Looking for a RDF to SVG tool

I’m looking for a tool to convert RDF files to SVG files. I’m currently teaching RDF without using pretty RDF plots because I haven’t yet found a way to generate them automatically. I know about 4suite which W3C uses, but the results are not pleasing to my eyes.

Update: Actually 4suite and specifically, the 4rdf tool, works alright. However, I typically need to manually edit the SVG file, to adjust the font size.

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Daniel Lemire

A computer science professor at the University of Quebec (TELUQ).

5 thoughts on “Looking for a RDF to SVG tool”

  1. Download the Validating RDF Parser (VRP). It offers two RDFtoSVG filters (different outputs). The second has been implemented by me.

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