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Project Types


Protege-Frames User's Guide
Project Types
Understanding Project Types
Protege Files
Protege DB Format
Experimental XML Format
Protege-OWL
RDF(S) Support in Protege
Using the RDF Backend
Exporting a Project to CLIPS
Exporting a Project to HTML
Glossary, Editing Help

This section of the User's Guide covers the concepts of understanding, creating, and using Protege-Frames project types.

Note: Before you create and use project types, you should be confident with the basic Protege-Frames interface. You should also be comfortable with Protege-Frames projects.

To return to the main table of contents, click the Protege-Frames User's Guide link (located at the top of the table of contents on the right-hand side of this page). Aggregate pages (suitable for printing and rapid visual scanning) are available for this chapter and the entire guide.