This online converter for CSV files was created for the many people out there who are big supporters of "Open Data" but are uncomfortable with getting that data into a format that can be used for Linked Data (regardless of whether it was open or not). Whilst many are happy with saving tabular data as CSV files, a surprising amount are still fairly mystified by saving that same data in RDF format. For more information about "Why RDF?", "What's Linked Open Data?" and similar questions – please have a read of the FAQ; this page concentrates on how to use the converter options to tweak the RDF output. The final step is to simply download a zip file of the converted CSV. The zip file includes the data in three formats – RDF, Turtle (.ttl) and N-Triples (.nt).

Keywords: CSV (Comma Separated Values)
Publisher: NetwrokedPlanet
Time required: P15M
Educational use: professionalDevelopment
Interactivity type: active

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