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import rdf to protege 4.3

Iman Gharib

Dear all,
is there any way to edit .rdf file in protege. I could just see the
triples in rdf render view with Protege 4.3.
Is it possible to see the rdf triples as concepts and object properties
between them just like usual owl project in protege?

regards
Iman
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Re: import rdf to protege 4.3

Lorenz Buehmann
Hello Iman,

what does it mean "rdf triples as concepts"? Protege was designed to
edit OWL ontologies, and in OWL there are not triples, but axioms.

Kind regards,
Lorenz

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> Dear all,
> is there any way to edit .rdf file in protege. I could just see the
> triples in rdf render view with Protege 4.3.
> Is it possible to see the rdf triples as concepts and object
> properties between them just like usual owl project in protege?
>
> regards
> Iman
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Re: import rdf to protege 4.3

Iman Gharib
dear Lorenz,
thanks for your answer. I have a .rdf file. It contains triples like:

  <rdf:Description rdf:about="http://www.imise.uni-leipzig.de/Gruppen/MIG/SNIK/hu_Analyse_9.4.3.xml#co_19">
                <j.0:qCount>3</j.0:qCount>
                <j.0:name>employees</j.0:name>
                <j.0:mDate>2014-10-03T11:37:03</j.0:mDate>
                <j.0:au>Super</j.0:au>
                <j.0:cCount>6</j.0:cCount>
                <j.0:cDate>2014-10-03T09:41:20</j.0:cDate>
                <j.0:color>0080FF</j.0:color>
              </rdf:Description>
            </j.0:item>
            <j.0:item>

Is there any way to import it in protege in a way that  for example the triple  <j.0:name>employees</j.0:name> shows up in protege as a concept?
thank a lot
regards
Iman
On 10/08/2014 11:35 AM, Lorenz Bühmann wrote:
Hello Iman,

what does it mean "rdf triples as concepts"? Protege was designed to edit OWL ontologies, and in OWL there are not triples, but axioms.

Kind regards,
Lorenz


Dear all,
is there any way to edit .rdf file in protege. I could just see the triples in rdf render view with Protege 4.3.
Is it possible to see the rdf triples as concepts and object properties between them just like usual owl project in protege?

regards
Iman
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