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Improve language (#66)
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* Improve language usage
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@@ -72,7 +72,7 @@ Steps to do to setup the Jenkins job:
* Branch source -> git

* Set the gitbox url -> `https://gitbox.apache.org/repos/asf/jena-site.git` and use
the jenkins (master pub key) credentials.
the jenkins (pub key) credentials.

* In the 'Scan Multibranch Pipeline Triggers' check the 'Periodically if not
otherwise run' checkbox and enter a sane value (e.g. 15 minutes). This is needed
@@ -59,7 +59,7 @@ server deployment files and directories.


The `system_files/` keeps a copy of any assemblers uploaded to
configure the server. The master copy is kept in the system database.
configure the server. The primary copy is kept in the system database.

# Resetting

@@ -156,7 +156,7 @@ the basic vocabulary, and RDFS is perfectly well suited to this.
Note also that we can both describe classes, in general terms, and we
can describe particular *instances* of those classes. So there may
be a particular individual Fred who is a Fish (i.e. has
`rdf:type Fish`), and who has two eyes. His companion Freda, a
`rdf:type Fish`), and who has two eyes. Their companion Freda, a
[Mexican Tetra](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mexican_tetra), or
blind cave fish, has no eyes. One use of an ontology is to allow us
to fill-in missing information about individuals. Thus, though it
@@ -95,8 +95,8 @@ For 2) WKT, DBPedia uses `geo:geometry`, while Linked Geo Data adopts `ogc:asWKT

**Important note** In order to read geo data in 2) WKT literal format, jena-spatial uses [JTS Topology Suite](http://tsusiatsoftware.net/jts/main.html),
which is under LGPL licence. jena-spatial **does not** make a hard dependency on JTS. In other words,
if an end user just uses the feature of 1), there's no need to depend on JTS (i.e. nothing needs to be done). If he wants 2),
he can make it by setting the `SpatialContextFactory` of
if an end user just uses the feature of 1), there's no need to depend on JTS (i.e. nothing needs to be done). If they want 2),
they can make it by setting the `SpatialContextFactory` of
[EntityDefinition](https://github.com/apache/jena/tree/main/jena-spatial/src/main/java/org/apache/jena/query/spatial/EntityDefinition.java)
to `JtsSpatialContextFactory`, which is an optional choice. In this way, the JTS libs should be in the classpath. Here's the sample code:

@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@ Note that many examples of using Jena tools typically use the Linux style invoca

### Common Issues with Running the Tools

If you receive errors stating that a class is not found then it is most likely that `JENA_HOME` is not set correctly. As a quick sanity check you can try the following to see if it is set appropriately:
If you receive errors stating that a class is not found then it is most likely that `JENA_HOME` is not set correctly. As a quick check you can try the following to see if it is set appropriately:

**On Linux / Mac**

@@ -45,6 +45,3 @@ The interaction between the different APIs:
![Jena architecture overview](/images/jena-architecture.png "Jena architecture overview")

<h2><img class="logo-menu" src="/images/jena-logo/jena-logo-notext-small.png" alt="jena logo">Other resources</h2>

Finally, Jena committer Paolo Castagna has listed some [example programs](https://github.com/castagna/jena-examples)
using Jena on his GitHub site.

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