# View Source RDF.Data protocol (RDF.ex v1.2.0)

An abstraction over the different data structures for collections of RDF statements.

# Summary

## Functions

Deletes statements from an RDF data structure.

Checks if an RDF data structure contains statements about the given resource.

Returns a `RDF.Description`

of the given subject.

Returns all `RDF.Description`

s within an RDF data structure.

Returns if the given RDF data structure is empty.

Checks if two RDF data structures are equal.

Checks if the given statement exists within an RDF data structure.

Returns a map representation of an RDF data structure where each element from its statements is mapped with the given function.

Adds statements to an RDF data structure.

Returns the set of all resources used in the objects within the statements of an RDF data structure.

Deletes one statement from an RDF data structure and returns a tuple with deleted statement and the changed data structure.

Returns the set of all properties used within the statements of an RDF data structure.

Returns the set of all resources used within the statements of an RDF data structure

Returns the count of all statements of an RDF data structure.

Returns the list of all statements of an RDF data structure.

Returns the count of all resources which are subject of the statements of an RDF data structure.

Returns the set of all resources which are subject of the statements of an RDF data structure.

Returns a nested map of the native Elixir values of an RDF data structure.

# Types

@type t() :: term()

All the types that implement this protocol.

# Functions

Deletes statements from an RDF data structure.

As opposed to the `delete`

functions on RDF data structures directly, this
function only deletes exactly matching structures.

Checks if an RDF data structure contains statements about the given resource.

Returns a `RDF.Description`

of the given subject.

Note: On a `RDF.Dataset`

this will return an aggregated `RDF.Description`

with
the statements about this subject from all graphs.

Returns all `RDF.Description`

s within an RDF data structure.

Note: On a `RDF.Dataset`

this will return aggregated `RDF.Description`

s about
the same subject from all graphs.

Returns if the given RDF data structure is empty.

Checks if two RDF data structures are equal.

Two RDF data structures are considered to be equal if they contain the same triples.

- comparing two
`RDF.Description`

s it's just the same as`RDF.Description.equal?/2`

- comparing two
`RDF.Graph`

s differs in`RDF.Graph.equal?/2`

in that the graph name is ignored - comparing two
`RDF.Dataset`

s differs in`RDF.Dataset.equal?/2`

in that the dataset name is ignored - a
`RDF.Description`

is equal to a`RDF.Graph`

, if the graph has just one description which equals the given description - a
`RDF.Description`

is equal to a`RDF.Dataset`

, if the dataset has just one graph which contains only the given description - a
`RDF.Graph`

is equal to a`RDF.Dataset`

, if the dataset has just one graph which equals the given graph; note that in this case the graph names must match

Checks if the given statement exists within an RDF data structure.

Returns a map representation of an RDF data structure where each element from its statements is mapped with the given function.

Adds statements to an RDF data structure.

As opposed to the specific `add`

functions on the RDF data structures, which
always return the same structure type than the first argument, `merge`

might
result in another RDF data structure, e.g. merging two `RDF.Description`

with
different subjects results in a `RDF.Graph`

or adding a quad to a `RDF.Graph`

with a different name than the graph context of the quad results in a
`RDF.Dataset`

. But it is always guaranteed that the resulting structure has
a `RDF.Data`

implementation.

Returns the set of all resources used in the objects within the statements of an RDF data structure.

Deletes one statement from an RDF data structure and returns a tuple with deleted statement and the changed data structure.

Returns the set of all properties used within the statements of an RDF data structure.

Returns the set of all resources used within the statements of an RDF data structure

Returns the count of all statements of an RDF data structure.

Returns the list of all statements of an RDF data structure.

Returns the count of all resources which are subject of the statements of an RDF data structure.

Returns the set of all resources which are subject of the statements of an RDF data structure.

Returns a nested map of the native Elixir values of an RDF data structure.

When a `:context`

option is given with a `RDF.PropertyMap`

, predicates will
be mapped to the terms defined in the `RDF.PropertyMap`

, if present.