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What functionalitybusiness value does a semantic platform offer that a graph database doesn't

We hear a lot about graph databases such as Neo4J and a little less about semantic platforms such as OWLIM and similar triple (or quad) stores.

I understand the latter is associated with embedded OWL support but what does that mean in value terms? What is the unique value of an RDF triple/quad store with OWL tooling that is not offered by a simpler graph database without "semantic" features?

I am looking for the business outcomes that might be achievable with semantic tech only.

What functionality does a semantic platform offer that a graph database doesn't

We hear a lot about graph databases such as Neo4J and a little less about semantic platforms such as OWLIM and similar triple (or quad) stores.

I understand the latter is associated with embedded OWL support but what does that mean in value terms? What is the unique value of an RDF triple/quad store with OWL tooling that is not offered by a simpler graph database without "semantic" features?

What business value does a semantic platform offer that a graph database doesn't

We hear a lot about graph databases such as Neo4J and a little less about semantic platforms such as OWLIM and similar triple (or quad) stores.

I understand the latter is associated with embedded OWL support but what does that mean in value terms? What is the unique value of an RDF triple/quad store with OWL tooling that is not offered by a simpler graph database without "semantic" features?

I am looking for the business outcomes that might be achievable with semantic tech only.

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What functionality does a semantic platform offer that a graph database doesn't

We hear a lot about graph databases such as Neo4J and a little less about semantic platforms such as OWLIM and similar triple (or quad) stores.

I understand the latter is associated with embedded OWL support but what does that mean in value terms? What is the unique value of an RDF triple/quad store with OWL tooling that is not offered by a simpler graph database without "semantic" features?