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Re: Survey on ontology tooling (with awards)

From: Karl Hammar <Karl.Hammar@ju.se>
Date: Fri, 11 Nov 2016 10:17:19 +0000
To: "semantic-web@w3.org" <semantic-web@w3.org>
Message-ID: <4FCF62BB-C308-4255-8D2E-7B4F4E3B6746@ju.se>
Hello again,

It was brought to my attention that one of the links in the instructions for participating in the survey was broken (apparently Google's goo.gl URL shortener does not allow links to ZIP files). For the data sets mentioned in step 2 of the instructions, please see http://karlhammar.com/ontologies/2016/10/ISWC2016TutorialData.zip instead.

Best regards,

Karl Hammar

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Karl Hammar, Tekn. Lic., M.Sc.
Programme Manager, Software Engineering and Mobile Platforms
School of Engineering, Jönköping University
phone +46 (0)36 101611

> 10 nov. 2016 kl. 15:33 skrev Karl Hammar <Karl.Hammar@ju.se>:
> 
> Dear all,
> 
> I’m running a survey on user preferences with regard to ontology tooling, specifically tooling supporting Ontology Design Patterns. As an incentive to take part, I will in a few weeks time hold a lottery whereby Amazon gift cards to the amount of 50 USD each (or the equivalent in local currency for local Amazon sites), will be awarded to one out of every ten participants in this survey. 
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> If you are interested in participating, please follow the instructions below.
> 
> Many thanks for your time,
> 
> Karl Hammar
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> # Instructions
> 
> 1. Fire up your browser and surf to http://wp.xd-protege.com, where a customized WebProtégé environment awaits. Register for an account and start a project.
> 2. Look at the scenario described at https://goo.gl/5cXeUP and the corresponding data sets at https://goo.gl/w8BriX

> 3. In the WebProtégé install mentioned above, under the tab ”Design Patterns”, check out the listed ontology design patterns from the scenario description.
> 4. Try to model a couple of the competency questions from that scenario by way of instantiating ontology design patterns. To do so, find a pattern that you wish to use in the browser, and click the ”Use this pattern” button at the top of the pattern description page, which starts up a pattern instantiation wizard. It should be enough if you run through this wizard once or twice.
> 5. Finally, once you’ve run through the wizard once or twice (which should hopefully take no more than 10-15 minutes), please fill out the survey at https://goo.gl/I1MWT4.

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> Karl Hammar, Tekn. Lic., M.Sc.
> Programme Manager, Software Engineering and Mobile Platforms
> School of Engineering, Jönköping University
> phone +46 (0)36 101611
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