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[protege-owl] Ontology visualization
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Fri Mar 13 03:32:35 PDT 2009
What I ment with re-initialization is that the ontology gets its shape as with the opening of the ontology.
I had to reload the ontology a few times after browsing because I went lost. This can perhaps easily be solved.
Perhaps the feature exists and I do not see it right now.
Thanks to your program I remarked that the consistency is gone for Pellet and not for FaCT++.
The latter reasoner is the one I use normally.
This is very strange since I tried to find the reason with other programs too: Mindswap, Wonderweb,...
The findings they report do not match with what is found really in the ontology.
Since I use XML/OWL, that could be the reason.
I'll try with RDF/OWL and see what the reasoners report.
If any-one in the group has experience with this different appreciation of Pellet/FaCT++ please let it know.
Thanks in advance.
Date: Thu, 12 Mar 2009 22:21:07 +0100
From: Julia Dmitrieva <juliadmtr at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [protege-owl] Ontology visualization
To: User support for the Protege-OWL editor
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Thank you Eddy for reaction.
I think now that I need to implement it
also without reasoner, because very frequently
people make inconsistent ontologies at the beginning.
Could you explain more clearly what you mean with " re-initialize".
With best regards,
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