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[protege-discussion] Using the Tutorial: Things don't look right

Bruce Whealton bruce at
Sun Jun 19 15:11:42 PDT 2011

         So, I got the vocabulary named BIO for Biographic information and 
imported it into Protégé 3.x.  Strangely it didn't actually import or 
include a namespace prefix of bio.  So, I'm a little confused.  If the 
vocabulary is defined and available on the web, should I or do I need to 
import it to use it?  Or do I just add a namespace prefix which links to the 
vocabulary specification?  I thought for the purpose of learning, I would do 
something with BIO and REL for relationships and start describing an 
ontology and dataset with genealogy information.
I already have foaf that came with Protégé.  So, I'm not sure how best to do 
       I noticed there plugin extensions for saving triple stores from the 
data that is modeled in Protégé though that may or may not be what the 
intention of Protégé was designed to accomplish - to be a RDF store, as it 

-----Original Message----- 
From: maroun
Sent: Sunday, June 19, 2011 4:29 AM
To: protege-discussion at
Subject: Re: [protege-discussion] Using the Tutorial: Things don't look 

Hi Bruce,

1) Right click doesn’t work in the Frames editor

it is actually not supported.

2) I noticed that tutorial was about Protégé 3.x which might explain the
problems I was having.  So, is there a similar getting started tutorial for
Protégé 4.x?

follow the link below:

3) Can both versions import existing ontologies/vocabularies?

yes, go to the active ontology panel in the frames editor and click on
import ontology and browse the one you want to import

when done you should have something similar to :


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