Has anyone an idea how to generate a simple, tabular ontology (owl/rdfs) documentation like schema.org has? The tools I found like specgen, dowl, parrot etc are all too heavy for my usecase.

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asked 13 Jan '13, 16:14

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Why not use a wiki? I've been successful with Google Sites. It's free and it allows pretty much anyone to create pages which can act as URIs for your vocabulary. So you can build nice pages such as https://sites.google.com/site/foo/bar and if you need to export them in OWL/RDFS format, Google has a little cloud scripting language called Apps Script with which you can convert your Sites content into any format you'd like.

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answered 13 Jan '13, 17:05

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Thats the wrong way. My way is that I have a finished vocabulary and want a documentation, not the other way round..

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For the uniprot.org documentation we use this small XSLT. Its not the nicest documentation out there but it works ok. Its an adaptation to our house style of earlier work by Andreas Radinger and Martin Hepp

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