Idehen Sep 11
Replying to @kidehen
Courtesy of being an extension of , I can alter a query results page link such that it resolves back to a query editor (if our is the backend). Even better, I can tweak and publish variations of original queries etc..
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Kingsley Uyi Idehen 13h
Using to produce a list of SPARQL Query Service endpoints: [1] -- [2] -- Ultimately, we need a cleaned up list of functioning endpoints for better exploration.
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Kingsley Uyi Idehen 19h
It's all about choice i.e., "horses for courses" . AND works better than OR i.e., whenever end-users are forced to chose one thing over another the end result is confusion. It took building a query tool to drive home the awesome power of raw sentences :)
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