What is GraphDb?
It is an enterprise ready Semantic Graph Database, compliant with W3C Standards. Semantic graph databases (also called RDF triplestores) provide the core infrastructure for solutions where modelling agility, data integration, relationship exploration and cross-enterprise data publishing and consumption are important.
GraphDb is a tool in the Databases category of a tech stack.
- W3C standards compliant
- SPARQL 1.1
- Incremental reasoning: RDFS
- OWL QL
- OWL RL
- SHACL validation
- Lucene connector
- Elasticsearch connector
- SOLR connector
- MongoDB connector
- embedded OpenRefine
- GeoSPARQL plugin
- Semantic Similarity plugin
- History plugin
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