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[protege-discussion] ideas to represent ontology

Alexander Garcia Castro alexgarciac at gmail.com
Sat Feb 7 01:53:46 PST 2009


u could use jambalaya, that is part of the standard protege distribution.
there are several visualization plugins for protege.

On Sat, Feb 7, 2009 at 10:40 AM, GEORGE LITSIOS <litsiosgeorgios at hotmail.com
> wrote:

>  Hello all,
>
> Sorry if the e-mail came two time but i didn't received it in the list.
>
> I have made one ontology for my master thesis and now i want to document it
> in my master thesis document. But i have no idea what to use so to visualize
> it in a good way in my document. The ontology has at most 4 levels in the
> hierarchy of subclasses, and after this the individuals.  Do you have any
> proposition, at which tool to use to visualize it in a good way, and put it
> in my documentation, so someone to be in position to can read it in a good
> way?
>
> I'm using protege 3.3.1 and thw ontology is in owl-dl.
>
> with regards
> George
>
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