SHACL Validator

About the tool

SHACL is a W3C standard for describing RDF data models. It is used to define constraints on RDF data. SHACL shapes can be used to validate RDF data.

This online tool allows you to validate RDF data against SHACL shapes expressed in Turtle.

Demo

The RDF data to validate.
The SHACL shapes to validate against.
Press Validate to see the result.

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