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Protege IRI Issue

Varanka, Dalia
Greetings,
We are writing to ask if there are known issues with specifying the IRI in the Editor for creating an OWL file.

As shown below, EllipsoidalFormula uses the iri editor with a annotation of rdfs:iosDefinedBy.

While SphericalFormula uses the literal editor with a annotation of rdfs:isDefinedBy.



Now, if we look at the results in the query you can see that EllipsoidalFormula which used the iri editor only has the last word which is ‘editor’ (bottom, far right side) and it’s after the last forward slash. However, the SphericalFormula , which used the literal editor, has the entire link in it as well as the prefix.


 


 

Much appreciated,

Dalia Varanka for:


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Student Contractor - Software Developer

Center of Excellence for Geospatial Information Science

National Geospatial Technical Operations Center

US Geological Survey

1400 Independence Rd.

Rolla, MO 65401

 


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Re: Protege IRI Issue

Lorenz Buehmann

Where do you see the problem now? For the first you used an IRI which is - as you see everywhere is rendered by shortform - or whatever you configure, see [1] .

I mean, in your SPARQL query view EllipsoidalFormula is also rendered without the full IRI, right?


The second on the other hand is a literal which is rendered differently in Protege.


In any case, it doesn't really matter, it's just a UI behavior which you could change. But the data itself is fine, you can check the file.



Hope this answers your question?




[1] https://protegewiki.stanford.edu/wiki/Protege4NamingAndRendering#Rendering_of_entities_in_Protege



On 12.02.20 22:53, Varanka, Dalia E wrote:
Greetings,
We are writing to ask if there are known issues with specifying the IRI in the Editor for creating an OWL file.

As shown below, EllipsoidalFormula uses the iri editor with a annotation of rdfs:iosDefinedBy.

While SphericalFormula uses the literal editor with a annotation of rdfs:isDefinedBy.



Now, if we look at the results in the query you can see that EllipsoidalFormula which used the iri editor only has the last word which is ‘editor’ (bottom, far right side) and it’s after the last forward slash. However, the SphericalFormula , which used the literal editor, has the entire link in it as well as the prefix.


 


 

Much appreciated,

Dalia Varanka for:


[hidden email]

Student Contractor - Software Developer

Center of Excellence for Geospatial Information Science

National Geospatial Technical Operations Center

US Geological Survey

1400 Independence Rd.

Rolla, MO 65401

 


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