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## Index
- [Index](#index)
- [Welcome to Ontospy's documentation!](#welcome-to-ontospys-documentation)
- [In a nutshell](#in-a-nutshell)
- [Welcome to Ontospy's Documentation!](#welcome-to-ontospys-documentation)
- [In a Nutshell](#in-a-nutshell)
- [Installation](#installation)
- [Quick example](#quick-example)
- [Is Ontospy for me?](#is-ontospy-for-me)
- [Quick Example](#quick-example)
- [Is Ontospy for Me?](#is-ontospy-for-me)
- [Generating Ontology Documentation](#generating-ontology-documentation)
- [Miscellaneous Tips](#miscellaneous-tips)
- [Quick Links](#quick-links)
## Welcome to Ontospy's documentation!
## Welcome to Ontospy's Documentation!
Ontospy is a lightweight Python library and command line tool for working with vocabularies encoded in the [RDF](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resource_Description_Framework) family of languages.
> Note: this documentation is still a work-in-progress
## In a nutshell
## In a Nutshell
Ontospy can be used either as an interactive command line interface (a
[repl](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Read%E2%80%93eval%E2%80%93print_loop>)) or as a Python package.
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$ pip install ontospy -U
```
## Quick example
## Quick Example
If used as a Python package, the basic workflow is the following: load a graph by instantiating the `Ontospy` class with a file containing RDFS, OWL or SKOS definitions; you get back an object that lets you interrogate the ontology. That's all!
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In [12]: c1.children()
Out[12]: []
## Is Ontospy for me?
## Is Ontospy for Me?
Here are some reasons why you should use it:
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