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Re[2]: Bags and sequences

From: Ivan Herman <ivan@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 18 Mar 2002 17:36:37 +0100
Message-ID: <14830026105.20020318173637@w3.org>
To: Emmanuel Pietriga <emmanuel.pietriga@xrce.xerox.com>
CC: WWW-isaviz@w3.org
Emmanuel,



Monday, March 18, 2002, 15:41:43, you wrote:

EP> Ivan Herman wrote:

>> Is there a way (or will there be a way) to generate bags and sequences
>> easily (at least in the generated code). Of course, one can spell it
>> out with rdf:type and _1, _2, etc, but it would be great to get it
>> abbreviated with rdf:Bag and rdf:li-s in the output...


EP> I'm not sure I understand what you want exactly.
EP> If you go in the "property types" tab of the "Definitions" window, you 
EP> have several predefined property constructors that can help you. One is 
EP> rdf:li, the other one is "_?? (Membership property auto-numbering)". 
EP> When you select this one and create new statements for a given resource, 
EP> IsaViz will look for other _1, _2... properties already present and 
EP> assign the new property the lowest _X it finds (X being an integer).

EP> Is that what you want?


Not exactly. I found that out, and that is fine for the visual
representation. But the generated XML/RDF will spell
out the exact content of the graph, with rdf:type, etc. Instead, I
would simply like to have

<rdf:Bag>
<rdf:li>.....</rdf:li>
...
</rdf:Bag>

and I did not find a way to force the export doing that.


>> 
>> Also: is there a way to set the arc labels to use the nameset name
>> rather than the full spelled out name? I mean to use rdf:type and not
>> http://www.w3.org.....#type? It would make the view way less
>> cluttered...
>> 
>> 

EP> yes. Go the the "Namespaces" tab in the same window. Here you can define 
EP> NS prefix bindings for the namespaces used in your model. Two are 
EP> present by default, for RDF and RDFS. If you use elements from other 
EP> namespaces, like dublin core, those namespaces will be listed here too, 
EP> but no prefix will be bound to them. You can bind a prefix by entering a 
EP> string in the prefix column (e.g. "dc"). Then, to display the prefix 
EP> instead of the full URI for properties in the Graph window, just tick 
EP> the checkbox in the right column (display prefix).


Great! That is what I was looking for. Thank you!

Ivan

EP> Emmanuel

EP> P.S: I'm working on your SVG offset problem





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