Triplr

Triplr generates RDF Triples from URIs.

For example http://triplr.org/rdf/www.3kbo.com/people/richard.hancock/rdfa.html extracts the RDF/XML from the RDFa embedded in http://www.3kbo.com/people/richard.hancock/rdfa.html.

Similarly http://triplr.org/html/www.3kbo.com/people/richard.hancock/foaf.rdf displays the RDF/XML from the FOAF file http://www.3kbo.com/people/richard.hancock/foaf.rdf as a HTML table.

To generate JSON use http://triplr.org/json/www.3kbo.com/people/richard.hancock/foaf.rdf.

The general idea is to construct a URI of the format http://triplr.org/output-format/input-URI where the desired "output-format" is requested as follows:

* HTML - use html
* JSON - use json
* RSS 1.0 - use rss
* N-Triples - use ntriples
* RDF/XML - use rdf (this is also the default)
* Turtle - use turtle (n3 also works)

Drop the "http://" from the original "input-URI".