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Access to World Wide Web
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When connected to public instnaces of Virtuoso, you can use this ODBC Driver to turn the World Wide Web [Web] into just another RDBMS Data Source. Naturally, this also implies being able to treat the Linked Open Data [LOD] as just another RDBMS Data Source. You can explore this capability via the URIBurner Service instance at: <http://linkeddata.uriburner.com>.
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