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[protege-discussion] Loading and saving RDFS

Timothy Redmond tredmond at stanford.edu
Tue Mar 27 07:51:00 PDT 2012


> However, if there are no plans to support plain RDF(S) in the future
> releases of Protege, I suppose I'll need to check if there are some
> other ontology design tools available. Would you have some
> recommendations?

This is a bit strong - there are plans to support plain RDF(S) in the 
future. But unfortunately at the moment Protege doesn't have a good 
solution for this and I don't know of one.

-Timothy

On 03/27/2012 02:08 AM, Marko Niinimaki wrote:
> Dear Timothy,
>
> thank you for your reply.
>
> On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 6:02 PM, Timothy Redmond<tredmond at stanford.edu>  wrote:
>> The short answer is probably not.
>>
>> I am guessing that what you are trying to do is to remove the owl vocabulary
>> from an RDF/XML serialization of the OWL file.   If so there is no tool but
>> it wouldn't be hard for a developer (1/2 hour of work) to create such a
>> tool.
>>
>> As an aside, I am not sure what advantage you will get out of this change.
>>   Before the change, an RDF/XML serialization is readable by both RDF and OWL
>> tools.  After the change the file is only readable by RDF tools.
> The motivation is simply that we have allocated 3 sessions to explain
> our students what RDF is and how to use it. In the first session we
> present RDF, in the second an editing tool, and in the 3rd one the
> students will create and populate an ontology. OWL would need another
> session, it is hard to explain its added value for students who just
> learned RDF, and it will generally just confuse the students.
>
> However, if there are no plans to support plain RDF(S) in the future
> releases of Protege, I suppose I'll need to check if there are some
> other ontology design tools available. Would you have some
> recommendations?
>
> Yours,
> Marko
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