Mined Opinions For API: jena

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  • As I've said in another answer, [don't process RDF/XML as XML]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/a/17052385/1281433 )!. details
  • As I've said in another answer, [don't process RDF/XML as XML]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/a/17052385/1281433 )!. details
  • Thanks for your suggestion on RDF JSON as well.. details
  • An alternative using Jena and RDF/JSON I'd point out that Jena can serialize a model in RDF/JSON, and that might be an easier way for you to get JSON if that's what you need.. details
  • What I want is to extract each article and convert it to RDF/JSON (I know how to write a model) using Apache Jena, so I can have a separate document for each article, and later import them all to a index like CouchDB or Elasticsearch to perform searches.. details
  • Bear in mind that there are several ways to serialize RDF triples, RDF/Turtle is the most readable.. details
  • You might need to have a look at the Turtle spec document to understand how this gets build, it is kind of intuitive anyway.. details
  • Now the Jena RIOT readers/writers support also the RDF/JSON serialization; then you just need to do the following: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Hey i'm trying to make a web service and i'm using Jena distibution.. details
  • I think because there are two definitions of listStatements with 3 exact arguments each, one in Model and another in ModelCon.. details
  • listStatements(subj, null, null) - the use of null acts as a wildcard (the Javadoc tells you this) - URL_http://jena.apache.org/documentation/javadoc/jena/co m/hp/hpl/jena/rdf/model/Model.html#listStatements(com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.model.Re source,%20com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.model.Property,%20com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.model.RDFN ode).. details
  • I understand that RDF may be serialized differently, I was wrong writting about first level nodes.. details
  • I have problems using subf,null,null: The method listStatements(Resource, Property, RDFNode) is ambiguous for the type Model.. details
  • listStatements(subj, null, null) - the use of null acts as a wildcard (the Javadoc tells you this) - URL_http://jena.apache.org/documentation/javadoc/jena/co m/hp/hpl/jena/rdf/model/Model.html#listStatements(com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.model.Re source,%20com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.model.Property,%20com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.model.RDFN ode).. details
  • I have problems using subf,null,null: The method listStatements(Resource, Property, RDFNode) is ambiguous for the type Model.. details
  • I wonderered if CODETERM1 might do the trick, but couldn't discover a way to create a CODETERM2 instance.. details
  • How can I extract each article in the model (Jena)?The dirty way that I was thinking is to process the file as XML and extract each CODETERM2 element.. details
  • You can use any of the libraries listed URL_http://json.org/java/ [here] to parse your JSON document and URL_http://jena.sourceforge.net/tutorial/RDF_API/ [Jena] to create the RDF triples.. details
  • I want to get my data to a JSON file saved in my hard disk.. details
Summaries the opinions about jena using topic modeling.
  • 0. rdf turtle model serialize article spec bear kind understand triple: 8
    • Thanks for your suggestion on RDF JSON as well.. details
    • As I've said in another answer, [don't process RDF/XML as XML]( )!. details
    • An alternative using Jena and RDF/JSON I'd point out that Jena can serialize a model in RDF/JSON, and that might be an easier way for you to get JSON if that's what you need.. details
    • What I want is to extract each article and convert it to RDF/JSON (I know how to write a model) using Apache Jena, so I can have a separate document for each article, and later import them all to a index like CouchDB or Elasticsearch to perform searches.. details
    • Bear in mind that there are several ways to serialize RDF triples, RDF/Turtle is the most readable.. details
    • You might need to have a look at the Turtle spec document to understand how this gets build, it is kind of intuitive anyway.. details
    • Now the Jena RIOT readers/writers support also the RDF/JSON serialization; then you just need to do the following: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Hey i'm trying to make a web service and i'm using Jena distibution.. details
  • 0. model rdf null liststatements hpl property create extract 20com save: 8
    • I understand that RDF may be serialized differently, I was wrong writting about first level nodes.. details
    • I think because there are two definitions of listStatements with 3 exact arguments each, one in Model and another in ModelCon.. details
    • I have problems using subf,null,null: The method listStatements(Resource, Property, RDFNode) is ambiguous for the type Model.. details
    • listStatements(subj, null, null) - the use of null acts as a wildcard (the Javadoc tells you this) - m/hp/hpl/jena/rdf/model/Model.html#listStatements(com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.model.Re source,%20com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.model.Property,%20com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.model.RDFN ode).. details
    • I wonderered if /jsonoutput.ttl might do the trick, but couldn't discover a way to create a Property instance.. details
    • How can I extract each article in the model (Jena)?The dirty way that I was thinking is to process the file as XML and extract each SELECT element.. details
    • You can use any of the libraries listed here to parse your JSON document and Jena to create the RDF triples.. details
    • I want to get my data to a JSON file saved in my hard disk.. details
Summaries of the opinions about jena using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • An alternative using Jena and RDF JSON I'd point out that Jena can serialize a model in RDF JSON, and that might be an easier way for you to get JSON if that's what you need .
