Misc Thoughts, Excel and SPARQL

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Added by gromgull on 2011-06-20 13:48

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I often end up running a big SPARQL query (usually on a server), exporting the results a TSV, and post processing the results with some combination of vi, perl, awk, sort etc., then loading the processed data into a copy of Excel to get stats out of it, or produce a chart or whatever.

The other day I was wondering if you could pull results directly from a SPARQL endpoint into Excel. Well, it turns out that you can, via something called an Internet Query File.

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Misc Thoughts, Excel and SPARQL I often end up running a big SPARQL query (usually on a server), exporting the results a TSV, and post processing the results with some combination of vi, perl, awk, sort etc., then loading the processed data into a copy of Excel to get stats out of it, or produce a chart or whatever. The other day I was wondering if you could pull results directly from a SPARQL endpoint into Excel. Well, it turns out that you can, via something called an Internet Query File. Steve Harris