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[protege-discussion] plug-in to visualize ontologies OWL
jzmir1 at hotmail.com
Thu Jun 9 01:20:38 PDT 2011
The best tool is OWLProViz. Visit protege add on site, download the plugin OWLPropViz. For is installation, please follow the instructions, it is important. After installation you can see the plugin on the screen but it would not work. Click on OWLPropViz icon will open the window OWLPropViz. Then Click on options and then Browse and establish the link of OWL PropViz plugin like this C:\Program Files\Protege_4.0.2\Graphviz2.26.3\bin\dot.exe. It should now work.
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Date: Thu, 9 Jun 2011 09:00:01 +0100
From: chabnasri at gmail.com
To: protege-discussion at lists.stanford.edu
Subject: [protege-discussion] plug-in to visualize ontologies OWL
- Can you send me the plugin or give me the name of the plugin which exists in Protege to visualize ontologies OWL knowing that these ontologies are created and stored for example under "D: \ work " and having as extenstion "*. owl " for example " O1.owl ?
- Can you tell me (preferably by screen printing ) how we visualise ontologies that are created in Protégé ?
- There are three types of ontology OWL Lite, DL and Full. What the difference and which type have the example of ontologies in Protege for exemple "pizza.owl" ?
- for an ontology, what are the different classes that exist in Protege ?
- If I run directly Protege without Eclipse then I noticed that the new plugin created that does not exist in the plugins list.
I have a JDK version 1.6 and I work with Protege version 3.4.1. What is the version of JDK for Protege version 3.4.1 ?
Is it a problem of JDK ?
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