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Miscellany

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Protege 4 User's Guide
Miscellany
Colophon
Conventions
Editing
Feedback
Glossary
Introduction
Outline
Page List
Page Report
Resources
Selection
Startup

As shown in the right-hand navigation bar, the Miscellany chapter contains pages on "miscellaneous" topics.

Colophon

Wikipedia describes a colophon as a "brief description, usually located at the end of a book, describing production notes relevant to the edition". Although wikis are far more dynamic than books, the current page serves a corresponding purpose. ...

Conventions

The guide has a number of conventions which help to keep it tidy and organized. ...

Editing

This page provides advice and information for prospective editors of the guide. ...

Feedback

There are several ways to provide feedback for this guide. ...

Glossary

Protege 4 uses a number of technical terms. It also uses some common terms (eg, view) in uncommon ways. This page provides short definitions of these terms, along with links to related definitions and other resources.

Introduction

This guide describes how to use the Protege 4 editor to create, edit, and inspect ontologies. ...

Outline

Because the guide is a wiki, its pages may be used in any desired order. However, from a design perspective, the pages are divided into two parts: Background and Reference. ...

Page List

The following lists detail current and planned pages, including templates, for the Protege 4 User's Guide. ...

Page Report

This report is based on a mechanical harvesting of the pages (including Images and Templates) that make up the Users Guide. ...

Resources

This page is a collection of useful resources on Ontologies, OWL, Protege, and more. ...

Selection

It's quite possible that Protege 4 may not be the best tool for your needs. There are other versions of Protege and, indeed, other ontology editors and tools for knowledge management. Each of these tools will have benefits and drawbacks for a particular use. ...

Startup

When Protege 4 starts up, it presents a dialog box saying "Welcome to Protege" and offering several links as alternative selections. By clicking on one of these links, you can cause Protege 4 to create or open (and load) an ontology. ...

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