Yet Another SPARQL GUI

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YASGUI for end-users

YASGUI is a feature-packed user-friendly interface to access any SPARQL endpoint, both on your local computer as well as remote ones. YASGUI provides syntax checking and highlighting, assists you by autocompleting your prefixes, properties, classes, and endpoints, allows you to bookmark queries, and much more.

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YASGUI for publishers: and

Want to get rid of the simple text area of your SPARQL endpoint? Get your own YASGUI, and upgrade all these simple text areas! All it takes is 1 single line of javascript code: var yasqe = new YASQE.fromTextArea(document.getElementById('textArea')). We provide a single javascript library for the SPARQL query editor (YASQE), as well as a javascript library for visualization of SPARQL results (YASR). For more information on the features, configurability and extendability, and where to download these libraries, visit the YASQE and YASR documentation pages.

Visit the YASQE page Visit the YASR page Combining YASQE and YASR

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YASGUI (or one of its components, YASQE/YASR) is integrated in common triple-stores such as Apache Jena , OpenRDF Sesame and ClioPatria.

It has seen uptake in Linked Data tools as well, including

  • Gosparqled (demo), an extension of YASQE providing context-dependent property and class autocompletions
  • Snapper (demo), a browser based Turtle editor
  • Visu (demo), the first library to extend YASR with Google Chart functionality
  • Brwsr, a Linked Data browser
  • Trifid, a lightweight Linked Data server and proxy

Publishers are using as well, such as , the Smithsonian American Art museum ,the German National Library of Economics (ZWB) , Linked Open Vocabularies , the LOD Laundromat , MetaLex , linkedArc and the CEDAR project.