Ontospy version 1.9.8 has been just released and it contains tons of improvements and new features. Ontospy is a lightweight open-source Python library and command line tool for working with vocabularies encoded in the RDF family of languages.
Over the past month I've been working on a new version of Ontospy, which is now available for download on Pypi. It's been quite some time in the making, so pretty glad it's finally out now.
ontodocs. The main problem with this approach is that keeping the two projects in sync was becoming too time-consuming for me, so I've decided to merge them. NOTE one can still choose whether or not to include this extra library when installing.
rdf:type statements is taken to be a type) but this allows for example to quickly dereference a DBpedia URI and pull out all types/predicates being used.
/docs folder of the project.
shell command), the visualization library (new visualizations are available - albeit still in alpha state).
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