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[protege-owl] Saving ontology with inferred instances
chema.ar at gmail.com
Mon Apr 2 06:13:55 PDT 2007
In the OWLClasses tab you can select inferred view (top-right), and then
appears a new window (SubClass Explorer) inside this tab showing inferred
hierarchy, also a button is offered us to save the inferred ontology
(previously you should use the menu options to check consistency, inferred
types and classify taxonomy) .
I suggest you save this ontology as "name.owl" and after, load this file
with the open wizard "creating a new project from existing resources"
On other hand, I recommend you use pellet as reasoner, it is open source
(source code is available) and works fine.
Using Jena requires create a new Java program, load ontologies, etc. is
too heavy if you just need save the new ontology, nevertheless If you need
examples I could send you some of them.
On 4/2/07, Marisa Santos Amaro <marisa.osantos at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi people:
> I need a new help/answer for a basic problem: after running a reasoner,
> how can I save an Protege ontology with the inferred instances ?
> If it cannot be done using Protege, how can I do it using Jena? Does
> anyone have an example code for such situation ?
> Thanks a lot,
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