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[protege-owl] using java objects to manipulate ontologies
mathilde.deffontaines at gmail.com
Mon Jul 5 11:14:35 PDT 2010
There is also an API java called JENA to manage owl files (generate them,
The tutorials are very good.
2010/7/4 Mark Rot <deus.mark at gmx.at>
> hi thomas,
> thanks for the link, i was just wandering if there is a tutorial on how to
> use the interfaces generated with kazuki in the earlier explained way..
> Am 04.07.2010 10:25, schrieb Thomas Russ:
>> On Jul 3, 2010, at 1:56 PM, Mark Rot wrote:
>>> i have a small example ontology with just one class called user and
>>> properties like e-mail, firstname and last name.. i now want to read the
>>> data out of the owl file, manipulate the data via java objects and want to
>>> save the manipulated data again as a new owl file. so i have a meta model as
>>> i wrote above and want to add a last name, first name and e-mail by using
>>> java and then i want to store the manipulated data as a new owl file. i use
>>> protege 3.4.3 and on the java side eclipse and the jena api.
>>> are there some tutorials on how i can manage this?
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