dotNetRDF VS Jena.NEt VS otros con Dotnet?

what is the most common tool used for Reading & Writing RDF and Querying with Sparql with different end points . so far i've found

  • Jena ( : it's developed for Java but some people managed to convert it to Assemblies
  • DotnetRDF

i wonder if there are others and which one is best to use what the the pros and cons ?

preguntado el 01 de febrero de 12 a las 03:02

5 Respuestas

Both of the above are good. Other ones include:

Sésamo - Java covering RDF, SPARQL, OWL. Actively developed

Redland, Raptor Rasqal - C & Ruby, covers everything, actively developed

ARC2 - PHP, RDF, SPARQL, no longer activel developed

You've also got a lot of supporting frameworks for things like ORDFM that build off the above namely:






Respondido 01 Feb 12, 16:02

the best answer i've found in Answers.semantiweb

Give a try to dotNetRDF.

I have been used it in one of my projects and I am satisfied with it.

It is SPARQL-capable, supports both local and remote queries and, the most important, it is actively maintained

i've started using dotnetRDF the creator also have left a good documentation on the website

y un buenos tutoriales así como

Respondido 28 Oct 17, 18:10

If you're looking for .Net specifically, there is also dotSesame, which is an IKVM-port of the (Java-based) Sésamo marco de referencia.

Respondido 02 Feb 12, 00:02

dotnetRdf Provides a suite of command line and GUI tools for working with RDF and SPARQL, you can find links to their documentation.Visit the link below...

respondido 16 mar '15, 08:03

Maybe you can try RDFSharp at Microsoft Codeplex (

Respondido el 13 de Septiembre de 13 a las 18:09

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