How do you visualize/display your ontologies?

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How do you visualize/display your ontologies?

Elisabeth A. Immer
Hi all,

I'm looking for some approach to displaying an OWL ontology in a
visual way (i.e., a graph, or some other form of diagram).  I've
tried OWLViz; it does not work for me (see my message from a week ago
if you're interested in the details).  I'm currently experimenting
with Jambalaya.  Are there other approaches that you would recommend?

many thanks,
Lis Immer
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Re: How do you visualize/display your ontologies?

Ramachandran, Rahul
Liz,
We are experimenting with TouchGraph. [http://www.touchgraph.com/]. You
can try out our demo @
http://maya.itsc.uah.edu/OntologyViz/graph2.1/TGLinkBrowser.html

Type Temperature as the search term. You can double click
specializations to see all the child nodes.

Hope this helps.

-RxR

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Rahul Ramachandran, Ph.D.
Research Scientist
Information Technology and Systems Center
University of Alabama in Huntsville
Huntsville, AL 35899
Tel: (256)-824-5157
Fax: (256)-824-5149
email: [hidden email]
Center Homepage: http://itsc.uah.edu
Personal Homepage: http://maya.itsc.uah.edu

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Subject: [protege-owl] How do you visualize/display your ontologies?

Hi all,

I'm looking for some approach to displaying an OWL ontology in a
visual way (i.e., a graph, or some other form of diagram).  I've
tried OWLViz; it does not work for me (see my message from a week ago
if you're interested in the details).  I'm currently experimenting
with Jambalaya.  Are there other approaches that you would recommend?

many thanks,
Lis Immer
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Scott L Holmes
To be honest - I gave up - everything ends up being more complicated than my werie brain can handle. I use KnowledgeTree Tab plug-in exclusively. Not sexy, no. But immeniently useful.
 
Scott

 
On 5/3/06, Ramachandran, Rahul <[hidden email]> wrote:
Liz,
We are experimenting with TouchGraph. [http://www.touchgraph.com/ ]. You
can try out our demo @
http://maya.itsc.uah.edu/OntologyViz/graph2.1/TGLinkBrowser.html

Type Temperature as the search term. You can double click
specializations to see all the child nodes.

Hope this helps.

-RxR

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Rahul Ramachandran, Ph.D.
Research Scientist
Information Technology and Systems Center
University of Alabama in Huntsville
Huntsville, AL 35899
Tel: (256)-824-5157
Fax: (256)-824-5149
email: [hidden email]
Center Homepage: http://itsc.uah.edu
Personal Homepage: http://maya.itsc.uah.edu

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


-----Original Message-----
From: [hidden email]
[mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Elisabeth
A. Immer
Sent: Wednesday, May 03, 2006 1:22 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [protege-owl] How do you visualize/display your ontologies?

Hi all,

I'm looking for some approach to displaying an OWL ontology in a
visual way (i.e., a graph, or some other form of diagram).  I've
tried OWLViz; it does not work for me (see my message from a week ago
if you're interested in the details).  I'm currently experimenting
with Jambalaya.  Are there other approaches that you would recommend?

many thanks,
Lis Immer
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