less FUTitle: Reading and Writing RDF in Apache Jena
This page details the setup of RDF I/O technology (RIOT).
The following RDF formats are supported by Jena. In addition, other syntaxes can be integrated into both the parser and writer registries.
RDF/JSON is not JSON-LD - it is a direct encoding of RDF triples in JSON. See the description of RDF/JSON.
There are scripts in Jena download to run these commands.
riot- parse, guessing the syntax from the file extension. Assumed N-Quads/N-Triples from stdin.
rdfxml- parse a particular language
These can be called directly as Java programs:
The file extensions understood are:
.n3 is supported but only as a synonym for Turtle.
In addition, if the extension is
.gz the file is assumed to be gzip
compressed. The file name is examined for an inner extension. For
.nt.gz is gzip compressed N-Triples.
These scripts call java programs in the
riotcmd package. For example:
java -cp ... riotcmd.riot file.ttl
The scripts all accept the same arguments (type
"riot --help" to
get command line reminders):
--validate: Checking mode: same as
--strict --sink --check=true
--check=true/false: Run with checking of literals and IRIs either on or off.
--sink: No output of triples or quads.
--time: Output timing information.
To aid in checking for errors in UTF8-encoded files, there is a utility which reads a file of bytes as UTF8 and checks the encoding.
utf8-- read bytes as UTF8
RIOT support creation of inferred triples during the parsing process:
riotcmd.infer --rdfs VOCAB FILE FILE ...
Output will contain the base data and triples inferred based on RDF subclass, subproperty, domain and range declarations.