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Creating a Knowledge Graph

Create your first knowledge graph project in three steps:

  1. Use the domain modelling tool to design your data model
  2. Create one or more Datasets to store your data in
  3. Create or import data using the UI or API 

1. Domain Modelling 

The Domain Model tool allows you to rapidly build an ontology.

Start by adding classes to the canvas representing the types of entities in your domain.

You can make subclasses using the round plus icon on the class, dragging the line to the parent class:

You can make relationship between classes using the middle + icon:

Create data properties using the square + icon and set the property’s data type and  attributes in the form in the right hand column.

  1. Creating Data Sets

Once you have saved your model, you can set up Datasets. 

Datasets are named collections of instance data. These let you organise your data into manageable namespaces. You can create one or more Data Sets to hold your data. 

For each Dataset you create you must choose which Classes of entity you want to store in that Dataset.

  1. Adding Data

Once you have created a Dataset you can add concepts (entities) to in one of three ways

  1. Add and edit concepts manually via the UI
  2. Import data via CSV
  3. Import data via the API