RDF is swiftly becoming the lingua franca of life sciences (see for example [1,2]). Bioclipse is an excellent platform to visualize results from analysis of the network, both for graph visualization (see ), as well of visualization of domain specific data types (e.g. sequences, molecules, ...).
Yesterday I uploaded a Bioclipse feature that adds a rdf manager to handle RDF content, which includes SPARQL support. The below snippet shows application to the solubility data :