Access datasets as Triple Pattern Fragments
Triple Pattern Fragments provide triple-pattern-based access to a dataset. This enables client-side querying of live data with high availability at low cost. You can access the datasets below as Triple Pattern Fragments, and even perform federated querying over them.
Triple Pattern Fragments hosted by DBpedia
Triple Pattern Fragments hosted by Wikidata
Triple Pattern Fragments hosted by LOD Laundromat
- Dataset index, more than 650,000 datasets from across the Web.
Triple Pattern Fragments hosted for DataSalon
- OrgRef, data about organizations (universities, colleges, schools, hospitals)
Triple Pattern Fragments hosted by the EWI project
- Contact details of cities in Flanders (query these fragments)
- Flemish company register (query these fragments)
Triple Pattern Fragments hosted by us at data.linkeddatafragments.org
- DBpedia, the Linked Data version of Wikipedia (query these fragments)
- GeoNames, a dataset of countries and over 8 million placenames
- LinkedGeoData, OpenStreetMap as Linked Data
- Wiktionary, a dictionary of the English language
- DBLP, the Computer Science Bibliography
- YAGO2s, a huge semantic knowledge base
- EventMedia, an events data source from EURECOM
- Ookaboo, public domain and Creative Commons images, linked to DBpedia
- Your dataset? Contact us and we will add it for you!
Query public datasets using Triple Pattern Fragments
You can execute SPARQL queries over these datasets with a Triple Pattern Fragments client.
Clients are available as standalone applications, libraries, and as Web applications.
Try the online Triple Pattern Fragments client and execute your own queries!
Publish your own Triple Pattern Fragments
You can host your dataset in a queryable way at low cost and with high availability using a free server.
Deploy your own server easily on top of an existing dataset. Download your server.
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