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h3. Importing data

Now, go to the import view by clicking *Data \-> Import*. The default tab should be *Local files* and this is the import method that you are going to use for the simple file. Get the [^wine.ttl] file, click the upload icon in the import view and select the file from your local computer. Then click *Import* on the right side of the file. This will open some advanced settings for the import, which you can ignore for now and just proceed. This will upload the file and import it in your repository. At the end of this process, you will see something like the following:
Go to the import view by clicking *Data \-> Import*. The default tab should be *Local files* and this is the import method for a simple file. Get the [Quick Start^wine.ttl] file, click the upload icon in the import view and select the file from your local computer. Then click *Import* on the right side of the file. This will open some advanced settings for the import, which you can ignore for now and just proceed. The file is uploaded and imported in your repository.

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Now, you can go to the sparql view by clicking the SPARQL menu item. Click *Run* to execute the default query and it will select everything from the repository. You will see the results underneath the form. The default is a tabular representation of the results but there are different visualization tabs that you can use to explore your data.
h3. Query data
Go to the SPARQL view by clicking the SPARQL menu item. Click *Run* to execute the default query. It selects everything from the repository. By default the results are presented in a tabular form but there are also other visualization tabs for exploring the data.

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