Profium Sense makes it easy to quickly start working with any arbitrary data in the open RDF format. This video gives a brief demonstration of how to import any RDF data to the Profium Sense graph database using the simple web interface, using some geographic data about Ireland from geonames.org as an example.

Profium Sense Graph Visualizer DEMO video

Demo video of how to import any RDF data to the Profium Sense graph database

After importing the data, we show how to view a summary of the links between nodes of the imported data and how to browse those linked nodes. Finally we show how to graphically display any node in the graph, visualising all incoming and outgoing links to other nodes, and navigate deeper into the graph by following those links.

This demonstrates the power of Profium Sense to process and visualise any unstructured third party RDF data, and shows how easy it is to get started using the Sense web interface. The ability to hit the ground running with any RDF data means you can immediately leverage third party data such as the geographic geonames.org data and integrate it with your own data as one powerful interlinked graph.