  • Thanks for your suggestion on RDF JSON as well .
  • What I want is to extract each article and convert it to RDF JSON (I know how to write a model) using Apache Jena, so I can have a separate document for each article, and later import them all to a index like CouchDB or Elasticsearch to perform searches .
  • As I've said in another answer, don't process RDF XML as XML]( )!.
  • Now the Jena RIOT readers writers support also the RDF JSON serialization; then you just need to do the following: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • Hey i'm trying to make a web service and i'm using Jena distibution .
  • You might need to have a look at the Turtle spec document to understand how this gets build, it is kind of intuitive anyway .
  • Bear in mind that there are several ways to serialize RDF triples, RDF Turtle is the most readable .
  • An alternative using Jena and RDF JSON I'd point out that Jena can serialize a model in RDF JSON, and that might be an easier way for you to get JSON if that's what you need .
  • Thanks for your suggestion on RDF JSON as well .
  • What I want is to extract each article and convert it to RDF JSON (I know how to write a model) using Apache Jena, so I can have a separate document for each article, and later import them all to a index like CouchDB or Elasticsearch to perform searches .
  • As I've said in another answer, don't process RDF XML as XML]( )!.
  • Now the Jena RIOT readers writers support also the RDF JSON serialization; then you just need to do the following: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • Hey i'm trying to make a web service and i'm using Jena distibution .
  • You might need to have a look at the Turtle spec document to understand how this gets build, it is kind of intuitive anyway .
  • Bear in mind that there are several ways to serialize RDF triples, RDF Turtle is the most readable .
  • An alternative using Jena and RDF JSON I'd point out that Jena can serialize a model in RDF JSON, and that might be an easier way for you to get JSON if that's what you need .
  • Thanks for your suggestion on RDF JSON as well .
  • What I want is to extract each article and convert it to RDF JSON (I know how to write a model) using Apache Jena, so I can have a separate document for each article, and later import them all to a index like CouchDB or Elasticsearch to perform searches .
  • As I've said in another answer, don't process RDF XML as XML]( )!.
  • Now the Jena RIOT readers writers support also the RDF JSON serialization; then you just need to do the following: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • Hey i'm trying to make a web service and i'm using Jena distibution .
  • You might need to have a look at the Turtle spec document to understand how this gets build, it is kind of intuitive anyway .
  • Bear in mind that there are several ways to serialize RDF triples, RDF Turtle is the most readable .
  • I wonderered if /jsonoutput.ttl might do the trick, but couldn't discover a way to create a Property instance .
  • How can I extract each article in the model (Jena)?The dirty way that I was thinking is to process the file as XML and extract each SELECT element .
  • I understand that RDF may be serialized differently, I was wrong writting about first level nodes .
  • listStatements(subj, null, null) the use of null acts as a wildcard (the Javadoc tells you this) m hp hpl jena rdf model Model html#listStatements(com hp hpl jena rdf model Re source,%20com hp hpl jena rdf model Property,%20com hp hpl jena rdf model RDFN ode) .
  • I have problems using subf,null,null: The method listStatements(Resource, Property, RDFNode) is ambiguous for the type Model .
  • I think because there are two definitions of listStatements with 3 exact arguments each, one in Model and another in ModelCon .
  • I want to get my data to a JSON file saved in my hard disk .
  • You can use any of the libraries listed here to parse your JSON document and Jena to create the RDF triples .
  • I wonderered if /jsonoutput.ttl might do the trick, but couldn't discover a way to create a Property instance .
  • How can I extract each article in the model (Jena)?The dirty way that I was thinking is to process the file as XML and extract each SELECT element .
  • I understand that RDF may be serialized differently, I was wrong writting about first level nodes .
  • listStatements(subj, null, null) the use of null acts as a wildcard (the Javadoc tells you this) m hp hpl jena rdf model Model html#listStatements(com hp hpl jena rdf model Re source,%20com hp hpl jena rdf model Property,%20com hp hpl jena rdf model RDFN ode) .
  • I have problems using subf,null,null: The method listStatements(Resource, Property, RDFNode) is ambiguous for the type Model .
  • I think because there are two definitions of listStatements with 3 exact arguments each, one in Model and another in ModelCon .
  • I want to get my data to a JSON file saved in my hard disk .
  • You can use any of the libraries listed here to parse your JSON document and Jena to create the RDF triples .
  • I wonderered if /jsonoutput.ttl might do the trick, but couldn't discover a way to create a Property instance .
