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Ontotext GraphDB is a highly-efficient and robust graph database with RDF and SPARQL support. This documentation is a comprehensive guide, which explains every feature of GraphDB as well as topics such as setting up a repository, loading and working with data, tuning its performance, scaling, etc. The GraphDB database supports a highly available replication cluster, which has been proven in a number of enterprise use cases that required resilience in data loading and query answering. If you need a quick overview of GraphDB or a download link to its latest releases, please visit the GraphDB product section.

Credits and licensing

GraphDB uses rdf4j Sesame as a library, taking advantage of its APIs for storage and querying, as well as the support for a wide variety of query languages (e.g., SPARQL and SeRQL) and RDF syntaxes (e.g., RDF/XML, N3, Turtle).

The development of GraphDB is partly supported by SEKT, TAO, TripCom, LarKC, and other FP6 and FP7 European research projects.

Full licensing information is available in the license files located in the main folder of the distribution package.

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