Apache Anything To Triples (Any23) is a library, a web service and a command line tool that extracts structured data in RDF format from a variety of Web documents.

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Apache Any23 Project

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Apache Anything To Triples (Any23) is a library and web service that extracts structured data in RDF format from a variety of Web documents. Any23 documentation can be found on the website

Online Documentation

For details on the command line tool and web interface, see here

For a guide to using Any23 as a library in your Java applications, see here

Javadocs is available here

Community

You can reach our and connect with our community on our mailing lists

Build Any23 from Source Code

The canonical Any23 source code lives at https://github.com/apache/any23.git

Be sure to have the Apache Maven v.3.x+ installed and included in $PATH.

Clone the source:

git clone https://github.com/apache/any23.git

Navigate and build:

cd any23
mvn clean install

From now on the above directory any23 is referred to as $ANY23_HOME This will install the Any23 artifacts and its dependencies in your local Maven3 repository. You can then extract the compiled code and use the command line interface Please note you will need to change the version to the tar or zip you are extracting.

tar -zxvf $ANY23_HOME/cli/target/apache-any23-cli-${version-SNAPSHOT}.tar.gz

Run the Any23 Commandline Tools

Any23 comes with some command line tools. Within the directory you just extracted, you can invoke: Linux

$ANY23_HOME/cli/target/apache-any23-cli-${version-SNAPSHOT}/bin/any23       
# Provides the main Any23 use case: metadata extraction on a file or URL source.

Windows

$ANY23_HOME/cli/target/apache-any23-cli-${version-SNAPSHOT}/bin/any23.bat      
# Provides the main Any23 use case: metadata extraction on a file or URL source.

The complete documentation about these tools can be found here

The bin scripts are generated dynamically during the package phase. To ensure the package generation, from the top level directory run:

mvn package

You can void extracting the archive files by going to the cli generated bin folder

cd  $ANY23_HOME/cli/target/appassembler/bin/

and finally invoke the script for your OS (UNIX or Windows):

  bin$ ./any23

usage instructions will be printed out.

Generate the Documentation

To generate the project site locally execute the following command from $ANY23_HOME:

cd $ANY23_HOME
MAVEN_OPTS='-Xmx1024m' mvn [-o] clean site:site

You can speed up the site generation process specifying the offline option [-o], but it works only if all the involved plugin dependencies has been already downloaded in the local M2 repository.

If you're interested in generating the Javadoc enriched with navigable UML graphs, you can activate the umlgraphdoc profile. This profile relies on graphviz that must be installed in your system.

cd $ANY23_HOME
MAVEN_OPTS='-Xmx1024m' mvn -P umlgraphdoc clean site:site

Munging of Any23 code to ASF

When it was decided that the Any23 code be brought into the Apache Incubator, the existing code was migrated over to the ASF infrastructure and documented/managed via a number of Jira tickets e.g, INFRA-3978 INFRA-4146 and ANY23-29.