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[protege-discussion] Tania Tudorache <tudorache at stanford.edu>: Re: Editing UNSPSC with protege frames

tudorache at stanford.edu tudorache at stanford.edu
Wed Apr 30 13:26:16 PDT 2008


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Antonia,

There are two ways of editing RDF(S) files in protege:

1. Solution 1 is  to use the RDF Backend (the UI similar to Protege 
frames). Then, you need indeed two files: the schema (rdfs) and the 
instances file (rdf). However, the distinction about schema and 
instances is not a strict one. So, you can just create an empty rdf file 
(with the same name as the rdfs file, but with extension ".rdf"). You 
can use the file attached to this email and rename it. Start protege, 
click on New project, select "RDF Files" in the "Select Project Type" 
and enable the checkbox "Create from existing sources". Then follow the 
wizard steps.

2. Solution 2 is to use the Protege-OWL RDF backend (the UI will look 
like the Protege-OWL one). For this, you can use only one file (no need 
for the rdf file). Start Protege, "Create New project", select "OWL/RDFS 
files" and click "Create from existing sources" and in the next screen, 
add the rdfs file in the Ontology URI field.

I hope this helps.

Tania

Antonia Iliopoulou wrote:
> Hi everyone,
>  
> I would like to ask if there is anybody that has edited the unspsc 
> library with the protege frames.
> My problem is that in order to impoted it to the protege I need an 
> rdfs file (to describe the schema) and an rdf file (to describe the 
> instances). But I have only an rdfs file wich describes the instances 
> as classes. The solution I have thought is to transform this file into 
> 2 files (rdfs + rdf). But this procedure is time consuming as the file 
> is almost 4MB! Could you please give me an idea about what to do?
> Or if there is anyone who has already worked with this library could 
> he give me any clue?
>  
> Thank you in advance,
>  
> Best Regards,
> Antonia
>  
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