Ontodia integrates with GitHub and WebProtege
Just a couple of days ago we’ve finished a strongly requested integration feature for Ontodia.org. Now it accepts links to Github files and links to WebProtege projects as data sources for diagramming.
Our web service is a simple tool for visualization of semantic datasets and ontologies, hence it needs good integration means with repo hosting services and ontology production envirenments. To cover the use case of ontology development with visual verification we implemented integration of Ontodia with Github and WebProtege.
How to use it
- Sign in to Ontodia.org
- In Dashboard under Data Source panel click “Create” button
- In a dialogue box select either GitHub source or WebProtege project option
For WebProtege Data Source
Go to your project in WebProtege, copy the URL from address bar of your browser amd paste it into Ontodia.org dialogue box as a link to the project
- If you want Ontodia to sync with your WebProtege every 30 minutes, tick “Update automatically” checkbox
- You can provide a specific SPARQL query to be run against your WebProtege project under “Additional parameters” for the purpose of limiting your data to a specific subset
For GitHub File Data Source
Go to your file in GitHub, copy URL from address bar of your browser and paste it into Ontodia dialogue box as a link to your file
- In case of GitHub you can connect several files from your GitHub repo to Ontodia.org data source
- If you want Ontodia to sync with your GitHub file every 30 minutes, tick “Update automatically” checkbox.
- You can provide a specific SPARQL query to be run against your GitHub file under “Additional parameters” for the purpose of limiting your data to a specific subset