A Graph-to-Graph Example

Learn how to extend our graph-to-graph exercise using the RDF and property graph models.


As a better example of a graph-to-graph exercise, let’s try our hand at an extended journey.

We've already seen that there are public endpoints for RDF data. Let’s scoop up some of that RDF data, mix it together, and then add that into a local property graph database. For good measure, we’ll operate on that property graph in some way, and then what? Well, let’s get that graph out of our local property graph database, add it back into a local RDF graph database, and operate on this some more as an RDF graph.

Visual demonstration

The following figure shows our user and the endpoints we’ll query. Remote endpoints A and B are shown with a cloud frame, whereas local endpoints C and D are shown without.

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