RDFLib is a Python library for working with RDF, a simple yet powerful language for representing information.
RDFa 1.1 distiller/parser library: can extract RDFa 1.1 (and RDFa 1.0, if properly set via a @version attribute) from (X)HTML, SVG, or XML in general. The module can be used to produce serialized versions of the extracted graph, or simply an RDFLib Graph.
Chimezie Ogbuji's FuXi reasoner. NON-FUNCTIONING, RETAINED FOR ARCHIVAL PURPOSES. For working code plus version and associated support requirements see:
Evolutionary Graph Pattern Learner that learns SPARQL queries for a given set of source-target-pairs from an endpoint.
This a module to extract RDF from an HTML5 page annotated with microdata. The module implements the algorithm defined and published by the W3C Semantic Web Interest Group task force, in March 2012. The module can be used to produce serialized versions of the extracted graph, or simply an RDFLib Graph Object.
(discontinued) RDFExtras is a collection of packages providing extras based on RDFLib - PINNED TO RDFLIB 3
A simple implementation of the OWL2 RL Profile on top of RDFLib: it expands the graph with all possible triples that OWL RL defines. It can be used together with RDFLib to expand an RDFLib Graph object, or as a stand alone service with its own serialization
Ivan Herman's Python RDFa 1.1 parser, py3 compatibility work (follow URL immediately below for CI build status)
Two Flask web-apps for quickly setting up a SPARQL Endpoint or a LOD app for RDFLib
(discontinued) An RDFLib store around Ivan Herman et al.'s SPARQL service wrapper, with namespace bindings