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[protege-discussion] Map widget
swt at stanford.edu
Tue Nov 20 15:59:55 PST 2012
The graph widget can use the values from 2 slots (slots for node and
link information) to display graphs.
Another possibility is to encapsulate the 3 values (longitude, latitude,
& iconURL) in an instance, and use a slot widget to display the values
of the instance (e.g., instanceTable widget).
On 11/19/2012 7:27 PM, Timothy Redmond wrote:
> I haven't been doing too much active development in Protege 3 for a
> while but my recollection is that there already are some widgets that
> depend on multiple slots. I suspect that it is not that tricky to
> implement but it has been a while.
> On the other hand, in Protege 4 I can tell you that there is no issue.
> You can create a view that changes what it displays depending on the
> selected individual and its property values.
> On 11/19/2012 04:12 PM, Olivier Rossel wrote:
>> Hi everyone.
>> I want to implement a map widget, that displays an icon on a map,
>> given three values:
>> - a longitude
>> - a latitude
>> - a iconURL
>> As far as I have seen in Protege, a widget displays the value(s) of a
>> My map widget is something different: a "3-slots-displayed-at-once"
>> Is it possible in Protege?
>> It there already such a "multi-slot-displayed-at-once" widget in the
>> main distribution or the plugins?
>> Does that sound tricky to implement?
>> Any comment and help is welcome !
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