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[protege-owl] Letter of Support for continued SWRLTab Development

Trina Myers t.myers at
Sat Feb 14 02:09:25 PST 2009

Hi Martin,

It has been a while since I have emailed, thanks to your guidance in the
past. I have still been using SWRL as it is a major part of my PhD research.
At this stage I have maintained Protégé 3 simply because there is little
support for SWRL in Protégé 4. I have emailed Dr. Das our letter of support
but am attaching it here just in case (and FYI). 

Also, I might have been quiet on the forum with my own questions but am an
avid reader of the forum issues (in particular anything re SWRL). Thanks
again for all of your help in the past and hope to annoy you in future with
questions about SWRL in Protégé 4 :)


Trina Myers
School of Mathematics, Physics and Information Technology, 
James Cook University, 
Townsville. QLD 
email:  trina.myers at

-----Original Message-----
From: protege-owl-bounces at
[mailto:protege-owl-bounces at] On Behalf Of Martin O'Connor
Sent: Saturday, 14 February 2009 5:10 AM
To: User support for the Protege-OWL editor
Cc: Amar K. Das
Subject: [protege-owl] Letter of Support for continued SWRLTab Development


We are writing a proposal to request funding for future development of the
Protege-OWL SWRLTab and are looking for letters of support from users. These
future developments include a dramatic expansion of the SWRLTab's feature
set and porting to the Protege 4 platform.

Supports letters are very important for the type of proposal we are
submitting because they give reviewers a sense of the scale and scope of the
user community of projects, which are central criteria when making funding

I enclose a sample support letter. You can simply add a few project-specific
sentences to this letter to indicate how you use or plan to use the SWRLTab
and then print it on your institution's letterhead and sign it. You can then
(1) mail, (2) scan and email, or
(3) fax the letter. Instructions follow. We need the letters before the 20th
of February.

(1) Send the completed signed letter to:

Dr. Amar Das
Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research MSOB X267, 251 Campus
Drive Stanford, California 94305-5479

(2) Scan the signed letter and email it to: das at

(3) Fax the signed letter attention Amar Das: +1-650-725-7944

Martin O'Connor

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