Each package works with both Node.js and the browser (with the help of a bundler such as Browserify or Webpack).
npm install --save graphy
$ graphycommand-line interface. Includes CLI examples.
graphystacks up against other libraries.
graph -> subject -> predicate -> object, including nested blank nodes and RDF collections.
@graphyorg. Each package is namespaced according to its category, sub-category, and function. They are enumerated here for clarity:
graphy/: core.: data.: factory: '@graphy/core.data.factory' memory.: dataset.: fast: '@graphy/memory.dataset.fast' content.: nt.: read: '@graphy/content.nt.read' scan: '@graphy/content.nt.scan' scribe: '@graphy/content.nt.scribe' write: '@graphy/content.nt.write' nq.: read: '@graphy/content.nq.read' scan: '@graphy/content.nq.scan' scribe: '@graphy/content.nq.scribe' write: '@graphy/content.nq.write' ttl.: read: '@graphy/content.ttl.read' scribe: '@graphy/content.ttl.scribe' write: '@graphy/content.ttl.write' trig.: read: '@graphy/content.trig.read' scribe: '@graphy/content.trig.scribe' write: '@graphy/content.trig.write' xml.: scribe: '@graphy/content.xml.scribe'
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