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[[Image:|thumb|170px|center]] BNGen
A plug-in to generate a Bayesian Network from an Ontology, loosely based on BNTab and works with the JSMILE API. One of the main goals is to make it easy to use.

Development is currently ongoing for the first version to be released.

Bayesian Network Tab (BNTab)
The BNTab plug-in enables users to efficiently generate Bayesian networks based on existing ontologies. The Norsys Netica API is required.
[[Image:|thumb|170px|center]] EasyDB
EasyDB is a Protege tab plug-in that allows for easy exporting and importing of a Protege ontology. This plug-in also comes with a relationship viewer which can be used to quickly asses relationships between instances in the ontology.

The ontology is stored using the Jena database storage schema. This was selected for its support of SWRL rules, which all other database storage mechanisms investigated did not support.

FuzzyOWL2 (Fuzzy OWL 2) is a plugin for Protege 4.1 that allows users to edit, save Fuzzy OWL 2 ontologies, and submit queries to the underlying inference engine FuzzyDL.
[[Image:|thumb|170px|center]] HyperMod
HyperMod is a module extraction tool based on reachability in hypergraphs. These modules are similar to syntactic locality based modules but has the potential of being substantially smaller.
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Instance Selection
This plug-in adds both navigation and export features to Protege-Frames. It provides a tree view of the knowledge base as well as allows the selection of instances for data preparation and consequent export in several data mining workbench formats such as Weka and text.
Calculates various metadata for ontologies and facilitates the export of that metadata to the Ontology Medata Vocabulary.
[[Image:|thumb|170px|center]] OBOConverter
A tab plugin that converts OBO format ontology files into OWL files using the OBO-to-OWL mapping created by NCBO.
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OWL2ToRDB is a Protégé plugin for transforming OWL 2 ontology into relational database.
Creates a bundle of (mostly) static HTML pages for publishing to the Web or distributing to colleagues.
OntoBase can be connected to any relational database- providing access to data, virtually without any programming
[[Image:|thumb|170px|center]] Owl2Cool
Owl2Cool is a tab-widget which provides an interface to Protege users for transorming a given OWL ontology to the object-oriented language COOL. After the transformation it produces in the given path a .clp file which can then be loaded to CLIPS for programming with production rules.
Docgen plugin for (frame-based) Protege provides a quick export of all the content of an ontology (classes, instances and documentation) in various formats (html, pdf, fo...).
Queries and Export Tab
This plug-in allows you to query knowledge-bases and export the results. An export button was added to the query-results window to allow for tabular export of selectable slot values of all found result-instances.
[[Image:|thumb|170px|center]] RDF Backend
Create, import, and save RDF(S) files. Please note that this back-end was developed specifically for frame-based ontologies (not OWL).
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SWRL-IQ (Semantic Web Rule Language Inference and Query tool) is a plugin for Protege 3.4.x that allows users to edit, save, and submit queries to an underlying inference engine based on XSB Prolog.
[[Image:|thumb|170px|center]] UML Backend
The UML back-end plug-in provides an import and export mechanism between the Protege knowledge model and the object-oriented modeling language UML.
[[Image:|thumb|170px|center]] XMI Backend
XMI is a standard format for metadata exchange supported by OMG, the group that is responsible for standards such as UML, CORBA, and the Common Warehouse Metamodel. If you are a looking for alternative mechanisms to access Protege knowledge models (ontologies) from your application, data warehouse, or metadata repository, this back-end might be interesting for you.
The XML Tab enables users to import an XML document into Protege, creating a set of classes and instances in a knowledge base which correspond to the entries in the XML document.