  • How can I extract each article in the model (Jena)?The dirty way that I was thinking is to process the file as XML and extract each SELECT element .
  • I understand that RDF may be serialized differently, I was wrong writting about first level nodes .
  • listStatements(subj, null, null) the use of null acts as a wildcard (the Javadoc tells you this) m hp hpl jena rdf model Model html#listStatements(com hp hpl jena rdf model Re source,%20com hp hpl jena rdf model Property,%20com hp hpl jena rdf model RDFN ode) .
  • I have problems using subf,null,null: The method listStatements(Resource, Property, RDFNode) is ambiguous for the type Model .
  • I think because there are two definitions of listStatements with 3 exact arguments each, one in Model and another in ModelCon .
  • I want to get my data to a JSON file saved in my hard disk .
  • You can use any of the libraries listed here to parse your JSON document and Jena to create the RDF triples .
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Onlysentiment:
  • Thanks for your suggestion on RDF JSON as well.
  • I understand that RDF may be serialized differently, I was wrong writting about first level nodes.
Documentation:
  • As I've said in another answer, [don't process RDF/XML as XML]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/a/17052385/1281433 )!
  • listStatements(subj, null, null) - the use of null acts as a wildcard (the Javadoc tells you this) - URL_http://jena.apache.org/documentation/javadoc/jena/co m/hp/hpl/jena/rdf/model/Model.html#listStatements(com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.model.Re source,%20com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.model.Property,%20com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.model.RDFN ode).
Bug:
  • N/A
  • I have problems using subf,null,null: The method listStatements(Resource, Property, RDFNode) is ambiguous for the type Model.
Usability:
  • As I've said in another answer, [don't process RDF/XML as XML]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/a/17052385/1281433 )!
  • I think because there are two definitions of listStatements with 3 exact arguments each, one in Model and another in ModelCon.
  • Onlysentiment: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Thanks for your suggestion on RDF JSON as well.. details
  • Documentation: 1
    1. general: 1
      • As I've said in another answer, [don't process RDF/XML as XML]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/a/17052385/1281433 )!. details
  • Usability: 7
    1. general: 7
      • As I've said in another answer, [don't process RDF/XML as XML]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/a/17052385/1281433 )!. details
      • An alternative using Jena and RDF/JSON I'd point out that Jena can serialize a model in RDF/JSON, and that might be an easier way for you to get JSON if that's what you need.. details
      • What I want is to extract each article and convert it to RDF/JSON (I know how to write a model) using Apache Jena, so I can have a separate document for each article, and later import them all to a index like CouchDB or Elasticsearch to perform searches.. details
      • Bear in mind that there are several ways to serialize RDF triples, RDF/Turtle is the most readable.. details
      • You might need to have a look at the Turtle spec document to understand how this gets build, it is kind of intuitive anyway.. details
      • Now the Jena RIOT readers/writers support also the RDF/JSON serialization; then you just need to do the following: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • Hey i'm trying to make a web service and i'm using Jena distibution.. details
  • Onlysentiment: 1
    1. general: 1
      • I understand that RDF may be serialized differently, I was wrong writting about first level nodes.. details
  • Documentation: 1
    1. general: 1
      • listStatements(subj, null, null) - the use of null acts as a wildcard (the Javadoc tells you this) - URL_http://jena.apache.org/documentation/javadoc/jena/co m/hp/hpl/jena/rdf/model/Model.html#listStatements(com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.model.Re source,%20com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.model.Property,%20com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.model.RDFN ode).. details
  • Bug: 1
    1. general: 1
      • I have problems using subf,null,null: The method listStatements(Resource, Property, RDFNode) is ambiguous for the type Model.. details
  • Usability: 7
    1. general: 7
      • I think because there are two definitions of listStatements with 3 exact arguments each, one in Model and another in ModelCon.. details
      • listStatements(subj, null, null) - the use of null acts as a wildcard (the Javadoc tells you this) - URL_http://jena.apache.org/documentation/javadoc/jena/co m/hp/hpl/jena/rdf/model/Model.html#listStatements(com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.model.Re source,%20com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.model.Property,%20com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.model.RDFN ode).. details
      • I have problems using subf,null,null: The method listStatements(Resource, Property, RDFNode) is ambiguous for the type Model.. details
      • I wonderered if CODETERM1 might do the trick, but couldn't discover a way to create a CODETERM2 instance.. details
      • How can I extract each article in the model (Jena)?The dirty way that I was thinking is to process the file as XML and extract each CODETERM2 element.. details
      • You can use any of the libraries listed URL_http://json.org/java/ [here] to parse your JSON document and URL_http://jena.sourceforge.net/tutorial/RDF_API/ [Jena] to create the RDF triples.. details
      • I want to get my data to a JSON file saved in my hard disk.. details