The TBFY Knowledge Graph (KG) integrates procurement and company data. The KG covers data from January 2019 onwards. New data is onboarded every night.
On June 2020 the KG consisted of over 112 million triples and contained information about
|KG SPARQL endpoint||http://data.tbfy.eu/sparql||
|KG API||http://data.tbfy.eu/kg-api||REST API that allows you
to query the Knowledge Graph. See
https://github.com/TBFY/knowledge-graph-API/wiki for more info.
|KG data dump||http://dump.tbfy.eu||Monthly data dump of the Knowledge Graph in RDF format containing procurement data and company data (for matching suppliers) for the period January 2019 onwards. In addition to the KG data dump in RDF, we have also made available the source data input for the KG, i.e., procurement release data from OpenOpps and company data (for matching suppliers) from OpenCorporates in JSON format.|
|YASGUI for KG||http://yasgui.tbfy.eu||YASGUI (Yet Another SPARQL GUI) is a 3rd party web application that we have set up that allows users to query the Knowledge Graph using SPARQL.|
|Knowledge Graph (KG)||https://github.com/TBFY/knowledge-graph||Repository where all source code, information and documentation for creating, deploying and using the Knowledge Graph are found.|
|OCDS Ontology||https://github.com/TBFY/ocds-ontology||Repository for the OCDS ontology.|
|KG API||https://github.com/TBFY/knowledge-graph-API||Repository for the core API. It also contains the API documentation and SPARQL queries of the TheyBuyForYou project.|
|KG API Gateway||https://github.com/TBFY/api-gateway||Repository for the API Gateway. It provides a flexible abstraction layer and a single entry point that securely manages communication between TBFY clients and online tools via API.|
|Fuseki admin UI||http://fuseki.tbfy.eu||Apache Jena Fuseki admin UI that allows adminstrators to manage the TBFY Knowledge Graph.|