... has never been easier, and I have to say, with Virtuoso it already was easy.
Step 1: download the jar and fire up the server
OK, you do need Java installed, and for many this is still the case, despite Oracle doing their very best to totally ruin it for everyone. But seriously, visit the Blazegraph website (@blazegraph) and download the jar and type:
$ java -jar blazegraph.jar
It will give some output on the console, including a webpage with SPARQL endpoint, upload form etc.
That it tracks past queries is a nice extra.
Step 2: there is no step two
Step 3: OK, OK, you also want to try a SPARQL from the command line
Now, I have to say, the webpage does not have a "Download CSV" button on the SPARQL endpoint. That would be great, but doing so from the command line is not too hard either.
$ curl -i -H "Accept: text/csv" --data-urlencode \
But it would be nice if you would not have to copy/paste the query into a file, or go to the command line in the first place. Also, I had some trouble finding the correct SPARQL endpoint URL, as it seems to have changed at least twice in recent history, given the (outdated) documentation I found online (common problem; no complaint!).
HT to Andra who first mentioned Blazegraph to me, and the Blazegraph team.