(1) I am interested to learn (and explain) the functionality of the graph search bar in Stardog Explorer. Below is a simplified graph created from the tutorial (Stardog Cloud). Aside from simplicity, one big difference is the data is virtualized (across Azure and Databricks).
Below is the graph and Explorer environment:
Let's say I'm interested in any instance or attribute of 'Texas' (or anything, really, simply testing search terms). I enter (Texas, 'Texas', "Texas", and `Texas`) into the search bar and the response is the same.
Is this a product of virtualization, improper search terms, or something else?
(Just to complete the loop, I'll enter a query through the "Query" builder looking for customers with an address (having the state attribute) equal to Texas:
(2) Each class has a collection of attributes linked to it. For example, 'Customer' has
ssn, and more. Is there a way to show these attributes? Thinking aloud, it would be great to show the attributes as nodes of the graph. Alternatively, I thought right-clicking and selecting 'Details' might display the attributes but this doesn't appear to be the case (see image below).
Now, I can click on an instance and see those attributes. But, intuitively (imo), it seems reasonable to try to display these at the class level: