In the Resource Description Framework (RDF), data is represented as a set of subject–predicate–object triples (statements). This format is useful for representing all kinds of structured data and particularly for publishing it on the web.
Every RDF dataset, intrinsically, represents a graph that can be thought of as the web of data. The graph representation of RDF data is in general more intuitive and useful for understanding and managing the data and spotting new insights. It is for this reason that RDF is commonly used to define knowledge graphs.
This tool allows you to visualize RDF graphs. You can pan and zoom through the interactive graph visualization.