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SPARQL By Example (1) Introduction SPARQL by Example is a SPARQL tutorial created by W3C SPARQL Working Group co-chair Lee Feigenbaum and W3C team member Eric Prud'hommeaux. NOTE: We intend to update this tutorial in the next couple of months. If you have suggestions, please let us know. How to Use This Tutorial Use your mouse or your keyboard's arrow keys to go back and forth (click on the tutorial if this doesn't work to ensure that it has the keyboard's focus). SPARQL By Example (1)
XQuery/SPARQL Tutorial - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks SPARQL interface[edit] The emp-dept RDF can be queried using SPARQL via an XQuery front end to a store provided by Talis. This script supports SPARQL queries and browsing the RDF graph. The interface expands a query like that you can run here into XQuery/SPARQL Tutorial - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks
ESWC 2007 Tutorial: SPARQL - Where are we? Current state, theory and practice ESWC 2007 Tutorial: SPARQL - Where are we? Current state, theory and practice Marcelo Arenas Claudio Gutierrez Bijan Parsia Jorge Pérez
A crash course in SPARQL - Data-gov Wiki From Data-gov Wiki 1. Introduction SPARQL is a query language for the Semantic Web. A crash course in SPARQL - Data-gov Wiki
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