Involved since 2005 in the Semantic Web, Antidot is a major player in this field. The related technologies, standardized by the W3C, are incorporated into our products, sometimes invisibly, so you benefit from their power. Linked Enterprise Data is the most obvious example.
Antidot is actively involved in the definition and implementation of these technologies, in partnership with other companies and research labs, under the leadership of the W3C.
We have made an implementation of the R2RML and DirectMapping standards that allow reading and transforming relational databases into RDF graphs directly, following the RDB2RDF approach proposed by the W3C .
This implementation, called db2triples, has been validated by the RDB2RDF working group and it has served as a bench test during the different phases of definition and validation of the RDB2RDF recommandations.
We have open sourced this implementation under the LGPL license.
Its source code is freely available on GitHub: https://github.com/antidot/db2triples/
For more information on db2triples, you can contact us using the following email address: email@example.com
You can also download and read the “rdb2rdf and db2triples” presentation document.
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