What is is the simplest way to setup a local rdf triple store with SPARQL endpoint?
For learning SPARQL it might be useful to have full control over both the query text and the data (RDF triples). While there are many public SPARQL endpoints available their data is typically read-only for obvious reasons. To actively apply SPARQL queries to ones own data, a local triple store might be useful, e.g. for reproducing the examples from https://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-sparql-query/.
However, setting up such an infrastructure with all its dependencies might be complicated.
Question: What is the simplest¹ way to setup a local triple store with SPARQL endpoint on a usual PC?
(¹: The meaning of "simplest" depends on ones system configuration and prior knowledge, which can be reflected by different answers.)
it is the original ontology not that I changed so it didnt work. how can I set PREFIX from my local computer? is it possible or I should upload it somewhere?
second I want to query in protege using SPARQL tab in it, I want to 1) get individuals of a class 2) get direct class of an individual. I mean his first parent not in hierarchy. I try it with rdf:type it dident work(maybe bcz of false PREFIX!) any idea for getting individual and class of another individual? thanks in advance
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