Generate RDF from Excel spreadsheets.

# Python excel2rdf

Generate RDF from Excel spreadsheets.

## Installation

pip3 install excel2rdf


## Usage

\$ excel2rdf --help
Usage: excel2rdf [OPTIONS] INPUT_FILENAME OUTPUT_FILENAME

Options:
-f TEXT  RDF format
--help   Show this message and exit.

excel2rdf input.xlsx output.ttl


## Excel Formatting

The first sheet in the Excel document (Sheet1) can be named anything. It is used as the data table.

The first column of the header must be named uri. The value of the cells in the column uri will be the fully qualified URI of a resource for the given row. If left blank, excel2rdf will generate a random URI.

The other columns of the header denote the predicate of the triple statement in curie format. The cell values can be either a curie or any literal value.

#### Example Data Sheet

uri rdf:type schema:name
schema:Person John Smith
https://w3id.org/tern/resources/dada3918-f119-457b-a2e8-d10032ba44de schema:Person Jane Smith@en

Yes, you can also use language tags on your string literal values.

### Prefix Declaration

A sheet named prefixes must exist. This sheet contains the prefix declarations. The first cell in the row must begin with a #. The second cell must be the prefix value and the third cell must be the fully qualified base URI of the prefix.

A single base URI is declared with the first cell containing ## and the second cell containing the base URI.

### Full Excel Spreadsheet Example

See examples/manufacturers.xlsx for a full example.

## Caveats

• The . character cannot be used in the headings of each column.

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