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There's an online service, which takes a URL of a published ontology/vocabulary and generates a HTML document based on various conventions.

It's something like and works entirely online.

I have found it some time ago but forgot the name and can't find it again. Anyone knows what the service is called?

Thanks, Tom

asked 25 Jan '13, 06:52

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Not OWL-Doc since it is not online. Parrot maybe ? But I think you are thinking about Lode.


answered 25 Jan '13, 12:42

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Lode is exactly was I was looking for. Thanks!

(25 Jan '13, 15:53) Tomasz Plusk... Tomasz%20Pluskiewicz's gravatar image
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