Any23

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Apache Any23

Name of the tool: Apache Any23
Home page: http://incubator.apache.org/any23/
Date of latest release:
Programming language(s) that can be used with the tool: Java
Relevant semantic web technologies: RDF/XML, Turtle, Notation 3, RDFa Primer, RDFa1.1 prefix mechanism, Microformats, HTML5 Microdata, RDF
Categories: Programming Environment, RDF Generator, Converter, API
See also:
Public mailing list: http://incubator.apache.org/any23/mail-lists.html
Preferred project URI:
DOAP reference: http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/any23/committers/doap_Any23.rdf
Company or institution: Apache Software Foundation

(Tool description last modified on 2012-05-31.)

Description

Anything To Triples (Any23) is a library, a web service and a command line tool that extracts structured data in RDF format from a variety of Web documents. Currently it supports the following input formats:

  • RDF/XML, Turtle, Notation 3
  • RDFa with RDFa1.1 prefix mechanism
  • Microformats: Adr, Geo, hCalendar, hCard, hListing, hResume, hReview, License, XFN and Species
  • HTML5 Microdata: (such as Schema.org)
  • CSV: Comma Separated Values with separator autodetection.

A detailed description of available extractors is here.

Apache Any23 is used in major Web of Data applications such as sindice.com and sig.ma. It is written in Java and licensed under the Apache License v2.0. Apache Any23 can be used in various ways:

  • As a library in Java applications that consume structured data from the Web.
  • As a command-line tool for extracting and converting between the supported formats.
  • As online service API available at any23.org.

You can download the latest release from our download page.