Meet Stardog Training
May 25, 2023, 1 minute read

This beginner-level training provides an introduction to the Stardog Enterprise Knowledge Graph Platform and how it can help organizations solve challenging data and analytics problems. This training will give you an overview of the platform and its applications (Cloud, Explorer, Designer, and Studio) and show how they work together to unify data based on its meaning and create a connected network of knowledge to power your business.

Getting Started with RDF & SPARQL
May 25, 2021, 1 minute read

This beginner-level training teaches the basics of RDF graphs and the SPARQL query language. Review the basics of RDF data including graph, triples, nodes, IRIs, prefixes, datatypes, and Turtle. By the end of this training, you will understand how to construct SPARQL queries, demonstrate the use of SPARQL to create or update RDF data, and know how to work with named graphs.

Advanced RDF & SPARQL
Mar 30, 2021, 1 minute read

This intermediate-level training teaches several advanced features within Stardog. Learn how Stardog extends SPARQL to find paths between nodes in the RDF graph, which we call path queries. Review how to use full text-search, Stardog Studio’s Provenance, and Stardog’s GeoSPARQL for spatial data. By the end of this training, you’ll be able to centrally manage your queries using Stored Query Service (SQS) and write flexible queries using Named Graph Aliases. You’ll also have an understanding of Stardog’s support for edge properties, and how to best bridge the gap between the RDF data model and the Property Graph data model.

Installation & Setup
Feb 22, 2021, 1 minute read

This beginner-level training teaches the installation and set-up of Stardog and Stardog Studio on your system. Learn steps on how to install Stardog and Stardog Studio using OSK, Linux & package managers (Debian or RPM), Docker, or Windows. After the installation and set-up is complete, review the run process including how to start the server, connect to it from Studio, and how to shut down the server.