This AWS blog post explains how you can get started with knowledge graphs using metaphactory and Amazon Neptune, without any prior knowledge of RDF or SPARQL. The blog post explains how to:
» deploy an Amazon Neptune stack with metaphactory as the client application in one step using a CloudFormation template,
» load RDF datasets to Amazon Neptune using metaphactory,
» explore the loaded data graph and interactively build graphical visualizations using metaphactory, and
» query the knowledge graph, and save and organize searches for later use in metaphactory.
Read the AWS blog post here »