Re: Is there an (online) tool that can generate a visual graph?

Gregg Kellogg

On Mar 8, 2014, at 3:46 PM, Jarno van Driel <> wrote:

> So far I have been using Microdata parser ( as a visual aid when debugging Microdata. But I find it limited in it's use since it doesn't show everything, and once a document passes 40 or more types it becomes more or less unreadable since it's graph goes off-screen.
> Now the only alternatives I know of (Google's SDTT, Yandex' SDV and the Structured data linter) are all text based. Which is cute but doesn't really help when debugging pages with 100+ entities.
> Therefor I'm looking for something like RDFa Play but then something that accepts both RDFa and Microdata. Does anybody of you know of such a tool?

I think Niklas’ RDFa Lab project [1] includes a Microdata to RDFa translator, which you could use to pre-process your HTML+microdata to get HTML+RDFa, which you could then visualize using the RDFa Playground. I think it can work as a bookmarklet, so you could do it all in-browser. Niklas can say more.



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