TriX (syntax)

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TriX
Internet media type XML
Type of format semantic web
Container for RDF data
Extended to TriX
Standard Specification

TriX (Triples in XML) is a serialization format for RDF (Resource Description Framework) graphs. It is an XML format for serializing Named Graphs and RDF Datasets which offers a compact and readable alternative to the XML-based RDF/XML syntax.

Example[edit]

<TriX>
<graph>
<triple>
<uri>http://example.org/Bob</uri>
<uri>http://example.org/wife</uri>
<uri>http://example.org/Mary</uri>
</triple>
<triple>
<uri>http://example.org/Bob</uri>
<uri>http://example.org/name</uri>
<plainLiteral>Bob</plainLiteral>
</triple>
<triple>
<uri>http://example.org/Mary</uri>
<uri>http://example.org/age</uri>
<typedLiteral datatype="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#integer">32</typedLiteral>
</triple>
</graph>
</TriX>

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