GNARQL creates an aggregation of structured web data focused on a user's audio collection. It exposes this aggregation through a SPARQL enpoint.
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README.md

GNARQL Audio Collection Aggregator

About

GNARQL creates an aggregation of structured web data focused on a user's audio collection. It exposes this aggregation through a SPARQL enpoint. See also Yves Raimond's PhD thesis "A Distributed Music Information System" for a description of this tool.

Install

Run

  • Launch start.pl (modify the header of the script if your prolog install is elsewhere than in /usr/local)
  • That's it!

Use

Now, here are the things that you can do. GNARQL exposes a set of URI, that can be used to drive it.

First, you'll need to load a GNAT'ed audio collection (GNAT is a tool that drops some little RDF files throughout your music collection, linking its items towards corresponding identifiers out there on the Web, you can download it at http://sourceforge.net/projects/motools/).

Now we ingested some raw information about our audio collection, let's aggregate some data about it!

Additional Notes

At any time, you can query the GNARQL instance through the SPARQL end-point at:

There is also a Web interface available at:

PS

The old project repository location at SourceForge is now deprecated. All new developments will be pushed to this repository location here at GitHub.