Visualization Providers for Ontology ElemenTs (VPOET)
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IntroVPOET lets end-users with basic skills in client-side technologies to create, in a simple way, templates (aka visualizers) for ontology elements. These specialists do not require technical skills on Semantic Web technologies. To know which classes, properties, and relationships are defined in a given ontology, Web designers (aka Visualization Providers (VPs)) can read the information provided by OMEMO. Besides, VPs indicate their design features, specifying details such as dominant colours, behaviour in case of changes in the font size, sizes (preferred, minimum, maximum), or code-type provided (HTML, XHTML, ActionScript). This information is published in RDF format, according to an ad hoc ontology. As any other Fortunata-based application, these semantic data are published automatically. This information can be used by mere mortals by using the HTTP channel.
How to use VPOETFigure 1 shows a functional schema of VPOET. Rectangles are wiki pages, thin arrows represent actions, and thick arrows are data flows.
If you are not a Web designer but only interested in using some already created visualizer to render RDF data, use the HTTP channel.
If you know the template (the design ID) and you just want render some data, go to VPOET Visualize Design
See all the stored templates in VPOETStoredData.