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[protege-discussion] Output Format of the Query Results
Cecil O. Lynch, MD, MS
clynch at surewest.net
Tue Apr 24 19:52:22 PDT 2007
Any time you include more than 2 variables, only 1 delimiter is constructed.
Seems like it just does not loop with the number of variables.
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Subject: Re: [protege-discussion] Output Format of the Query Results
Here's a screenshot of Protege, where the results are being outputed:
Here's the output i get:
It's not possible to distinguish where one number ends and another one
begins. Could you please explain how you to get delimited results?
Jennifer Vendetti wrote:
> I tested the Queries tab just now and the output is tab delimited. Can
> you give more detail about how to reproduce output where delimiters are
> Lanse wrote:
>> When I try to export the search results from the querries tab to
>> protege_querry_results.txt, I receive them in a bad format--there is no
>> to distinstinguish the values from one another becuase they are not
>> seperated. I am trying to change the output format, so that there is a
>> space or a tab between the slot values. Do you know if this would be
>> implemented in Protege in the near future, or how can I accomplish this
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