Exploring RDF loaded into ClioPatria
ClioPatria offers browsing capabilities over the loaded RDF. These facilities are intended primarily for the developer, but may also be suitable for backoffice applications. The browser has two entry points:
- The top-right box provides autocompletion search for literals that start with the string you type. If a string is selected, it shows a table with all subject-predicate (S-P) pairs that have this literal as object. From there, one may browse to the desired resources.
- The Places/Graphs menu provides an overview of all available named graphs. Clicking a graph shows statistics on the predicates, subjects and classes available from that graph. Notably the predicate table may provide useful insight in your data. The graph-info also allows downloading the graph.
Selecting an individual resource shows the Local View if the resource, together with the Context Graph. The local view shows the properties and their values. The context graph identifies object-relations that place the object in its (hierarchical) context.
Literals that are underlined appear multiple times in the graph. Hovering shows the number of times the literal appears and clicking shows all S-P pairs that share the same literal.