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[protege-owl] storing an ontology in RDF/XML format
tudorache at stanford.edu
Mon Mar 30 17:10:32 PDT 2009
If you use the "Pure RDF Schema without OWL" profile when you create a
new ontology in Protege, the editor will create rdfs:Classes rather than
owl:Classes. When you save the file, you can name it "example.rdf".
Protege will add a owl:Ontology statement at the beginning of the file,
which is OWL specific. You can delete that statement in a text editor
and then you get a more or less "pure" RDF file.
Even if you do not remove that statement, I am pretty sure that other
RDF tools will be able to work fine with the file.
babar shahzad wrote:
> Since RDF frame works like Jena, Allegrograph allows to build a graph from an RDF/XML format file i.e. 'example.rdf' as is described in either framework corresponding tutorial. But when an ontology made in protege is stored as
> 'RDF/XML' format, its saved with extension .owl ; does it has no consequences OR there is some other way to store file with rdf extension.
> thanX for any kind of help in advance.....
> Babar Shahzad Chaudary,
> Deptt of Information Processing
> University of Oulu, Finland.
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