Download machine-readable data

We offer machine-readable RDF files with information about languages and other entities provided on Developers can choose between the traditional RDF/XML format vs. the simpler N-Triples format. The dump files can be downloaded and distributed in accordance with the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike (CC-BY-SA) 3.0 Unported license:

We are grateful to a number of people for providing the original data sources that were used to create

Code Mapping Tables

Additionally, we provide tab-separated value (TSV) files providing mappings between ISO 639 standards and corresponding language identifiers.

Online SPARQL Web Service Access

SPARQL access to the data is currently only available via OpenLink Software's LOD server, which however sometimes may be slow to respond or even unreachable due to high demand.

If you need a faster server, it is quite easy to set up your own SPARQL server in just a few minutes using a lightweight triple store such as RedStore, Jena Fuseki, or BlazeGraph that can load the RDF dump linked above.

Additional Datasets

We have also created many other semantic datasets. These include:

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