PrF UG projects creating a project
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Creating a Project
There are two ways to create a new Protege project:
create a completely new project
create a Protege-Frames project from existing text files or from a table in a JDBC database
To create a project:
Create a new project:
The following project types support the Protege-Frames format:
To import a project from existing files, select Create from Existing Sources. You can create a project from existing files in Protege Files or Protege Database format.
To create a new, empty Protege-Frames project, leave this unchecked (the default).
Click Finish. The Protege-Frames window will open and the standard tabs will become visible. An initialized knowledge base will be created, containing the system classes rooted in :THING. No instances will be created. You can now structure your project by creating your classes and slots. (See Creating a New Class and Creating a Slot for more information.)
To save the project to disk, select Save from the File menu.
Enter a name for your project in the Project line of the dialog box. This is the name of your project (.pprj) file. Protege-Frames also creates internal files for its own use. By default, these files are given the same name, with a different extension.