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[protege-owl] Using protege 4.1 API in a Java Application

Thomas Schneider schneidt at
Thu Jul 8 00:34:22 PDT 2010

If you don't need the GUI, but all capabilities to represent,  
manipulate, read and write OWL ontologies, then, yes, this is all in  
the OWL API. It comes with two jar files, owlapi-bin.jar and owlapi- 
src.jar, which you need to add to your project. It also comes with the  
usual javadoc as well as step-by-step examples at 
  . And then there's a separate mailing list for OWL API related  



On 7 Jul 2010, at 22:14, Dmitry Repchevsky wrote:

> I am not sure about a high-level functionality, but Protegé uses The  
> OWL API as a parser (
> Cheers,
> D.
> On 07/07/2010 21:04, Marcelino Sente wrote:
>> Hi.
>> I want to know how can i use the protege 4.1 functionalities in my  
>> Java Application. Which libraries (jar) I must use? Where I can  
>> obtain these libraries? There are sample source codes that  
>> ilustrates the use of this libraries in a java application?
>> Thanks!
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