A simple online RDF Turtle editor that allows you to render an RDF graph visually, restrict to sub-graphs via SPARQL and to export the visualisation as SVG. If you fancy, you can watch a 5min screen cast that introduces Turtled and shows how to use it.
Dependencies and Installation
Turtled depends on the following JS libraries and data source (in addition to jQuery), all included in the repo:
In order to deploy it, simply copy all files into a directory. An example deployment is available at turtled.net.
- make gravity, springLength and coeff customizable
- ltr layout (subject - key/value)
- add arrows to arcs (via path element)
Released on 2012-07-31.
Initial released on 2012-07-27.
License and Acknowledgements
The software provided here is in the public domain. Kudos go out to Richard Cyganiak who had the original idea (as well as maintains prefix.cc) and to all the wonderful people who spent their time making jQuery, rdfstore-js and VivaGraph.JS so useable, useful and awesome - especially a shout out to Antonio Garrote who provided excellent first-level support for his library.