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I downloaded the CSO and imported it onto protege but it didn't come out correct. The class hierarchy wasn't being displayed properly and other issues. Is there anything that can be done about this?

 

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Can you be more specific about what the CSO is? Perhaps others know what you are referring to but as far as I know that's not a well known acronym in the OWL community.  Is it a Computer Science ontology? If so where did you download it from? Keep in mind that there are a lot of ontologies out there that may be in older formats not consistent with the latest version of Protege or may have other issues where you have to contact the developers of the ontology. If you haven't already done so, I recommend you do the Pizza tutorial you can find on the Stanford Protege web site before you try downloading and using domain specific ontologies, it will help you to have an understanding of the basic concepts. 

Cheers,
Michael

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I downloaded the CSO and imported it onto protege but it didn't come out correct. The class hierarchy wasn't being displayed properly and other issues. Is there anything that can be done about this?

 

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The Computer Science Ontology (CSO), is a largescale, automatically generated ontology of research areas, which includes about 26K research topics and 226K semantic relationships. It captures the information of about 16M scientific computer science articles. The ontology can be accessed through CSO portal on: https://cso.kmi.open.ac.uk/home

CSO. owl version 3.1 is available to download on:
https://cso.kmi.open.ac.uk/downloads

I am very new to ontologies but I'm currently researching the subject for my final year project. From what I know the ontology is updated fairly frequently so I wouldn't think its in an old format. I have also watched some tutorials on developing ontologies within protege which is what made the CSO stand out when imported onto protege as it doesn't look like any of the other ontologies I've seen on protege and I'm unaware why. I will look at the tutorial you have mentioned thank you but any other help would be greatly appreciated as I am currently researching the method to best evaluate this ontology through the use of a tool. Thank you so much for your reply



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Can you be more specific about what the CSO is? Perhaps others know what you are referring to but as far as I know that's not a well known acronym in the OWL community.  Is it a Computer Science ontology? If so where did you download it from? Keep in mind that there are a lot of ontologies out there that may be in older formats not consistent with the latest version of Protege or may have other issues where you have to contact the developers of the ontology. If you haven't already done so, I recommend you do the Pizza tutorial you can find on the Stanford Protege web site before you try downloading and using domain specific ontologies, it will help you to have an understanding of the basic concepts. 

Cheers,
Michael

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I downloaded the CSO and imported it onto protege but it didn't come out correct. The class hierarchy wasn't being displayed properly and other issues. Is there anything that can be done about this?

 

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I downloaded the OWL zip file from the latest version: 3.1.12  There doesn't seem to be much of an ontology there. I see one class (called Topic) which has 23,600 instances. There don't seem to be any object properties or data properties defined. The only definitions I've seen in my quick look at the individuals is that some of them have the "Same Individual As" property filled in with pointers to other individuals. 

It seems to load fine in Protege although with that many instances it will take some time to display certain views and you need to be patient. You also might want to expand the virtual memory that Protege uses to get better performance but from my quick review of the documentation at that site I don't think it's really designed to be viewable in tools like Protege, I think (and this is just my intuition based on a very cursory look so I could be wrong) that it's primarily an RDF format model or possibly even something that is specific to their "Klink2" algorithm and which is better viewed from the portal on their site or using a triple store. You might try downloading earlier versions of the ontology to see if perhaps there is an issue with the latest version and the older versions have a true OWL class hierarchy. My guess though is that they will all look like that and that your best option is to contact the people who maintain the ontology and ask them about different options to view it and if there is supposed to be a class hierarchy that shows up in Protege or other OWL editing tools. . 

Cheers,
Michael

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The Computer Science Ontology (CSO), is a largescale, automatically generated ontology of research areas, which includes about 26K research topics and 226K semantic relationships. It captures the information of about 16M scientific computer science articles. The ontology can be accessed through CSO portal on: https://cso.kmi.open.ac.uk/home

CSO. owl version 3.1 is available to download on:

I am very new to ontologies but I'm currently researching the subject for my final year project. From what I know the ontology is updated fairly frequently so I wouldn't think its in an old format. I have also watched some tutorials on developing ontologies within protege which is what made the CSO stand out when imported onto protege as it doesn't look like any of the other ontologies I've seen on protege and I'm unaware why. I will look at the tutorial you have mentioned thank you but any other help would be greatly appreciated as I am currently researching the method to best evaluate this ontology through the use of a tool. Thank you so much for your reply
About. The Computer Science Ontology (CSO) is a large-scale ontology of research areas that was automatically generated using the Klink-2 algorithm on the Rexplore dataset, which consists of about 16 million publications, mainly in the field of Computer Science. The Klink-2 algorithm combines semantic technologies, machine learning, and knowledge from external sources to automatically generate ...



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Can you be more specific about what the CSO is? Perhaps others know what you are referring to but as far as I know that's not a well known acronym in the OWL community.  Is it a Computer Science ontology? If so where did you download it from? Keep in mind that there are a lot of ontologies out there that may be in older formats not consistent with the latest version of Protege or may have other issues where you have to contact the developers of the ontology. If you haven't already done so, I recommend you do the Pizza tutorial you can find on the Stanford Protege web site before you try downloading and using domain specific ontologies, it will help you to have an understanding of the basic concepts. 

Cheers,
Michael

On Sun, Mar 8, 2020 at 7:51 AM gokce yesildag <[hidden email]> wrote:

 

I downloaded the CSO and imported it onto protege but it didn't come out correct. The class hierarchy wasn't being displayed properly and other issues. Is there anything that can be done about this?

 

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