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[protege-discussion] Conceptual graphs issued from a Protégé frames project
swt at stanford.edu
Tue Feb 21 13:18:02 PST 2012
It's very easy to use the graph widget to set up the facility to draw
node-and-link diagram. Define 3 classes: concept, relation, and
conceptual graph. Define "nodes-and-links" multi-cardinality property on
conceptual graph, with allowed classes concept and relation. In Forms
tab, configure the property as a graph.
Check Protege documentation on the graph widget.
On 2/16/2012 7:47 AM, Jean-Louis JANIN wrote:
> I am looking for a simple way to draw and print *conceptual graphs,*
> (concepts in boxes and conceptual relations in circles), out of a
> Protégé Frames project version 3.4.8), to present and print a few of
> them, without any large development of a data base system, at the
> present stage of the project (master dissertation in linguistics, at
> Bordeaux 3 university, on a bilingual water lexicon, including an
> ontology of water data).
> What would be, perhaps, a better choice, for a future more systematic
> approach, with more collaborative capacities in computer programming.
> I am working on a Mac OS X, version 10.5.8, with Neo Office suite, and
> some previous experience in data bases with Window's Access.
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