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sirisha k
Hello Everybody,
   
  Can anybody tell me if there is any way of constructing an ontology with dynamic rearrangement feature?I wouldbe glad to know.
   
  Thanking you in advance
   
  regards
  shirisha

 
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Help! dynamic rearrangement of instances

sirisha k


Hello Everybody,

Can anybody tell me if there is any way of constructing an ontology with dynamic rearrangement feature? Are Ontologies  adopting the flat file arrangement? I would be glad to know,
   
  I created an ontology for Reusable components. The sample tree structure is given below. Classification is based upon Implemetation Technology (Servlets,ASP.NET, ..) Minor classification is based upon Application Domain (Commerce, Arithmatic, Sorting,...).
   
   
    REUSE
   
       Servlets
   
             Commerce
                  component 1
                  component 2
                   .
                   .
             Arithmatic
                  component 1
                    .
                    .
             Sorting
                   component 1
                   component 2
                   component 3
                     .
                     .
                     .
       ASP.NET
            Commerce
                  component 1
                  component 2
                   .
                   .
             Arithmatic
                  component 1
                    .
                    .
             Sorting
                   component 1
                   component 2
                   component 3
                     .
                     .
                     .
   
   
  Now I need to rearrange them as under. The major and minor classifiers are interchanged and the instances are rearranged.
     
              REUSE
                   Commerce
                         Servlets
                                component 1
                                component 2
                                       .
                                       .
                          ASP.NET
                                  component 1
                                                                     .
                                       .
                    Arithmatic
                          Servlets
                                component 1
                                component 2
                                       .
                                       .
                          ASP.NET
                                  component 1
                                  component 2
                                    .
                                    .
                 Sorting
                         Servlets
                                component 1
                                component 2
                                       .
                                       .
                          ASP.NET
                                  component 1
                                  component 2
                                  component 3
           
Is this kind of dynamism in the tree structure is possible. If so, how can i get it.
 
Thanking you in advance

regards
shirisha




 
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Re: Help! dynamic rearrangement of instances

Tania Tudorache

Sirisha,

yes, you can rearrange the class-subclass hierarchy in the GUI. You can
do this either with drag-and-drop (drag a class on the desired parent
node) or by using the superclass panel. These two operations are
described in our user guide:

http://protege.stanford.edu/doc/tutorial/get_started/add_superclass_dd.html

http://protege.stanford.edu/doc/tutorial/get_started/add_superclass.html

Tania

sirisha k wrote:

>Hello Everybody,
>
>Can anybody tell me if there is any way of constructing an ontology with dynamic rearrangement feature? Are Ontologies  adopting the flat file arrangement? I would be glad to know,
>  
>  I created an ontology for Reusable components. The sample tree structure is given below. Classification is based upon Implemetation Technology (Servlets,ASP.NET, ..) Minor classification is based upon Application Domain (Commerce, Arithmatic, Sorting,...).
>  
>  
>    REUSE
>  
>       Servlets
>  
>             Commerce
>                  component 1
>                  component 2
>                   .
>                   .
>             Arithmatic
>                  component 1
>                    .
>                    .
>             Sorting
>                   component 1
>                   component 2
>                   component 3
>                     .
>                     .
>                     .
>       ASP.NET
>            Commerce
>                  component 1
>                  component 2
>                   .
>                   .
>             Arithmatic
>                  component 1
>                    .
>                    .
>             Sorting
>                   component 1
>                   component 2
>                   component 3
>                     .
>                     .
>                     .
>  
>  
>  Now I need to rearrange them as under. The major and minor classifiers are interchanged and the instances are rearranged.
>      
>              REUSE
>                   Commerce
>                         Servlets
>                                component 1
>                                component 2
>                                       .
>                                       .
>                          ASP.NET
>                                  component 1
>                                                                     .
>                                       .
>                    Arithmatic
>                          Servlets
>                                component 1
>                                component 2
>                                       .
>                                       .
>                          ASP.NET
>                                  component 1
>                                  component 2
>                                    .
>                                    .
>                 Sorting
>                         Servlets
>                                component 1
>                                component 2
>                                       .
>                                       .
>                          ASP.NET
>                                  component 1
>                                  component 2
>                                  component 3
>          
>Is this kind of dynamism in the tree structure is possible. If so, how can i get it.
>  
>Thanking you in advance
>
>regards
>shirisha
>
>
>
>  
>

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Re: Help! dynamic rearrangement of instances

sirisha k
Hi there
   
  Thanks Tania. I needed to rearrange the hierarchy of the classes programmatically. If I could be helped on this it would be really nice. Looking forward to a way for this.
   
