Transforming RDF Data into Property Graphs

Angles R.; Garcia R.


RDF databases and graph databases are two approaches of data management which are based on modeling, storing and querying data following a graph structure. RDF databases are based on a single graph data model which allows to describe Web resources in terms of their relations and attributes. On the other hand, most graph databases are based on the property graph data model, a type of graph where nodes and edges can contain properties represented as key-value pairs. This paper presents two methods for transforming RDF data into property graphs. The first method defines schema and data transformations as it assumes the existence of an RDF schema. The second method is schema-independent, so it allows to transform any kind of RDF dataset. Both methods are useful to store RDF data into a Graph Data Management System.

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Título según WOS: Transforming RDF Data into Property Graphs
Título según SCOPUS: Transforming RDF Data into Property Graphs
Volumen: 18
Número: 1
Fecha de publicación: 2020
Página de inicio: 130
Página final: 137
Idioma: English