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12. Ontologies: RDF Business Models > 12.8. Ontology Tools: Editors

Ontology Tools: Editors

Ontology editors can also be RDFS editors, but they usually have extended services and features to meet the increased demand in sophistication of the ontology. In this section, we’ll look at two such editors: SMORE and Protégé.

SMORE—Semantic Markup, Ontology, and RDF Editor

Much of the effort on behalf of both RDF and OWL is predicated on the Semantic Web, so the lack of tools that connect traditional web creation tools such as a WYSIWYG editor for HTML with support for newer technologies, such as an ontology editor, is rather surprising. However, SMORE — the Semantic Markup, Ontology, and RDF Editor — is an application that incorporates four separate applications into one to provide just such support. SMORE, another application written in Java, is one of the interesting products to come out of the Semantic Web Research Group, along with several converters, RDF scrapers, and other useful tools and utilities.


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