[Haskell-cafe] Has anyone used Graql in Haskell?
vasiliy.l at gmail.com
Fri Mar 17 17:14:37 UTC 2017
Grakn.ai data model looks very much like RDF with SPARQL as a query
language. There are quite a few data stores, owl reasoners and various
libraries to work with rdf. There are haskell packages as well: rdf4h for
data representation, hsparql to create and submit queries to sparql stores,
swish is a semantic web toolkit.
Hope that would be helpful for you.
On 03/14/2017 06:53 AM, Jeffrey Brown wrote:
> Graql is a (and stands for) graph query language. It is unusually
> expressive, allowing relationships to be members of other relationships
> -- effectively, allowing one edge to be an endpoint of another edge.
> Someone named Felix posted a Haskell library for generating Graql
> Does anyone have a Haskell program that not only generates but uses such a
>  https://hackage.haskell.org/package/graql
>  https://discuss.grakn.ai/t/nested-relationships/
>  https://discuss.grakn.ai/t/graql-haskell-how-to-run-the-test-program/
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