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NAME

       cod2rdf - Describe (in RDF format) properties of COD structures.

SYNOPSIS

       cod2rdf --options 1000000 "[1-9][0-9]6"

DESCRIPTION

       Describe (in RDF format) properties of COD structures.

OPTIONS

       -d, --database  cod
                         Use database "cod" to query for structures.

       -h, --host   www.crystallography.net

       -s, --server www.crystallography.net
                         Query COD database on the host 'www.crystallography.net'.

       -l, --localhost
                         Use database server on the localhost to query the
                         COD database.

       -p, --port 3306
                         Use the specified port (default 3306) to query
                         structures.

       --platform mysql
                         Use specified SQL platform (default mysql).

       -u, --user cod_reader
                         Use user name "cod_reader" to access COD database;
                         this reader should be granted SELECT privilege, i.e.
                         should be able to read the COD database, without
                         supplying a password.

       --password
                         Use the specified password (default empty) to connect.

       --vocabulary-namespace cod
                         Use vocabulary namespace "cod" to prefix properties
                         native to the queried database.

       --vocabulary-url-prefix http://www.crystallography.net/cod/doc/rdf/
                         Specify URL prefix for database's native namespace.

       --prefix, --db-url-prefix http://www.crystallography.net/cod/
                         Specify URL prefix for all objects in the queried
                         database.

       --postfix, --db-url-postfix .html
                         Specify URL postfix for all objects in the queried
                         database.

       --def-table, --definition-table databases
                         Look "databases" table for descriptions of remote
                         databases.

       --db-name, --database-name cod
                         Use "cod" as the abbreviation of queried databases.
                         This abbreviation is used in construction of
                         cross-referencing table names, i.e. "pubchem_x_cod".

       --from
                         Generate RDFs for all database entries starting at
                         specified entry and ending at either the entry
                         specified using '--to' command line option or the
                         last entry in the database.

       --to
                         Generate RDFs for all database entries from either the
                         entry specified using '--from' command line option or
                         the first entry in the database.

       --range
                         Generate RDFs for all database entries in the specified
                         range. Range should be specified in the form 'X-Y', where
                         X is the first and Y is the last entry.

       --revision
                         Generate RDFs for all database entries deposited in the
                         specified or older Subversion revision of the database.

       --split-author-names
                         Split author names in internal database representation
                         at semicolons (';') to produce RDF-parsable list of
                         author names. Each author in such list is marked with
                         "author" property instead of "authors", which is used
                         for non-split value (default).

       --no-split-author-names, --dont-split-author-names
                         Make no assumptions about internal database
                         representation of author list.

       --xml-output
                         Output RDF in XML carrier format (default).

       --n3-output
                         Output RDF in N3 (Notation3) carrier format.

       --turtle-output
                         Output RDF in Turtle carrier format.

       --ntriples-output, --n-triples-output
                         Output RDF in N-Triples carrier format.

       --replace-utf-codepoints-from
                         Replace Unicode code points starting at specified point
                         with carrier format-specific entities.

       --no-replace-utf-codepoints, --dont-replace-utf-code-points
                         Leave Unicode code points unescaped (default).

       --html-utf-escapes
                         Escape Unicode code points using HTML hexadecimal format
                         corresponding to '&#x%04X;' formatted string (default).

       --internal-utf-escapes
                         Escape Unicode code points using internal format
                         corresponding to '\u%04X' formatted string.

       --utf-escape-format
                         Escape Unicode code points using format corresponding
                         to the provided formatted string.

       --help, --usage
                         Output a short usage message (this message) and exit.

       --version
                         Output version information and exit.

REPORTING BUGS

       Report cod2rdf bugs using e-mail: cod-bugs@ibt.lt

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