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[protege-discussion] Data mining tab?; Applications?

Craig Ugoretz craigugoretz2 at gmail.com
Wed May 27 00:18:49 PDT 2009


  Hello,


>      I am interested in learning how to provide data mining services to
> businesses and other groups by way of Protege ontologies.  I have come
> across a paper on a DBOM tab for Protege to aid in converting relational
> data to a Protege ontology.  Is this tab, by chance, open sourced?  If not,
> what can I use for an alternative?  Once the data is converted to an
> ontology, how does one integrate the data with existing ontological data
> and/or augment the data to create value?  Is there any literature that
> discusses this?  Then, I see there is a Protege2Jena tab.  Once the data is
> converted to Jena, I have found an open source system known as SPARQL-ML (
> http://www.ifi.uzh.ch/ddis/research/semweb/sparql-ml/) that is open
> source.  SPARQL-ML extends SPARQL to do data mining and uses ARQ, a
> component of Jena (I think?).  Would it be desirable to make SQARQL-ML a tab
> and/or plugin for Protege?
>
>     I am very new to all this and am afraid that I just know the
> buzzwords.  I would appreciate any insights that others could give me.  In
> summary, I am researching services that would provide insights for
> businesses and other entities regarding their data.  Perhaps the above
> technologies might play a role in this pursuit?
>
>                   Thanks kindly,
>                   Craig Ugoretz
>
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