Introducing Stardog Studio in the Browser
Stardog Studio 1.13 includes support for Stardog Studio in the browser via Docker - no application installation required.
Search in Studio
Sometimes you want to find something in your graph without writing a SPARQL query, and now Studio is here to help.
Introducing the Stardog BI/SQL Server
Put your unified data in the hands of more analysts with Stardog’s new BI/SQL server, which provides a straightforward connection to SQL-based Business Intelligence (BI) platforms like Tableau and Power BI.
New Website, Same Mission
We’re happy to announce our new website. New look and feel but same great Stardog!
Visual Query Plans in Studio
We built a visual query plan interface to help you write better queries.
Announcing Stardog 7
Today we’re happy to announce the GA release of Stardog 7, including new low-level storage engine based on RocksDB. Read on for the glorious details.
Studio SHACL Released
As of v1.9.0 (July 11, 2019), Stardog Studio supports the W3C standard Shapes Constraint Language (SHACL)! This support includes language intelligence for SHACL, the ability to add SHACL constraints to Stardog and validate your data against those constraints, and more.
Editing Stored Queries in Studio
Stardog Studio v1.8.0 introduces several improvements to help users get the most out of stored queries.
Stardog 7.0 Beta 2
We’re happy to announce the release of Stardog 7.0 Beta 2, complete with lots of changes designed specifically to help make the world’s best Knowledge Graph even more awesome.
Learning SPARQL with Interactive Tutorials
We know SPARQL is unfamiliar to many new Stardog users, so we built live tutorials into Studio to help you learn the SPARQL syntax. Click on the new bookmark icon in the left navigation and select the SPARQL tutorial to get started.
Faster, More Scalable Stardog
Stardog 6.2 just shipped with scalable virtual graph caching, better Kubernetes integration, support for Amazon Redshift, and many new optimizations . Read on for the details.
Studio Query Plans
Understanding query plans is the key to consistently writing fast queries, so today we are pleased to announce revamped query plan support in Studio.