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The DBpedia data set can be accessed online via a SPARQL query endpoint and as Linked Data. 1. Querying DBpedia The DBpedia data set enables quite astonishing query answering possibilities against Wikipedia data. 1.1. Public SPARQL Endpoint There is a public SPARQL endpoint over the DBpedia data set at The endpoint is provided using OpenLink Virtuoso as the back-end database engine. There is a list of all DBpedia data sets that are currently loaded into the SPARQL endpoint. You can ask queries against DBpedia using: the Leipzig query builder at the OpenLink Interactive SPARQL Query Builder (iSPARQL) at the SNORQL query explorer at (does not work with Internet Explorer); or any other SPARQL-aware client(s). Fair Use Policy: Please read this post for information about restrictions on the public DBpedia endpoint. 1.2. There is a public Faceted Browser “search and find” user interface at and a corresponding faceted web service over the DBpedia data set at Usage details can be found in the 1.3.

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