Jakob Voß
and 1 contributors

NAME

rdfdot - Create dot graph diagrams from RDF data.

VERSION

version 0.141

SYNOPSIS

rdfdot [ <OPTIONS> ] [ [ <RDF> ] <GRAPH> ]

Arguments:

    RDF      RDF input filename with known extension (.ttl, .nt etc.),
             default is '-' for standard input.
    GRAPH    Graph output filename with known extension (.png, .svg etc.),
             default is '-' for standard output.

Options:

    -ttl             input is Turtle format
    -rdf|xrdf|rdfx   input is RDF/XML
    -js|json         input is RDF/JSON format
    -htm|html|xhtml  input is HTML with RDFa
    -nt              input is NTriples format
    -nq              input is NQuads format
    -trig            input is TriG format

    -png             output is PNG format
    -svg             output is SVG format
    -...             output is ... format (see -output)
    -output          list all output formats and their mime type

    -I BASE          set base URI for input

DESCRIPTION

This command line client is installed with RDF::Trine::Exporter::GraphViz to create nice graph diagrams from RDF data. Namespace prefixes are taken from RDF::NS.

EXAMPLES

    rdfdot myrdf.xml                     # output as DOT
    rdfdot -svg data.ttl                 # ouptput as SVG
    rdfdot myrdf.xml graph.png           # create PNG file
    cat myrdf.nt | rdfdot -nt graph.gif  # RDF from STDIN to GIF file

AUTHOR

Jakob Voß <voss@gbv.de>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2012 by Jakob Voß.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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