Many thanks to Stardog customers, users, contributors, testers, etc. Other vendors shunt you off to inexperienced level one techs. We’re also tying Maven and Docker together, providing private Docker repositories for customers, which allows us to build out clusters, custom configurations, best practices, and devops tips-and-tricks into custom Docker images…so that you don’t have to.
Docker-based deliverables not only shortens your development and devops cycles but keeps you up-to-date with the latest-greatest versions of Stardog, including security fixes, performance hot fixes, and deployment best practices and configurations.
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Shows information on the vessels, ports, carriers, shippers and consignees and the volumes they are moving.
Sourced directly from manifests through Datamar’s partnership with shipping lines.
Data validation is an important part of data integration and analysis tasks.
The consequences of having invalid data ranges from rather harmless application failures to serious errors in decision making process.
Terminals - database containing details of container terminals, updated by Datamar and the terminals themselves.
Stardog 5.0.2 (1 August 2017) supports the RDF graph data model; SPARQL query language; property graph model and Gremlin graph traversal language; OWL 2 and user-defined rules for inference and data analytics; virtual graphs; geospatial query answering; and programmatic interaction via several languages and network interfaces.
There are several open source components of Stardog; feel free to submit pull requests: stardog-docs, stardog.js, stardog-groovy, stardog-spring, stardog.rb, and stardog-clj. Get access to the core Stardog development team in real-time via voice or chat. Our core team has more semantic graph application and tool development experience than any other team on the planet.
The name comes from the paradox's common description: a person travels to the past and kills their own grandfather before the conception of their father or mother, which prevents the time traveler's existence.
Despite its title, the grandfather paradox does not exclusively regard the contradiction of killing one's own grandfather to prevent one's birth.