In other sections of the Wiki, examples with RDF data are always given using the Turtle syntax.
Guide for Turtle in ThingIn: https://wiki.thinginthefuture.com/public/Avatar_tutorial
From Thing in version 2.5.0 and onward, Thing in provides full compatibility with equivalent RDF formats, namely:
This compatibility is ensured both for Input and Output, meaning one can inject data already formatted in one of these formats, and request this data back in any format (including json formats).
Additionnally, experimental compatibility with W3C's recommendation RDF-star is added in 2.5.0. This extension of RDF allows to include properties on edges, which in the context of ThingIn allows for example to add and retrieve metadata about edges in the same manner as JSON formats (see https://wiki.thinginthefuture.com/public/AvatarJsonFormatEvolution2).
Guide for RDF-STAR in ThingIn : https://wiki.thinginthefuture.com/en/public/RDF-STAR_support
From version 2.5.0 and onwards, ontology namespace prefixes are managed transparently by the Ontology Lookup Service. Prefixes can be added by users if required. API : https://olsapi.qlf.thinginthefuture.com/api/v2/doc/index.html#/ontologies/get_ontologies_prefixes
These prefixes are now used in the following formats for better human-readability and payload size reduction: Turtle, JSON-LD, TriG, N-Quads.