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Re: Using RDF statements as an annotation body?

From: Pantelis Natsiavas <pnatsiavas@certh.gr>
Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2017 11:05:14 +0300
Message-ID: <CAHBxD6uYvHYa3Wm7ZXocEEX6p-kbybe=Qx6x-5vFCAPQTTkgWw@mail.gmail.com>
To: Christian Morbidoni <christian.morbidoni@gmail.com>
Cc: public-openannotation@w3.org
Hi Christian.

What you suggest seems like a valid workaround. However, while it would be
relatively easy to implement in Virtuoso where named graphs are supported,
I cannot seem to find a way to implement it in Protege.

Thank you very much for your answer.

Kind regards,
Pantelis Natsiavas

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Παντελής Νατσιάβας
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Pantelis Natsiavas
Electrical and Computer Engineer, MEng, MSc
Research Associate, PhD candidate
Institute of Applied Biosciences
Centre for Research & Technology Hellas
6th Km. Charilaou-Thermi Road, Thermi, Thessaloniki
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Email: pnatsiavas@certh.gr

2017-09-08 19:03 GMT+03:00 Christian Morbidoni <
christian.morbidoni@gmail.com>:

> Hi Pantelis,
>
> we where doing it in Pundit (thepund.it). We basically did it by using a
> Named Graph as value of the hasBody properties.
> In our case an annotation body was composed by a number of triples (that
> users created via the Pundit UI), those triples where contained in the
> named graph pointed by the hasBody property.
> I remember it was a valid (compliant) solution at the time (some years
> ago), honestly I'm currently not following the model evolution, so cannot
> ensure it is still compliant. But we spend some time thinking about it and
> it was a good solution because it then lets you query the body triples
> easily, and aggregate triples coming from multiple annotations.
>
> hope it helps,
>
> best
>
> On Fri, Sep 8, 2017 at 2:18 PM, Pantelis Natsiavas <pnatsiavas@certh.gr>
> wrote:
>
>> Dear all,
>>
>> I created an ontology with each RDF statement (typical
>> subject-predicate-object triples) based on knowledge provided on a specific
>> free-text snippet. I want to create a WADM Annotation on each RDF
>> statement, having the *RDF statement itself *as a Body and pointing to
>> the respective free-text snippet as a Target.
>>
>> Pointing to the free-text snippet as a target is clear to me using Text
>> Quote Selectors. However, I cannot seem to find an example of annotating a
>> free-text code with RDF statements per se.
>>
>> Can anybody point me to an example on how could this be done with Protege?
>>
>> Thank you in advance,
>> Pantelis Natsiavas
>> _________________________________________________________________
>>
>> Παντελής Νατσιάβας
>> Μηχανικός Λογισμικού, ΜΔΕ,
>> Συνεργαζόμενος Ερευνητής, Υποψήφιος Διδάκτορας
>> Ινστιτούτο Εφαρμοσμένων Βιοεπιστημών
>> Εθνικό Κέντρο Έρευνας & Τεχνολογικής Ανάπτυξης
>> 6ο χλμ. Χαριλάου-Θέρμης, Θέρμη, Θεσσαλονίκη
>> Ταχ.. Θυρίδα: 60361, 57001, Ελλάδα
>> Τηλ..: +30 2311257606, Skype: pantelis.natsiavas
>> Email: pnatsiavas@certh.gr <vkoutkias@certh.gr>
>> _________________________________________________________________
>>
>> Pantelis Natsiavas
>> Electrical and Computer Engineer, MEng, MSc
>> Research Associate, PhD candidate
>> Institute of Applied Biosciences
>> Centre for Research & Technology Hellas
>> 6th Km. Charilaou-Thermi Road, Thermi, Thessaloniki
>> P.O. Box 60361, GR 57001, Greece
>> Tel.: +30 2311257606, Skype: pantelis.natsiavas
>> Email: pnatsiavas@certh.gr <vkoutkias@certh.gr>
>>
>
>
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