Data exploration and visualisation
Viewing and investigating the relationships in and between SAWS texts
The SAWs RDF data is available as an RDF/XML file dump. However this is not so easy to explore (unless you specifically want the data in this format).
There are other options for looking at the data generated within SAWS (i.e. the links between/within texts and information about those texts and what works they represent).
Using this tool, you can see and explore a visual representation of the RDF links in SAWS
Exploring the places mentioned in SAWS texts (Pelagios)
We have set up a public SPARQL endpoint for SAWS RDF data (through a SNORQL interface).
Alternatively to run SPARQL queries through the browser, use http://www.ancientwisdoms.ac.uk/sesame/repositories/saws?query= and append your query to the end. For example: