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Semantic Web and RDF library for Python

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Quick Start

>>> from pymantic.rdf import *
>>> from pymantic.parsers import turtle_parser
>>> import requests
>>> Resource.prefixes['foaf'] = Prefix('http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/')
>>> graph = turtle_parser.parse(requests.get('https://raw.github.com/norcalrdf/pymantic/master/examples/foaf-bond.ttl').text)
>>> bond_james = Resource(graph, 'http://example.org/stuff/Bond')
>>> print("%s knows:" % (bond_james.get_scalar('foaf:name'),))
>>> for person in bond_james['foaf:knows']:
        print(person.get_scalar('foaf:name'))

Requirements

pymantic requires Python 3.6 or higher. lark is used for the Turtle and NTriples parser. The requests library is used for HTTP requests and the SPARQL client. lxml and rdflib are required by the SPARQL client as well.

Install

$ pip install pymantic

This will install pymantic and all its dependencies.

Documentation

Generating a local copy of the documentation requires Sphinx:

$ pip install Sphinx

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