Yet Another Sparql Resultset GUI

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About YASR

YASR is part of the regular YASGUI web application. YASR provides a plugin-based visualizations for SPARQL resultsets.
var yasr = YASR(document.getElementById("showcase"));


YASR features:
  • Completely client-side
  • Easily customizable and extendible
  • Easily integrates with YASQE
  • Can handle any valid SPARQL resultset format
  • Use of common libraries such as jQuery Datatables and CodeMirror
  • Integration of for fetching URI labels
Combining YASR with the YASQE library (a SPARQL editor library) is easy: all you need to do is define YASR as a handler to the YASQE query method. See this example gist.

Download the latest release

We provide a bundled release containing all external dependencies, and we provide a release containing just the YASR core. If you choose to use the regular release, make sure to include jQuery, CodeMirror and jQuery.DataTables in your page as well.


The YASR files are hosted via JsDelivr. This CDN is the easiest way to include YASR in your website.

JS Choose either the bundled or the core version


Visit the GitHub repository to download the YASR .css and .js files (find them in the dist directory).

Download latest release from GitHub 

YASR is registered as a node package as well, so you'll be able to use the node package manager to keep your version of YASR up to date.

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YASGUI (or one of its components, YASQE/YASR) is integrated in common triple-stores such as Apache Jena , OpenRDF Sesame and ClioPatria.

It has seen uptake in Linked Data tools as well, including

  • Gosparqled (demo), an extension of YASQE providing context-dependent property and class autocompletions
  • Snapper (demo), a browser based Turtle editor
  • Visu (demo), the first library to extend YASR with Google Chart functionality
  • Brwsr, a Linked Data browser
  • Trifid-LD, a lightweight Linked Data server and proxy

Publishers are using as well, such as , the Smithsonian American Art museum ,the German National Library of Economics (ZWB) , Linked Open Vocabularies , the LOD Laundromat , MetaLex , linkedArc and the CEDAR project.


A big thanks goes out to:
  • Marijn Haverbeke for his great work on the CodeMirror library syntax highlighting library
  • The work done by Marat Charlaganov on, which is used for fetching URI labels found in SPARQL result sets
  • Nicolas Kruchten for his work on the PivotTable JS Library
  • Eetu Mäkelä, who extended YASR with Google Chart functionality (see here). His work was later directly integrated in YASR.