Once the data about a work is inserted through the tool interface, this is encoded as an OWL knowledge base and stored in a triple store. The data is first exported to a JSON object. Indeed our software uses a JSON schema to represent the data, structured according to the IMAGO ontology classes. The JSON object is processed by Java software, which transforms it into an OWL graph encoded in RDF/XML and Turtle formats. This software carries out its task by relying on the Apache Jena library. The graph is finally stored in a Fuseki triple store, and it can be queried through a SPARQL endpoint.