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Web interface via browser/browserless  RDF 1.1 (RDF 1.1 Schema v 1) and RDF 1.1 (RDF 1.1 Schema v 2) standards as well as RDF 1.1 (RDF 1.1 Schema v 3) and RDF 1.1 (RDF 1.1 Schema v 4) standards. RDF 1.0 and RDF 1.1 as well as many RDF-X/XML/HTML formats. See the section below on the test bed. This article details how you can build one, or any number of test beds with your preferred configuration. It also includes a brief overview of the test bed, a list of available RDF validators in the toolbox, a collection of tests, and a sample test suite. Note that for each test there are three steps: (1) Building the test (2) running the test (3) publishing. See Building the test for details. There is also an example of running the test for use with the Tested's built-in validation. The tests are simple and simple to adapt to your specific needs. It is important to note, however, that even with simple tests, sometimes you may be better off with some external tools and approaches that automate the process and enable you to focus instead on building your own tests. For example, I use the XSLT extension test-xml-validate to validate RDF documents against XSLT. It is, however, generally considered poor practice to rely on any tools to validate RDF in code without a good understanding of data modelling, and to rely on a tool to validate a given specification without first establishing an understanding of the domain or environment they will work in. The examples section explains some details of the test and how to run the test. The full list of tests and their descriptions is as follows: Simple validator, runs the RDF validator against selected shapes and formats (e.g..mph,.rfc-1) of RDF Schema v 1.