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I got question about Protege OWL API, is it meant to be used for web applications only ?? I read somewhere that the Protege OWL API is much easier to deal with than the core API of protege. Is this right??

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asked 12 Jul '12, 07:46

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I don't believe it to be the case that it's designed for web applications only. However, I have never found them particularly easy to work with and tend to avoid using them unless I'm specifically tinkering with Protege. imo, OWL-API is a better bet if you're looking to build an OWL based application, and either Jena or Sesame if you're fine with just RDF.

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answered 12 Jul '12, 14:31

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