On 14.02.2016 18:03, Hay (Husky) wrote:
On Sun, Feb 14, 2016 at 4:40 PM, Markus Kroetzsch
can count how many times each
property is used.
Amazingly, you can (I was surprised):
That's a really nice find! Any idea how to filter the query so you
only get the property statements?
I would just filter this in code; a more complex SPARQL query is just
getting slower. Here is a little example Python script that gets all the
data you need:
I intend to use this in our upcoming new class/property browser as well.
Maybe it would actually make sense to merge the two applications at some
point (the focus of our tool are classes and their connection to
properties, as in the existing Miga tool, but a property browser is an
integral part of this).