[okfn-dev] python library for virtuoso

Rufus Pollock rufus.pollock at okfn.org
Thu Jun 16 14:18:22 UTC 2011

For python library <http://packages.python.org/virtuoso/>

Rather than nosql I think it would be worth exploring 'flat-file' RDF
on disk + an index (e.g. solr).


On 16 June 2011 15:08, brasoveanu adrian <adrian.brasoveanu at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Rufus,
> Thanks for the ideas from this morning. I am the guy working at US
> Election Monitor 2012.
> Gathering data from different sources like NYTimes, DBPedia, Freebase,
> etc it's easy now, and also querying Virtuoso through the SPARQL
> endpoint.
> I had problems with storing data into Virtuoso. I couldn't find a
> library that can access Virtuoso in an easy way (user, password, etc).
> Most of them crashed when storing :(
> Can you send me the link to your python virtuoso library?
> I will also try Mongo or some NoSQL solution over the next days so
> that we can decide which one is easier.
> Best regards,
> Adrian Brasoveanu

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