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This page contains the labs used in earlier Java versions of the course. You can still do the Java versions of the labs, if you prefer.  
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This page contains the labs used in earlier Java versions of the course. You can still do the labs in Java, if you prefer, but they are no longer completely aligned with the Python labs.  
  
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* [[:File:log4j.properties.txt | log4j.properties]]: save as a file named '''log4j.properties''' in the '''src/''' folder of your Eclipse project
 
* [[:File:log4j.properties.txt | log4j.properties]]: save as a file named '''log4j.properties''' in the '''src/''' folder of your Eclipse project
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<div class="credits" style="text-align: right; direction: ltr; margin-left: 1em;">''INFO216, UiB, 2017-2020, Andreas L. Opdahl (c)''</div>
 
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Latest revision as of 09:00, 9 February 2021

This page contains the labs used in earlier Java versions of the course. You can still do the labs in Java, if you prefer, but they are no longer completely aligned with the Python labs.

  1. Lab: Getting started with Eclipse, Java and Jena
  2. Lab: RDF programming in Jena
  3. Lab: SPARQL queries
  4. Lab: Storing graphs and datasets with Jena and TDB
  5. Lab: RDFS Programming in Jena
  6. Lab: Sgvizler
  7. Lab: RDFS Plus
  8. Lab: Web APIs, JSON and JSON-LD
  9. Lab: OWL

Practical:

  • log4j.properties: save as a file named log4j.properties in the src/ folder of your Eclipse project

 

INFO216, UiB, 2017-2020, Andreas L. Opdahl (c)