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Re: [Ann] QueryVOWL

From: Steffen Lohmann <steffen.lohmann@vis.uni-stuttgart.de>
Date: Fri, 12 Jun 2015 21:49:44 +0200
Message-ID: <557B37D8.2010204@vis.uni-stuttgart.de>
To: Alfredo Serafini <seralf@gmail.com>, "Timothy W. Cook" <tim@mlhim.org>, <kidehen@openlinksw.com>
CC: Semantic Web <semantic-web@w3.org>, "public-lod@w3.org community" <public-lod@w3.org>
Thanks for your comments, Timothy, Alfredo, Kingsley.

An export function is a good idea. However, note that you can use the 
printing functionality of your web browser to generate a PDF (or similar 
output) of the visualization (if you have a corresponding printing 
driver installed on your machine). This PDF can then easily be 
transformed into other formats (SVG, EPS, PNG, etc.). Of course, an 
export function like in WebVOWL would be more comfortable.

An interactive VOWL visualization cannot be extracted from the QueryVOWL 
prototype at the moment. But the SPARQL code of the created QueryVOWL 
graph can easily be copied to the clipboard with the button at the top 
of the results table. This is hopefully helpful to people who do not 
speak SPARQL (fluently).

@Kingsley: I added the DBpedia Live endpoint to the web demo. Thanks for 
the suggestion.

Cheers,
Steffen

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On 11.06.2015 16:08, Alfredo Serafini wrote:
> I like very much the perspective of QueryVOWL, it seems to be very 
> intuitive and useful.
> If I can suggest: it could be great to have an "export" function to 
> create a (live or static) standalone graph visualization, to be 
> embedded elsewhere, a sort of VOWL-lite derived from the editing with 
> QueryOWL.
> This should help people adopt it in vaious context.
> If there is already, all my apologies in advance (I'm always too much 
> distract :-)
>
> thanks, great work
> Alfredo
>
>
> 2015-06-11 15:57 GMT+02:00 Timothy W. Cook <tim@mlhim.org 
> <mailto:tim@mlhim.org>>:
>
>     THanks for sharing this.  Very interesting and potentially very
>     useful work you are doing.
>
>     On Thu, Jun 11, 2015 at 9:25 AM, Steffen Lohmann
>     <steffen.lohmann@vis.uni-stuttgart.de
>     <mailto:steffen.lohmann@vis.uni-stuttgart.de>> wrote:
>
>         Hi all,
>
>         last week we presented a prototype at ESWC that implements our
>         VOWL-based visual query language (QueryVOWL) for SPARQL-based
>         Linked Data querying. Check it out at:
>         http://queryvowl.visualdataweb.org
>
>         Note that it has mainly been developed to demonstrate the
>         QueryVOWL approach and should not be considered a mature tool
>         (e.g., it contains some known bugs). It does also not
>         implement all current features of the visual language that are
>         described at http://vowl.visualdataweb.org/queryvowl/v1/index.html
>
>         The web demo is configured for the DBpedia endpoint. It can
>         only be used if the DBpedia endpoint is available and may slow
>         down if many people access it simultaneously. For these cases,
>         we also provide a short screencast of the tool.
>
>         That being said, enjoy the demo (or video)!
>
>         On behalf of the QueryVOWL team,
>         Steffen
>
>         -- 
>         Dr. Steffen Lohmann . Visualization and Interactive Systems (VIS)
>         University of Stuttgart . Universitaetstrasse 38 . D-70569
>         Stuttgart
>         Phone: +49 711 685-88438 <tel:%2B49%20711%20685-88438>
>         .http://www.vis.uni-stuttgart.de/~lohmansn
>         <http://www.vis.uni-stuttgart.de/%7Elohmansn>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>     -- 
>
>     ============================================
>     Timothy Cook
>     LinkedIn Profile:http://www.linkedin.com/in/timothywaynecook
>     MLHIM http://www.mlhim.org <http://www.mlhim.org/>
>
>

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Dr. Steffen Lohmann . Visualization and Interactive Systems (VIS)
University of Stuttgart . Universitaetstrasse 38 . D-70569 Stuttgart
Phone: +49 711 685-88438 .http://www.vis.uni-stuttgart.de/~lohmansn
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