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[protege-owl] [protege-discussion] Difficulties loading ontologies in OWLSight
tredmond at stanford.edu
Tue Aug 10 17:00:37 PDT 2010
On 08/10/2010 03:53 PM, Martin O'Connor wrote:
> Send me the version of SQWRL.owl that you tried it with and please
> indicate the errors that you got and the version you were using, etc.
I suspect that it doesn't load into OWLSight because OWLSight probably
uses the version 2.0 OWL API which can't handle any builtins outside the
specified list. Anyway - Jennifer is right - the Clark-Parsia folk can
answer that more accurately than I can.
> Jennifer Vendetti wrote:
>> Hello Nancy,
>> OWLSight was developed by clark&parsia, not the Protege group. If
>> you're having trouble with their tool, you may want to post your
>> message on their mailing list:
>> The SQWRL example ontology is just an OWL file, so theoretically it
>> should load in an OWL ontology browser. I've copied the protege-owl
>> mailing list on this response, in case Martin wants to add anything.
>> In the future, please use the protege-owl mailing list for questions
>> about SQWRL:
>> On 8/8/2010 2:27 AM, mbikinyi brat wrote:
>>> I have taken the RDF/XML format of the SQWRL sample ontology(see
>>> file attached) and pasted the OWLSight web-browser, and when I run
>>> it it shows the error message attached. Can someone explain to why so?
>>> My second question is are there any open source or even commercial
>>> SWRL web-browsers? That is a web ontology browser that you can load
>>> an ontology and be able to write SWRL or SQWRL rules to query your
>>> ontology after dumping your ontology into the browser?
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