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Green Turtle RDFa

Description from extension meta An implementation of RDFa processing in the browser.
Image from store Green Turtle RDFa
Description from store An implementation and viewer of RDFa 1.1 (http://www.w3.org/TR/rdfa-core/) triples. When triples are discovered in a web page, a little green turtle will appear in the address bar. If you click on that turtle, you can view the triple graph. This extension only has access to information you have on the current web page. It does not use the information except to harvest the triples and create a visualization. It will run for every page you view. You can use the extension management in the preferences to enable or disable the extension depending on your needs. Version 1.1 includes support for Turtle output and URI shortening. Version 1.2 includes option Microdata support. See http://www.milowski.com/journal/entry/2013-07-26T15:25:04.782Z/
Latest reviews (2015-06-14) Nicolaie Szabadkai: Very very useful. Sometime the graph is a bit scrambled. (2014-09-17) Gerard Devine: This is good and I really like the visualisation. Unfortunately it crashes for me when it is faced with anything more than simple rdfa. (2014-08-13) Philip Trembath: Really good when it works. Unfortunately it only works 2% of the time. (2014-06-16) Dan Scott: The turtle icon often shows up, however clicking on it usually results in nothing more than a "Waiting for triples..." that never returns. (2014-04-18) Andreas Galazis: Awesome plugin thanks! (2013-08-12) The icon in the top bar is not appearing. I was using normally until the icon stopped appearing on the bar. Can it be because of some update chrome? (2012-08-14) Slava Kravchenko: Somehow it won't work for me at a first click (after the browser is started) on the green turtle - I'm just shown a blank graph. Closing the page with the graph and clicking the turtle icon for a second time helps. But other than the glitch above, it's good, with the funky graph visualization and a clear SPO table. May I suggest an "Import/Save as" button to save the graph to a local file?

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3.1429 (14 votes)
Last update / version
2013-07-26 / 1.2.0





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