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Knowledge graphs (KGs) are important assets for search, analytics, and recommendations. However, querying a KG to explore entities and discover facts is difficult and tedious, even for users with skills in SPARQL. First, users are not familiar with the structure and labels of entities, classes and relations. Second, KGs are bound to be incomplete, as they capture only major facts about entities and their relationships and miss out on many of the more subtle aspects. We demonstrate TriniT, adoi:10.14778/3007263.3007299 fatcat:jcakqg332neevmwbxv6hvzk4my