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This web data platform supports the latest standards and recommendations:

All endpoints interpret the HTTP request URI as the base URI for RDF operations and the default-graph URI for SPARQL operations.

Specify the media type of your request data with a Content-Type HTTP header.
Specify your response type preference with an Accept HTTP header.

Request methods:

Response types:

RDF media types:

(defaults to Turtle)
refers to a media type, specified in HTTP header (Accept or Content-Type)
refers to a filename, specified by HTTP request URI
refers to a query string parameter 'k' with value 'v': passed in URL via GET or application/x-www-form-urlencoded via POST

Some query string options and response (HTTP Accept) media types are complementary.