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     Pizza parlors can be found around the world.
 
     Pizza parlors can be found around the world.
 
     So, most readers will be familiar with the concepts involved.
 
     So, most readers will be familiar with the concepts involved.
<li>Pizza is a rich enough topic to exercise many of Protege's features,
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<li>Pizza is a rich enough topic to exercise many of Protégé's features,
 
     while simple enough to be comprehensible.
 
     while simple enough to be comprehensible.
 
<li>The Pizza ontology has been used over a period of several years
 
<li>The Pizza ontology has been used over a period of several years
 
     in both printed documentation and training materials.
 
     in both printed documentation and training materials.
 
     So, it has "stood the test of time"
 
     So, it has "stood the test of time"
     and is already familiar to many Protege users.
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     and is already familiar to many Protégé users.
 
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The current version of the ontology is available at
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The ontology is available at
[http://owl.cs.manchester.ac.uk/co-ode/ CO-ODE Project].
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[http://owl.cs.manchester.ac.uk/co-ode/ CO-ODE Project], or you can download the [http://protege.stanford.edu/ontologies/pizza/pizza.owl pizza.owl] from the Protégé website, and import it into Protégé.
Download [http://owl.cs.manchester.ac.uk/co-ode-files/ontologies/pizza.owl pizza.owl] and import it into Protege.
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Examples
Pizza

The Pizza ontology demonstrates various features of Protege 4, using a familiar topic as its subject matter. This guide uses the Pizza ontology for most of its example text, screenshots, etc. There are several reasons for this:

  • Although Pizza originated in Italy, Pizza parlors can be found around the world. So, most readers will be familiar with the concepts involved.
  • Pizza is a rich enough topic to exercise many of Protégé's features, while simple enough to be comprehensible.
  • The Pizza ontology has been used over a period of several years in both printed documentation and training materials. So, it has "stood the test of time" and is already familiar to many Protégé users.

The Pizza ontology is used (and described) in:

The ontology is available at CO-ODE Project, or you can download the pizza.owl from the Protégé website, and import it into Protégé.

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