I've used Fuseki a lot and really like it, although configuration for
things like LARQ (full text indexing) historically has been a little
underdocumented (and it can be a little difficult to understand what
component is in charge of what task).
4-Store is super simple to get up and running with, as well, but I haven't
used it in production for anything.
On Mon, Nov 11, 2013 at 8:52 AM, Stefano Bargioni <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> My +1 for Joseki.
> On 11/nov/2013, at 06.12, Eric Lease Morgan wrote:
> > What is your favorite RDF triplestore?
> > I am able to convert numerous library-related metadata formats into
> RDF/XML. In a minimal way, I can then contribute to the Semantic Web by
> simply putting the resulting files on an HTTP file system. But if I were to
> import my RDF/XML into a triplestore, then I could do a lot more. Jena
> seems like a good option. So does Openlink Virtuoso.
> > What experience do y'all have with these tools, and do you know how to
> import RDF/XML into them?
> > --
> > Eric Lease Morgan