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[protege-discussion] Clearing all Instances for an Ontology

Richard Dunlap rdunlap at asinc.com
Wed Apr 4 06:10:30 PDT 2007


Thomas Russ wrote:
> On Apr 2, 2007, at 12:12 PM, Schultz, Ron wrote:
> 
>> Thanks Thomas.
>>
>> Your assistance is greatly appreciated. I had never thought of
>> separating the concepts and instances as separate projects. Cool idea.
> 
> For some things this works well.
> 
> The only real drawback is that you can't easily interleave the
> editing of the classes and instances.  If you are creating instances
> and need to add new classes or slots, you have to save the instance
> project, open the class project, make changes and then go back in
> order to add the instances.
> 
> So it isn't always the best course.
> 
> But when things are closer to a production system and you have a
> fairly stable ontology with just the instances changing, it can
> be a useful way to organize the projects.
> 

For the transition from a work-in-progress system to a production 
system, is there an easy way within Protege to refactor one project 
apart into two?

-- Richard Dunlap




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