Navigating online resources in Protege (v 4.0 or >)
<Guillaume.Duclaux <at> csiro.au>
2011-02-02 05:09:49 GMT
I'm new to the Protege Mailing list and not an expert ontologist (at all), so please forgive any misnaming or
improper use of consecrated terms in the following message.
I'm running Protégé 4.0 (build 115) with the SKOS plugin to maintain and edit a few controlled
vocabularies on my local machine. These consist in series of RDF documents (with a mix of SKOS and OWL properties).
The RDFs are also stored in a Triple-Store and can be accessed/queried via a SPARQL end-point. Every
resource is identified by a RESTful http-URI (eg
http://resource.geosciml.org/classifier/cgi/lithology/0066) that is redirected (303 http status
code) to a SPARQL end-point query.
Every URI returns a valid RDF document where all the triples related to the selected entity are reported.
As I open load an ontology from one of the URI, the content of the RDF response is loaded into Protege cache and
I can visualise the resource, that's great!
However, Protege doesn't allow me to navigate the online resources: ie, when selecting a related
individual to the one I've loaded, the URI is not resolved and no content is available.
(1) In Protégé, load the following Ontology from the URI:
(2) Protege identifies 263 individuals associated with this conceptScheme
(3) Go to the "Individuals" tab, and select any individual (except the simpleLithology one that you've
(4) Selected individual doesn't have the rich content that is identify by its URI.
-->> Is there a way in the current version of Protege to enable navigation through online resources (ie with
It would be neat to select a resource and load its online content
I guess I could generate a new entry where all concepts are imported using owl:imports... but this would be
one more thing to maintain....
Dr Guillaume Duclaux
Mineral Down Under Flagship & AuScope Grid
CSIRO Earth Science and Resource Engineering
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