Triples are units of data that show subjects, objects, and the relationship between them.
Triples consist of three important pieces of information, often referred to as statements – a subject, an action (predicate), and an object. Think of it as connecting the dots between different facts and data points, creating a clear picture of the relationships between things.
When triples are combined, they connect information that has a common element, like products or industries, that multiple organizations are associated with. This reveals relationships and connections among different entities, at both a granular level, and across the industry universe.
This example shows Coca Cola Company and Pepsi Co compete in Apple Juice Manufacturing,but not in Corn Chips or Chocolate Bars.