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ChangeAnalysisTab
The plugin provides different views for exploring the annotation/change ontology associated with a project that uses the Change Management plugin. Changes and annotations can be explored based on authors, ontology terms, and visualized with respect to the life cycle of the project.
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Cloud Views
Visualize your ontology as a tag cloud (a set of related tags with corresponding weights).
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DroolsTab
DROOLS BASED SPATIAL SCENARIO SIMULATION PLUG-IN

The DroolsTab uses the open source geo-information system Java library OpenMap and the open source Java RETE rule engine Drools to facilitate visual authoring of complex spatial process simulation scenarios and general rule-based authoring. The Groovy and Clojure languages can be used for authoring auxiliary pieces of code and scripts. The distribution includes several demos of spatial simulation in the sea, air, and ground environments, including one example using Edvin Boehn's KML Framework.

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EditorPane
Supports HTML text and also has a dynamic hyperlink detector for internal and external links.
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EditorPanePlain
Supports HTML text and has dynamic hyperlink detection. This plug-in does not always write HTML to your knowledge base. You can use it when you want your knowledge base to contain plain text, but display hyperlinks in the user interface.
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HTML Chat
Allows users logged into a client-server version of Protege to chat in real time. Supports HTML-style editing (Bold, Italics, Underline, Strikethrough) along with dynamic hyperlink detections and internal link detections.
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Jambalaya
Jambalaya is a Protege plug-in that uses Shrimp to visualize Protege-Frames and Protege-OWL ontologies.
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Logical Difference Vizualiser (LogDiffViz)
Logical Difference Visualizer (LogDiffViz) is a plugin for Protege-OWL
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Matrix
Several spreadsheet-style views of an ontology, including existential fillers, individual relationships, and an object properties view.
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NavigOWL
NavigOWL is a visualization tool which is specially designed to explore the semantic nets a.k.a Ontologies. The Tool is enriched with appealing graph layouts that can be applied over the semantic net in order to understand the structure of Ontologies easily and it facilitates the user to build mental map in more clear and consistent view of ontology graph. The tool supports rdf and owl Ontologies to visualize them.
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OLS2OWL
A query tool for repositories of ontologies. The tool allows to define a repository, either local or remote -via URIs. The tool makes it possible for users to define a query and execute it against the predefined repository
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OWL2Query
OWL2Query is a conjunctive query and metaquery engine (for SPARQL-DL and negation as failure), and visualization plug-in. It facilitates creation of queries using SPARQL or intuitive graph-based syntax, and evaluates them using any OWL API-compliant reasoner.
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OWL2UML
Automatically generates UML diagram which represents active OWL ontology using OMG's Ontology Definition Metamodel.

The plugin has grown into new project called OWLGrEd. Please find out more at http://owlgred.lumii.lv/.

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OWLDiff
A tool for comparing OWL ontologies.
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OWLDoc
Creates a bundle of (mostly) static HTML pages for publishing to the Web or distributing to colleagues.
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OWLPropViz
Enables graphical presentation of OWL object properties. Users can select the property or properties to be visualized in the graph. He can choose if the class-axioms "is-a", "disjoint-with" and "equivalent-to" should also be shown.
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OWLViz
Enables class hierarchies in an OWL ontology to be viewed and incrementally navigated, allowing comparison of the asserted class hierarchy and the inferred class hierarchy.
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OntoGraf
OntoGraf gives support for interactively navigating the relationships of your OWL ontologies. Various layouts are supported for automatically organizing the structure of your ontology. Different relationships are supported: subclass, individual, domain/range object properties, and equivalence. Relationships and node types can be filtered to help you create the view you desire.
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OntoViz
The OntoViz Tab allows you to visualize Protege ontologies with AT&T's highly sophisticated Graphviz visualization software.
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PromptViz
Creates visual representations of the differences between two versions of an ontology.
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SOVA
SOVA (Simple Ontology Visualization API) is a Protege plugin to full ontology visualization. Finally we can show all ontology's elements: classes, individuals, properties, anonymous classes and relations between these object.
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TGViz
TGVizTab allows users to visualize Protege ontologies using the TouchGraph library.
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VOWL
The VOWL plugin for Protégé (ProtégéVOWL) implements the Visual Notation for OWL Ontologies (VOWL) to a large extent. VOWL provides graphical depictions for elements of the Web Ontology Language (OWL) that are combined to a force-directed graph layout representing the ontology.

Note that the ProtégéVOWL does not implement all visual elements defined in the VOWL specification. A more complete implementation of VOWL is provided by the web application WebVOWL.



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