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[protege-discussion] Making a case for Protégé
tudorache at stanford.edu
Mon Oct 22 10:52:43 PDT 2007
We do have on a wiki a page that describe some of the projects that use
You may find there interesting examples. I know about one of the
projects in the linguistic domain (but I think it's in French): CAFE,
you will see it on the wiki page from above.
I hope this helps.
Paul Johnston wrote:
> I work at Manchester University helping with IT requirements for
> research projects within the Faculty of Humanities
> What we mainly end up putting together is databases with some kind of
> In a couple of cases I have suggested an ontology would be a
> possibility but generally get the reaction “a what” or “not sure if
> that is okay shouldn’t we stick to what we have always done”
> Does anyone have an accessible piece of research out using Protégé
> there which I could show people to get a feel of what you can do with
> Protégé ?
> Something towards the Social Sciences, Literature or Linguistics would
> be great but not essential.
> Research proposals are often quite vague in as much as “it would be
> nice if something was made available” but I often think a straight
> database limits people to asking the questions that were initially
> thought by the research and they are often not reused again L
> Any thoughts gratefully received.
> Paul Johnston
> Humanities Development
> Manchester University
> Lewis Library
> Dover Street
> 0161 275 1396
> Programmers are in a race with the Universe to create bigger and
> better idiot-proof programs,
> while the Universe is trying to create bigger and better idiots.
> So far the Universe is winning.
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