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RDFConvert Cracked Version converts RDF to other RDF syntax, using alternative parsers such as Java code, and also to other formats such as JSON-LD or CSV.

It can use Gephi as default visualization software to create RDF graphs from converted RDF data.
It has some options to improve the conversion process, like the ability to process multiple input and output files at once.

RDFConvert License

The source code is available under the MIT license. The copyright notice from the command line tool is
Copyright(c) 2009 – 2018
Keiron Fraser. All rights reserved.

It may be used as part of a Java library.

Expert System Architecture & Design Documentation:

RDFConvert is part of the Free Expert System Architecture and Design series on the Packt Publishing website:



RDFConvert can be installed from the command line as follows:

NOTE: On Ubuntu 16.04 you may have to change the Java version used for building RDFConvert. See this Stack Overflow answer.


java -jar rdfconvert-1.7.jar

Testing Input Data

To test whether RDFConvert can decode and encode files with different syntax, use the command line tool and specify input files in the command line:


rdfconvert input1.rdf input2.rdf output.rdf

To automatically test all RDF syntax, use the following command line:


rdfconvert -R input1.rdf -R input2.rdf -R output.rdf

Using the different input formats

The RDFConvert Command Line Tool has an input and output reader for the


Short description: RDFConvert is a command-line tool to convert RDF documents from/to different syntaxes.
More about RDFConvert

More information and downloads:


License: GPLv2

Licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPLv2).
If you find this program useful or satisfying, feel free to contribute
to the project’s repository in GitHub.

RDFConvert GitHub repository:


It’s fully functional command-line application that can convert RDF files from/to different syntaxes with minimal GUI requirements.
It’s simply shippable as a JAR file including related RDF resources such as the converter, the RDFa and RDF vocabularies.
It supports simple versioning using git.

Sample conversion:

Example 1: From RDF/XML to Trig

1) To convert an RDF/XML file or directory to Trig:

$ rdfconvert –input rdfFile.xml –output trix –vtxtlayout trig

Trig file: trixFile.turtle
RDF/XML file: rdfFile.xml

It’s highly recommended to compile the converter and the parser with the same JVM version.

Example 2: From Trix to N3

1) To convert an N3 Trix file or directory to N3:

$ rdfconvert –input trixFile.turtle –output n3 –vtxtlayout n3

N3 file: n3File.n3
Trix file: trixFile.turtle

It’s highly recommended to compile the converter and the parser with the same JVM version.

The N3 converter does not take options yet, i.e. no switch to specify a custom Triple Pattern.
You can use the –n3fp option for this.

For more information about Triple Patterns, please have a look at the source code of the converter.

2) To convert a N3 file or directory to Trix:

$ rdfconvert –input


1. RDFConvert [options] [input] [output]
2. options:
-c/–converter = The converter to use.
-d/–domain = The domain that RDFConvert should operate on.
-e/–export = Export the output to this URI, if it is valid.
-k/–key = Only create a URI if the key is required.
-p/–port = The port that RDFConvert should listen on. Defaults to 61233.
-s/–sink = Use the specified URI as a sink for the results.
-r/–result = If specified, RDFConvert will fetch this URI instead of using the URI of the input file.
-u/–update = Update the URI instead of creating it if the key is required.
-o/–output Output the results to the specified URI instead of returning them.
-f/–feature Create a feature on the specified URI instead of creating it if the key is required.
3. Inputs:
-i/–input Input file for RDFConvert.
4. Outputs:
-o/–output Output file that RDFConvert writes its output to.
Output Options:

What’s New in the RDFConvert?

RDFConvert is a command line utility that can be used to convert text and binary files in RDF format.
RDFConvert input can be used in different formats, including RDF/XML, Trig, Trix, and Turtle.
RDFConvert output is generated in all the RDF formats supported by OpenRDF except for N-Quads.
RDFConvert for JAVA 2.0

Supported RDF Syntaxes
XML RDF Schema

Supported File Formats

RDFConvert Features
RDFConvert can extract data from an RDF document and output them as a set of Java objects.
RDFConvert has two distinct features:

It will reverse the process, and generate the same object structure from a given object source.
RDFConvert can compare two objects or a set of Java object and will generate the difference report.

RDFConvert can generate a set of java objects from an RDF document according to a specific RDFSchema.

Can generate a new file in N3 / N-Triples / N-Quads format.
Can generate and save an RDF file in N3 / N-Triples / N-Quads format.
Can reverse process from N3 / N-Triples / N-Quads format to text format.
Can reverse process from text format to RDF / XMl / JSON / XML / N-Triples / N-Quads format.
Can compare two objects and generate a difference report.
Can compare an object with a set of objects.
Can load an RDF/RDFXML file from a file.

RDFConvert can parse a set of Java objects and save them as an RDF document file.
It can handle a single object, a set of objects or an object with a list of objects.

RDFConvert can reverse process from text or binary format to RDF format.
Can reverse process from N3


System Requirements For RDFConvert:

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system.
Windows 7 (SP1), Windows 8, or Windows 10 is required.
1024 MB of RAM is required.
Intel Core i3/i5/i7 or AMD equivalent.
1 GB of available hard drive space (minimum).
The Adobe AIR version of the application can be downloaded from
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Minimum system requirements:
64-bit Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 is required.