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[protege-discussion] Datatype Properties

Julian Vincent j.f.v.vincent at bath.ac.uk
Thu Sep 9 12:12:22 PDT 2010


WIll this usage allow me to rank the classes according to the numerical value of the datatype (e.g. 0 is good, 1 is bad, with all values in between)?

Julian


On 9 Sep 2010, at 18:24, Alex Shkotin wrote:

> Hi Julian,
> 
> may be Annotation (not Datatype) property is good for you.
> There are some there, but you may create your own.
> 
> This is a direct way to assing class (as entity) a value.
> 
> Alex
> 
> 2010/9/9 Julian Vincent <j.f.v.vincent at bath.ac.uk>
> I'm having trouble with attaching numerical values to classes in P4.1.  I want to add an index to each class which I can then use to estimate how similar each class is to a set of criteria, which also define the class.  I have created a Datatype but can't work out how to attach a numerical value to it.  The form I have used is that in the OWL tutorial v. 1.2 (<DatatypeName> some decimal[=0.xxxx]) where xxxx are digits.  This is pretty much what's written in the tutorial text, but doesn't work.  What am I doing wrong?
> 
> Thanks
> Julian Vincent
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