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SPARQL Extension Function Survey Summary ? Lost Boy This post contains the first set of results from my SPARQL extension survey. I’ve completed an initial survey of a number of different SPARQL processors to itemise the extension functions that each of them have implemented. This will be an ongoing activity as implementations evolve continually, but I thought it would be useful to summarise my findings so far. If you want to look at the results for yourselves, then I’ve created a publically accessible Google Spreadsheet that lists all of the results. The first tab of the spreadsheet includes the list SPARQL endpoints/processors that I’ve surveyed. SPARQL Extension Function Survey Summary ? Lost Boy
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