An example of a series of RDF relationships displayed in graph form. The blue ovals are subjects, the nodes predicates, and the beige rectangles are subjects (the lower two blue ovals are both objects and subjects). The hierarchy is controlled by the underlying Taxonomy and any limitations by the Ontology (see below).


An example of a Resource Description Framework (RDF) graph.

Created by Sascha Meissner (Sascham) and uploaded to Wikimedia Commons.

Released into the public domain.

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