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ferenda 0.1.7

Transform unstructured document collections to structured Linked Data

Latest Version: 0.3.0

Ferenda is a python library and framework for transforming unstructured document collections into structured Linked Data. It helps with downloading documents, parsing them to add explicit semantic structure and RDF-based metadata, finding relationships between documents, and publishing the results.

Quick start

This example uses ferenda’s project framework to download the 50 latest RFCs and W3C standards, parse documents into structured, RDF-enabled XHTML documents, loads all RDF metadata into a triplestore and generates a web site of static HTML5 files that are usable offline:

pip install ferenda
ferenda-setup myproject
cd myproject
./ enable
./ enable
./ all all --downloadmax=50 --staticsite --fulltextindex=False
open data/index.html

The same functionality can also be accessed through a python API, if you want to use ferenda as part of a larger system. It’s also possible to just use the parts of ferenda that you need (eg. only the downloading and parsing features).

More information

See for in-depth documentation.

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