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RDF Graph Databases Comparison Matrix: The Case of the Missing Context!


RDF Graph Databases, also known as Triplestores, are a subset of Graph Databases where you can represent data in triples. A simple triple consists of a subject, a predicate and an object aka subject-predicate-object. If we add context or graph information to a triple, we end up having the following structure: graph-subject-predicate-object.

The graph is what makes an RDF Graph Database different from any other graph databases. But what happens if there is no graph? Download this RDF Graph Databases Comparison Matrix to see how different Graph Databases (RDF4J, Stardog, GraphDB, Virtuoso, AllegroGraph, MarkLogic, Apache JENA TDB, Oracle Spatial and Graph) deal with the so-called “default graph.”

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