Semiodesk.Trinity 1.0.0-rc007

Enterprise ready object mapper for developing RDF knowledge graph applications with .NET

This is a prerelease version of Semiodesk.Trinity.
Install-Package Semiodesk.Trinity -Version 1.0.0-rc007
dotnet add package Semiodesk.Trinity --version 1.0.0-rc007
<PackageReference Include="Semiodesk.Trinity" Version="1.0.0-rc007" />
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paket add Semiodesk.Trinity --version 1.0.0-rc007
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Overview

Trinity RDF is an application development platform for Microsoft .NET and Mono. It allows to
easily build knowledge graph applications based on the RDF Metadata Standard
issued by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

Benefits

Because Trinity RDF is based on open standard technology your data will be vendor-independent
and easily exchangable in many years to come. Compared to many propriety graph databases, it
has some considerable advantages:

  • Standardized Graph Data Model

    The World Wide Web Consortium is an independent organization which standardizes internet technology
    such as HTML, CSS, SVG and many more. RDF technology has been continously developed and supported
    since 2001 and will be receiving support in the long term future. This means your data will be
    accessible and exchangable in decades.

  • SPARQL Query Language

    Trinity RDF builds on the standardized SPARQL
    query language for graph databases. It is by design very similar to SQL and therefore very easy to learn.
    In contrast to the query languages of many property graph databases such as Neo4J,
    SPARQL is vendor independent and supported by a variety of database systems.

  • Ontologies

    In RDF, ontologies provide powerful and flexible means for describing data structures such as classes,
    properties and primitive data types. Because ontologies are also stored in RDF, they are independent of
    the data they describe and can be updated during application runtime.

  • Logical Inferencing

    When compared to traditional data modelling frameworks such as UML, ontologies allow you to define
    inheritance relationships not only for classes but also for properties. Thea also offer more advanced
    features modelling features such as stating the equality of objects and transitivity of properties. Many
    RDF databases can make use of logical reasoning during application runtime to answer queries about
    facts which have not been explicitly saved. This is very powerful in data integration and business
    intelligence scenarios.

License

The Trinity RDF library and tools are all released under the terms of the MIT license. This means you
can use it for all kinds of projects, including commercial ones. The source code, documentation and
issue tracking can be found at our Github project page.

Technical Support

If you encounter problems with Trinity RDF you can use our issue tracking system.
If you are interested in priority support or need some technical expertise, you can contact Semiodesk.

Please ask questions at Stackoverflow using the tag 'trinity-rdf'.

Community & Contributing

We'd like to encourage anyone who is interested in using or contributing to Trinity RDF to join our
public mailing list for discussing anything related to this project. If you want to contribute
source code, please make sure that you have all the rights for publication under a MIT license and
create a pull request at our Github project site.

Overview

Trinity RDF is an application development platform for Microsoft .NET and Mono. It allows to
easily build knowledge graph applications based on the RDF Metadata Standard
issued by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

Benefits

Because Trinity RDF is based on open standard technology your data will be vendor-independent
and easily exchangable in many years to come. Compared to many propriety graph databases, it
has some considerable advantages:

  • Standardized Graph Data Model

    The World Wide Web Consortium is an independent organization which standardizes internet technology
    such as HTML, CSS, SVG and many more. RDF technology has been continously developed and supported
    since 2001 and will be receiving support in the long term future. This means your data will be
    accessible and exchangable in decades.

  • SPARQL Query Language

    Trinity RDF builds on the standardized SPARQL
    query language for graph databases. It is by design very similar to SQL and therefore very easy to learn.
    In contrast to the query languages of many property graph databases such as Neo4J,
    SPARQL is vendor independent and supported by a variety of database systems.

  • Ontologies

    In RDF, ontologies provide powerful and flexible means for describing data structures such as classes,
    properties and primitive data types. Because ontologies are also stored in RDF, they are independent of
    the data they describe and can be updated during application runtime.

  • Logical Inferencing

    When compared to traditional data modelling frameworks such as UML, ontologies allow you to define
    inheritance relationships not only for classes but also for properties. Thea also offer more advanced
    features modelling features such as stating the equality of objects and transitivity of properties. Many
    RDF databases can make use of logical reasoning during application runtime to answer queries about
    facts which have not been explicitly saved. This is very powerful in data integration and business
    intelligence scenarios.

License

The Trinity RDF library and tools are all released under the terms of the MIT license. This means you
can use it for all kinds of projects, including commercial ones. The source code, documentation and
issue tracking can be found at our Github project page.

Technical Support

If you encounter problems with Trinity RDF you can use our issue tracking system.
If you are interested in priority support or need some technical expertise, you can contact Semiodesk.

Please ask questions at Stackoverflow using the tag 'trinity-rdf'.

Community & Contributing

We'd like to encourage anyone who is interested in using or contributing to Trinity RDF to join our
public mailing list for discussing anything related to this project. If you want to contribute
source code, please make sure that you have all the rights for publication under a MIT license and
create a pull request at our Github project site.

This package is not used by any popular GitHub repositories.

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
1.0.0-rc007 54 8/7/2019
1.0.0-rc006 233 8/29/2018
1.0.0-rc005 554 6/22/2018
1.0.0-rc004 324 6/11/2018
1.0.0-rc003 250 6/6/2018
1.0.0-rc002 230 6/5/2018
1.0.0-rc001 156 6/4/2018