For those using these big triplestores, how are you putting data in? I'm
looking for a triplestore which supports SPARQL update. Any comments
anyone can add on this interface will be useful.
On May 29, 2012 4:12 PM, "Ravi Shankar" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Thanks, Stefano. The Europeana report seems to be quite comprehensive. It
> is funny that I've searched earlier for triple store comparisons with more
> explicit parameters 'rdf triple store comparison', and the Europeana report
> appeared in the third page of the search results. The 'triple' in the
> search seems to be the culprit -- a clear need for more semantics in the
> search engine ;)
> On May 29, 2012, at 1:01 AM, Stefano Bargioni wrote:
> > Maybe a G search can help to find comparisons:
> > The result includes your post... added 8 minutes ago.
> > Stefano
> > On 29/mag/2012, at 09.12, Ravi Shankar wrote:
> >> We (DLSS at Stanford Libraries) are planning to use a triple store for
> storing and retrieving annotations (in RDF) on digital objects. We are
> currently looking at open-source triple stores such as 4store, Virtuoso,
> Jena SDB and Mulgara. Are you currently using a triple store or
> contemplating on using one? How would you evaluate 'your' triple store
> along the lines of 1) ease of setup, 2) scalability, 3) query performance,
> 3) bulk load performance, 4) access api, 5) documentation and 6) community
> >> Highly appreciate your thoughts, ideas and suggestions.
> >> Thanks,
> >> Ravi Shankar
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