I’m a relatively new user of DGraph and I’m trying to load the Freebase RDF triples onto DGraph for querying. I am using the standard freebase-rdf-latest.gz file provided by the Google. When I run the dgraphloader command however, I face the following problem:
2017/10/02 15:52:45 Error while parsing RDF: parsing time "-0410" as "2006": cannot parse "-0410" as "2006", on line:723854 <http://rdf.freebase.com/ns/g.120vz05y> <http://rdf.freebase.com/ns/people.deceased_person.date_of_death> "-0410"^^<http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#gYear>"
I realize that there is some sort of formatting problem in the .gz file but is there a way to ignore such triples and load all the others without exiting when an error occurs?
Also, what can I as a user do to make sure that such errors don’t occur. I can edit the triple file but that seemed like a bad way to go about it. (Since the rdf file is a standard one and all)