Creating a New Project in WebProtégé from an Existing Project

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Creating a New Project in WebProtégé from an Existing Project

huelarm

Would like to know how to correctly create a new project from an existing WebProtégé project.

 

Respectfully,

 

Melinda H. Huelar
Solutions Architect & Systems Engineer Principal | Engineering, Integration & Logistics
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Re: Creating a New Project in WebProtégé from an Existing Project

Michael DeBellis-2
Melinda, 

I think there may be other ways to do it but one way is to download the owl file from the existing project and then just create a new project and load that file. From within WebProtege select the ontology you want to start from from the list of ontologies. That should take you to a screen with Classes, Properties,..., History (each with three horizontal lines next to them) across the top. Click on History. That should take you to a window where you have the latest version and there is a small icon that says "R1" (or whatever the appropriate number is) over in the right corner. Click on that and you should get a drop down menu with one option being "Download Revision 1". Select that. It will prompt you for the location to save the owl file. You can then go to the home screen of WebProtege and click on the big "Create New Project" button in the upper left corner and you can choose the saved owl file using the "Choose File" button in the lower left corner of the dialog that pops up. 

Note, you can also use this owl file in the desktop version of Protege if you have it which will give you access to the reasoner. Also, one tip that I find useful is that if you create something in the Desktop version and want to share it on WebProtege with the inferences from the Reasoner you can use the "File>Export inferred axioms as ontology" option in the desktop version (after you've run the reasoner of course). 

Hope that is what you needed, let us know if you still have questions. 

Michael

On Tue, Apr 9, 2019 at 12:28 PM Huelar, Melinda H. <[hidden email]> wrote:

Would like to know how to correctly create a new project from an existing WebProtégé project.

 

Respectfully,

 

Melinda H. Huelar
Solutions Architect & Systems Engineer Principal | Engineering, Integration & Logistics
tel: 310.535.6304
melinda.h.huelar@saic.com | saic.com | @SAICinc

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