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[protege-owl] Instance tree graph

Michael Lodemann milo at informatik.uni-kiel.de
Fri Aug 20 06:15:48 PDT 2010


 Maybe this work gives you an entry point:
http://protege.stanford.edu/conference/2009/abstracts/S9P3Dmitrieva.pdf

Regards,
Michael

Am 20.08.2010 15:04, schrieb Miha Gres(ak:
>
> My question is not so Protege specific but maybe you could point me
> elsewhere or at least suggest me how to do it.
>
> With Protege I made an ontology that has some classes and instances.
> Class "Knowledge" has a property "hasSubKnowledge" which domain and
> range are both of type "Knowledge". I have around 200 individuals of
> type "Knowledge".
>
> I made a JSP and my job is to somehow graphically represent my
> "Knowledge" tree (RDF). Is it possible that ontology tree would appear
> on my site (so I generate it with one of the Java library)? It would
> be nice, In case of any changes in RDF the picture would update itself.
>
> What do you suggest me to do to achieve that?
>
> Thanks on any replies.
>
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