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This plugins allows to apply a SPARQL request on: 1. a set of RDF local files, i.e. on your computer. This is done by using the Corese SPARQL engine; 2. a SPARQL SOAP or REST end-point. It provides also the following functionalities: – statistics on the types present in the rdf obtained (if the rdf:type relations are provided in the construct request). – a filter on the type of the nodes. – filtering on the nodes, based on a SPARQL “Select” request.
Plugin Owner’s Notes

Some examples are available: – the humans example use local files and the Corese engine. To make it run, choose “humans” in the bottom drop-list, the click on the “Load” button, then Start. – the DBPedia-Movies example access to dbpedia in order to depict the relationships between the actors, directors and movies. To make it run, choose “DBPedia-Movies” in the bottom drop-list, the click on the “Load” button, then Start.

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