Commit 1df672a9 authored by Josh Kunz's avatar Josh Kunz

Adds some examples to the readme.

parent e1b0363e
......@@ -56,15 +56,25 @@ knowledge graph in the form explained above. Python example
import requests
response = requests.get("/graph")
On success, the status code __200__ will be returned and the json-representation
of the knowledge graph will be in the response body. *Example response graph*:
{"a": [{"label": "b", "to": "q"}, {"label": "b", "to": "z"}],
"b": [{"label": "c", "to": "x"}, {"label": "c", "to": "z"}],
"z": [{"label": "b", "to": "a"}]}
If you perform a __POST__ request against this endpoint and the body
of the __POST__ request is a graph then the knowledge graph managed by
the server is updated to contain the union of the submitted graph and the
graph on the server.
import requests, json
graph = ...
graph = ...
response ="/graph", data = json.dumps(graph))
An empty response and __200__ response code means that the update was
### /query
If you perform __POST__ request against this endpoint and the body
......@@ -83,3 +93,13 @@ to the value "value".
import requests, json
query_graph = ...
response ="/query", data = json.dumps(query_graph))
On success, the response code will be __200__ and the query result in JSON format
will be in the response body. *Example response*:
[{"context": {"A": "z", "B": "b", "C": "a"},
"graph": {"a": [{"label": "b", "to": "z"}],
"z": [{"label": "b", "to": "a"}]}},
{"context": {"A": "a", "B": "b", "C": "z"},
"graph": {"a": [{"label": "b", "to": "z"}],
"z": [{"label": "b", "to": "a"}]}}]
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