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Sep 7, 2005 2:09:39 PM

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how to create rdf files?

Two questions :
1. how to create rdf/xml files?
2. Can machines create rdf/xml files automatically?
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Sep 26, 2005 9:55:39 AM

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Re: how to create rdf files?

Just discovered that your questions haven't been answered yet. Well, better late than never, so here goes:
 
Two questions :
1. how to create rdf/xml files?

Use appropriate tooling such as Sesame to build up an RDF model and let the tooling serialize the model to an RDF/XML file. Alternatively, you can create RDF/XML files in a streaming fashion by supplying RDF triples to an RDF/XML writer, such as the one that is included in Sesame's Rio package.
 

2. Can machines create rdf/xml files automatically?

I don't quite understand this question. Using machines/computers to generate RDF/XML seems like the only way to do it. Writing down a piece of RDF/XML data on paper by hand seems pretty pointless to me confused
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