  Thanks in advance.
  Shirisha
   
   
 
Tania Tudorache <[hidden email]> wrote:
 
Sirisha,

yes, you can rearrange the class-subclass hierarchy in the GUI. You can
do this either with drag-and-drop (drag a class on the desired parent
node) or by using the superclass panel. These two operations are
described in our user guide:

http://protege.stanford.edu/doc/tutorial/get_started/add_superclass_dd.html

http://protege.stanford.edu/doc/tutorial/get_started/add_superclass.html

Tania

sirisha k wrote:

>Hello Everybody,
>
>Can anybody tell me if there is any way of constructing an ontology with dynamic rearrangement feature? Are Ontologies adopting the flat file arrangement? I would be glad to know,
>
> I created an ontology for Reusable components. The sample tree structure is given below. Classification is based upon Implemetation Technology (Servlets,ASP.NET, ..) Minor classification is based upon Application Domain (Commerce, Arithmatic, Sorting,...).
>
>
> REUSE
>
> Servlets
>
> Commerce
> component 1
> component 2
> .
> .
> Arithmatic
> component 1
> .
> .
> Sorting
> component 1
> component 2
> component 3
> .
> .
> .
> ASP.NET
> Commerce
> component 1
> component 2
> .
> .
> Arithmatic
> component 1
> .
> .
> Sorting
> component 1
> component 2
> component 3
> .
> .
> .
>
>
> Now I need to rearrange them as under. The major and minor classifiers are interchanged and the instances are rearranged.
>
> REUSE
> Commerce
> Servlets
> component 1
> component 2
> .
> .
> ASP.NET
> component 1
> .
> .
> Arithmatic
> Servlets
> component 1
> component 2
> .
> .
> ASP.NET
> component 1
> component 2
> .
> .
> Sorting
> Servlets
> component 1
> component 2
> .
> .
> ASP.NET
> component 1
> component 2
> component 3
>
>Is this kind of dynamism in the tree structure is possible. If so, how can i get it.
>
>Thanking you in advance
>
>regards
>shirisha
>
>
>
>
>

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Is dynamic rearrangement of instances possible

sirisha k
Hi there
   
  I needed to rearrange the hierarchy of the classes
programmatically based upon the condition. Or it accepts a flat-file arrangement. If I could be helped on this it would be really nice.
Looking forward to a way for this.
   
  Thanks in advance.
  Shirisha
   
   

sirisha k <[hidden email]> wrote:  Hi there

Thanks Tania. I needed to rearrange the hierarchy of the classes programmatically. If I could be helped on this it would be really nice. Looking forward to a way for this.

Thanks in advance.
Shirisha



Tania Tudorache wrote:

Sirisha,

yes, you can rearrange the class-subclass hierarchy in the GUI. You can
do this either with drag-and-drop (drag a class on the desired parent
node) or by using the superclass panel. These two operations are
described in our user guide:

http://protege.stanford.edu/doc/tutorial/get_started/add_superclass_dd.html

http://protege.stanford.edu/doc/tutorial/get_started/add_superclass.html

Tania

sirisha k wrote:

>Hello Everybody,
>
>Can anybody tell me if there is any way of constructing an ontology with dynamic rearrangement feature? Are Ontologies adopting the flat file arrangement? I would be glad to know,
>
> I created an ontology for Reusable components. The sample tree structure is given below. Classification is based upon Implemetation Technology (Servlets,ASP.NET, ..) Minor classification is based upon Application Domain (Commerce, Arithmatic, Sorting,...).
>
>
> REUSE
>
> Servlets
>
> Commerce
> component 1
> component 2
> .
> .
> Arithmatic
> component 1
> .
> .
> Sorting
> component 1
> component 2
> component 3
> .
> .
> .
> ASP.NET
> Commerce
> component 1
> component 2
> .
> .
> Arithmatic
> component 1
> .
> .
> Sorting
> component 1
> component 2
> component 3
> .
> .
> .
>
>
> Now I need to rearrange them as under. The major and minor classifiers are interchanged and the instances are rearranged.
>
> REUSE
> Commerce
> Servlets
> component 1
> component 2
> .
> .
> ASP.NET
> component 1
> .
> .
> Arithmatic
> Servlets
> component 1
> component 2
> .
> .
> ASP.NET
> component 1
> component 2
> .
> .
> Sorting
> Servlets
> component 1
> component 2
> .
> .
> ASP.NET
> component 1
> component 2
> component 3
>
>Is this kind of dynamism in the tree structure is possible. If so, how can i get it.
>
>Thanking you in advance
>
>regards
>shirisha
>
>
>
>
>

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