Graph URIs in SPARQL: Using UUIDs as named views

I’ve been using the SPARQL query language to access a very ad-hoc collection of personal and social graph data, and thanks to Bengee’s ARC system this can sit inside my otherwise ordinary WordPress installation. At the moment, everything in there is public, but lately I’ve been discussing oauth with a few folk as a way […]

SPARQL results in spreadsheets

I made a little progress with SPARQL and spreadsheets. On Kingsley Idehen’s advice, revisited OpenOffice (NeoOffice on MacOSX) and used the HTML table import utility. It turns out that if I have an HTTP URL for a GET query to ARC‘s SPARQL endpoint, and I pass in the non-standard format=htmltab parameter, I get an HTML […]