Through the query editor you will be able to access the UNiCS open data and, at the same time, being able to federate them with other Linked Data repositories (such as OpenAIRE, the “Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe”, or EPO, the “European Patent Office”), by relying on the full 1.1. specification of SPARQL, the standard RDF query language for querying Linked Open Data. If you are beginner to SPARQL, you can take a look at this tutorial.

In order to specify a well-formed query, you will need to know the UNiCS ontology; here you can find its documentation and set of conceptual models showing the main representation structure of the ontology modules corresponding to the data sources that are currently integrated in UNiCS.

This UNiCS Database is made available under the Open Database License.
Any rights in individual contents of the database are licensed under the Database Contents License.

Ontology documentation available at

URL of SPARQL endpoint is