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[protege-owl] XSLT template for OWL?
nigam at stanford.edu
Thu Sep 28 09:39:59 PDT 2006
There is this XSLT (attached) which converts the Gene Ontology (in
XML) to OWL. Might be usefull to you.
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> Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2006 15:26:57 +0000 (UTC)
> From: Matt Johnson <mjohnson at accoona.com>
> Subject: [protege-owl] XSLT template for OWL?
> To: protege-owl at lists.Stanford.EDU
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> Hi all,
> I'm very new to Protege, and am trying to find a way to
> transform taxonomies
> created using a vocabulary manager and encoded in XML into to
> OWL docs. The
> most straightforward way to do this would seem to be via the
> use of an XSLT doc.
> However, my proficiency with XSLT is limited, so before
> attempting to author
> such a document myself from scratch, I have been searching (thus far
> without success) for a template to crib off of.
> Does anyone know of an XSLT doc designed for this purpose
> which I might use as a
> model? Or is there an alternative approach to moving
> XML-encoded data into OWL
> for purposes of editing it in Protege?
> Many thanks,
> Matt Johnson
> Taxonomy Analyst, Accoona Corp.
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