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[protege-owl] Question about Protege 4 Renderings
james at howison.name
Sat Oct 18 12:23:01 PDT 2008
I'm certain there are good reasons, but perhaps you help me understand
when it's useful to process RDF as XML (as opposed to using a library
like Jena/Redland to process it as RDF?). For example can one use
XLST to transform it (and is that easier than working programmatically
with the RDF statements serialized in the XML)?
On 18 Oct 2008, at 2:11 PM, Sara Paiva wrote:
> Good afternoon,
> i am working with Protégé 4 now and i see there is the possibity of
> rendering the ontology in several formats. I am interested in XML
> format so
> that leaves me with RDF/XML or OWL/XML.
> I would like to know the advantages/disadvantages of making the
> rendering in
> either ways.
> If i want to process the XML file that represents the ontology, is
> there any
> specification of how the rendering in both cases is done?
> I appreciate any help on this matter.
> Thanks in advance
> Sara Paiva
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