It can convert a file or document, but can't convert data from one data format to another. This is the problem I am having. So, if anyone knows a tool which can convert Text file/document to triples in RDF format in a portable way please do share with me. I already had a question on this in a Google Group. One suggestion was making a wrapper around a file or extract and save the text as an RDF triples file. It seems this has already solved the issue (I don't remember his name) of converting Text file/document to an RDF triples. Thanks. I have been using two converters for the last couple of weeks A2RTF.exe — Convert text to RDF. EasyRDF.exe — Convert text to RDF text and RDF triples. The problem with both of these converters is that each conversion tool only has its own converter, which doesn't run automatically as a result. I would like to work on a portable tool, for the following reasons. I can't get the two programs to agree when I change the conversion parameters; I would like a user-friendly, self-contained, multi-stage script, that would work as a converter on its own. Furthermore, I am also thinking about creating a conversion tool based on the existing converters, so that the users cannot use any of the other converters to create their own RDF triples, and create files. That way users could choose which converter or converter families they like the most, but I still want to maintain a compatibility between all the converters and a user should still be able to use all the converter families, and so forth. So, I know that both conversion tools have to agree and work together. I am currently working on a script which would add the conversion parameters to both conversion tools, that would solve this, and add a “run-time” or automatic conversion option to both the converters as well. I want a script which is flexible so that the user could easily create a tool which would convert their text to different types of triples, so that it's all compatible.