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[protege-owl] any means to export OWLViz display of contents into an image?
Raj.Mudunuri at medizin.uni-leipzig.de
Tue Aug 21 04:14:26 PDT 2007
Yes, this is what I was looking for... I'm feeling stupid that I didn't
recognize this button :( thanx anyway...
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Sent: Dienstag, 21. August 2007 00:32
To: User support for the Protege-OWL editor
Subject: Re: [protege-owl] any means to export OWLViz display of
contents into an image?
I am totally beginner with OWLViz, but reading your message out of
curiosity I checked what can be done. This is what I found:
I started the latest *Protege 3.3 Beta*, and in the OWLViz tab near the
"Zoom in" and "Zoom out" button I found an icon with a little green
arrow in a file picture with the tooltip "Export To Image" which does
exactly what you want:
it exports your asserted or inferred model in PNG, JPEG, SVG or DOT
files, which you can print out later on whatever paper you wish.
Hope this helped,
Mudunuri, Raj wrote:
> I can see my ontology in the OWLViz tab, but the ontology is little
> too big for the screen to capture all at once... I have to scroll
> through it if I have to see all the contents of the OWLViz... I want
> take a print out of this visualization on an A3 sheet, but I don't
> know whether there is a way to do it... what I'm doing now is, capture
> screen by screen and print it in different A4 papers... so, cud
> suggest me if there is a convenient way to export the visualization
> into an image?
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