RDF databases, also known as triplestores, are a type of graph database that store triples. Triples are data points represented in a subject-predicate-object relationship. These databases perform retrieval in this triple format as a more specific way of receiving and viewing the data. RDF databases are beneficial because they organize the information into these sets of triples, but the can also be displayed to the user in graphs. Data can be pulled from RDF databases with a variety of query languages, but the most common is SPARQL.
To qualify for inclusion in the RDF Database category, a product must