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[protege-discussion] protege-discussion Digest, Vol 18, Issue 14

hhuang hui-min.huang at nist.gov
Thu Jan 17 11:01:44 PST 2008


A comment and another question:

Thanks for the response.  The "trick," to me, was having to click the 
"save as gif" option prior to clicking the "create graph" button.  I 
did it the other way around yesterday.  As far as whether the 
eventual dot program input is a Word file, it is shown on my Window 
XP desktop as a Word file.

What I ended up doing yesterday was to re-save the Word file as .txt 
and use a DOS command to draw the graph (as another one of you 
advised), and save the output as a .pdf file.  The advantage of .pdf 
seems to be that I can easily print a large model on multiple pages, 
whereas the printout for a .gif file seems to be squeezing everything 
on one page that became not legible.

Now my next question:

I noticed that when a Slot of the Instance type is created and 
multiple classes are allowed, those classes are in the OR 
relationship.  For example, I created three classes: Car, 
Transmission, and Engine and a Slot called Contains.  I, then 
included the Transmission and Engine classes in the "Allowed Classes" 
pane in the Contains Slot form.  What I get would be:  a Car Contains 
Instances of Engine Or Transmission.
Any advice, other than creating two individual slots?

Thanks,

At 03:14 PM 1/16/2008, you wrote:
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>Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2008 10:55:31 -0800
>From: Thomas Russ <tar at ISI.EDU>
>Subject: Re: [protege-discussion] protege-discussion Digest, Vol 18,
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>To: User support for Core Protege and the Protege-Frames editor
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>On Jan 15, 2008, at 9:51 AM, hhuang wrote:
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> > Hi,
> >
> > The OntoViz manual
> > 
> (<http://protege.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?OntoViz#nid6C6>http://protege.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?OntoViz#nid6C6)
> > states that the graphs can be saves as gif in the "Ontoviz Global
> > Options."  However, it generates a Word file for me, instead that
> > contains coordinates of the graphics.  Does anyone have any advice?
>
>Actually, the .dot file is not a Word file at all.  That's one of the
>hazards of trying to use file extensions to determine file type.  You
>get conflicts.  It is a plain text file with commands in the dot
>language (the input language to the dot program).
>
>If you go to the options page and check the box to also save the file
>as gif, you should also see a .gif file in the same directory as
>the .dot file.
>
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