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[protege-owl] Using datatype properties in 3.4

Samson Tu swt at stanford.edu
Tue Mar 10 10:02:05 PDT 2009


Fumbling fingers sent the message prematurely.

After you've checked the two preference settings, you should be able to 
set the ranges of a float or integer-valued data property.

Samson


Samson Tu wrote:
> Go to OWL/preferences, under Protege Features, check "Import Protege 
> metadata ontology" and "Support user-defined XML Schema datatype 
> (numeric ranges)".
> 
> After that, when you create datatype property
> 
> 
> babar shahzad wrote:
>> Hi every one,
>>
>> I have to use datatype properties in my ontology & I am using 3.4.
>> Sadly, there is nothing in 3.4 tutorial to explore how we use datatype properties. Also 3.4 which is very rigiDDD, built in properties like >=, <= are kind of things represent cardinality; no of association among instances, not take into account value kind of thing. Its how I perceived at least.
>>
>> Can any one help me how can I use data type properties in 3.4, like " ClassA and hasPositionX some float [>= 0 , <11] ", it can be written easily in p4 but 3.4 ??!!
>>
>> Any resource that explores these things...
>> any kind of help will be very appreciated by me.
>>
>>  
>> Babar Shahzad Chaudary, 
>> +358408532112         
>> Deptt of Information Processing
>> Science,
>> University of Oulu, Finland.
>>
>>
>>
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