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Niklas Petersen; Gökhan Coskun; Christoph Lange (2015)
Types: Conference object
Subjects: collaborative vocabulary development, ontology editor
Inspired by the shift of vocabulary development projects towards repository hosting services such as GitHub, we noticed the lack of ontology-aware editors that can be easily connected to these repositories. This motivated us to build a web client optimized for the communication with external repositories and including specific functionalities to ease the participation in collaborative ontology development efforts also for non-expert contributors. This paper describes TurtleEditor, an open-source web editor, which can load files from, and commit changes to a central repository and offers features such as syntax highlighting, syntax checking, auto-completion and a SPARQL endpoint to query the ontology
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