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Re: [Ann] WebVOWL 0.3 - Visualize your ontology on the web

From: Kingsley Idehen <kidehen@openlinksw.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2014 15:40:43 -0500
Message-ID: <5499D34B.5080105@openlinksw.com>
To: public-lod@w3.org
On 12/23/14 11:37 AM, Steffen Lohmann wrote:
> Kingsley, Timothy, Sarven, Melvin, Ali,
>
> On 22.12.2014 16:20, Kingsley Idehen wrote:
>> I just want the URI of the current node in the graph to be a live 
>> link i.e., an exit point from the visualization tool to the actual 
>> source. You offer something close to this in the side panel, but its 
>> scoped to the entire ontology rather than a selected term.
>>
>> I am suggesting you make the selected node text e.g., "Tagging" an 
>> HTTP URI (hyperlink) via <a href="http://purl.org/muto/core#Tagging 
>> ">Tagging</a> .
>>
>> [1] http://susepaste.org/36507989 -- screenshot showing what's 
>> currently offered 
>
> The URI and link is already there! The labels in the "Selection 
> Details" (e.g., "Tagging") are hyperlinks that you can click on to go 
> to the actual URIs. As it does not seem to be that clear (and the 
> hyperlink URI may not be properly shown in all web browsers), we 
> already discussed to add further tooltips with the URIs in the GUI.

You spec says:

Labels

If elements do not have an rdfs:label, it is recommended to take the 
last part of the URI as label, i.e. the part that follows the last slash 
(/) or hash (#) character. Labels may be abbreviated if they do not fit 
in the available space (e.g. "Winnie-the-Pooh" → "Winnie…"). The full 
label should be shown on demand in these cases (e.g. in a tooltip or 
sidebar).


I am suggesting:

Labels

If elements do not have an rdfs:label, it is recommended to take the 
last part of the URI as label, i.e. the part that follows the last slash 
(/) or hash (#) character. Labels may be abbreviated if they do not fit 
in the available space (e.g. "Winnie-the-Pooh" → "Winnie…"). The full 
label should be shown on demand in these cases (e.g. in a tooltip or 
sidebar) and the label itself hyperlinked when the item is question is 
*named* using an HTTP URI.

So instead of "Winnie" or "Winnie-the-Pooh" or rdfs:label value, it will 
be: <a href="{actual-entity-http-uri">{"Winnie" or "Winnie-the-Pooh" or 
rdfs:label value}</a>.

Then you won't have to explain any of this as users will simply have to 
options:

1. Click as per usual to explore the graph visual
2. CTRL+Mouse+Click to grab item HTTP URI en route to further Linked 
Data exploration -- using any HTTP user agent.



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