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This table lists the RDF serialisations which the various triplestores can take as an import format, and as an output format in terms of output generated via the SPARQL CONSTRUCT verb.
 
This table lists the RDF serialisations which the various triplestores can take as an import format, and as an output format in terms of output generated via the SPARQL CONSTRUCT verb.
  
Where '''"I"''' stands for "RDF import serialisations " and '''"O"''' implies "RDF serialisations available via SPARQL CONSTRUCT". It should be noted that this table illustrates the RDF parsing/serialising capabilities of the various systems, most of which use 3rd party libraries to perform these operations.
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Revision as of 00:15, 7 April 2011

Table of Triplestore and Supported RDF formats

This table lists the RDF serialisations which the various triplestores can take as an import format, and as an output format in terms of output generated via the SPARQL CONSTRUCT verb.

It should be noted that this table illustrates the RDF parsing/serialising capabilities of the various systems, most of which use 3rd party libraries to perform these operations.

Triplestore rdfxml ntriples nquads turtle trig trix n3 rdfa grddl json 0 json 1 json 2 Notes
4store/5store I O I O I I O I I I O (example json) O (example jsontriples ) uses libraptor
Anzo I O I I O I O O custom triple-based format also bundles Sesame serialisers
Allegrograph I O I O I I O I O O json
ARC2 I O I O I O I O application/rdf+json
BigData  ???  ???  ???  ???  ???  ???  ???  ???  ???  ???  ???  ???  ???
Jena I O I O I O I O I I I * I *
Mulgara I O I O I I I O json(application/sparql-results+json with "subject" "predicate" "object" variables)
Oracle 11g Release 2 I O I O I O I O I O I I uses Jena/Joseki, Sesame
OWLIM  ???  ???  ???  ???  ???  ???  ???  ???  ???  ???  ???  ??? uses Sesame's Rio parser
RDF::Query I O I O I O I O I I I O json(Talis json) uses RDF::Trine
Sesame I O I O I * I O I O I O I *
Virtuoso I O I O I I O I I O I I I O json application/rdf+json

"*" implies plugin "I" RDF import supported "O" RDF serialisations available via SPARQL CONSTRUCT