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Tips & Tricks

  • You can drag and drop SPARQL files into the editor.
  • You can set the browser tab title by adding a line to your query prefixed by "#title:".

Using Visualizations

This SPARQL has several built in visualizations in addition to the default table view. They can all be used by specifying specific variables described below.

Image Grid

The image grid requires only one variable. ?thumbnail should be an image URL invalid image URLs within this variable will be ignored. Note that if you are running Thor over HTTPS images will need to be served over HTTPS as well. The image grid will only render the first 100 images.

Pie Chart

The pie chart requires two variables. ?count should be a numeric value. ?label should be a literal.


The map requires either the two variables ?lat and ?lon (both numeric) or `?geometry` (points should space-seperated). Three optional variables are also avaible:

  • ?geometryColor: Literal with a valid CSS color.
  • ?markerRadius: Numeric value defining the maker size in pixels.
  • ?geometryOpacity: Numeric 0-1 defining the opacity of the geometry.

Keyboard Shortcuts

Shortcut Action
Ctrl or Cmd + Enter Execute query
Ctrl or Cmd + [ Indent current/selected line(s) less
Ctrl or Cmd + ] Indent current/selected line(s) more
Ctrl or Cmd + Shift + F Auto-format/indent selected lines
Ctrl or Cmd + / Comment or uncomment current/selected line(s)
Ctrl or Cmd + D Delete current/selected line(s)


This SPARQL Editor is built upon Thor which is open source and you can report issues through Github.

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