|From:||Andrea Westerinen <arwesterinen@xxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Tue, 20 May 2014 22:59:19 -0400|
Please feel free to reuse and improve the XSLTs.
Recently, there were some emails on the Linked Data community distribution list about the tools used to generate the LOD cloud diagram. One of the replies discussed a very simple approach - using GraphML and the yEd editor .You can read more about what I did, and see the resulting images in my blog post .
"Using yed's "organic" layout, a reasonable representation can be achieved which is then manually brought in shape with yed (positioning) and XML (font adjustment). In yed, we augment it with a legend and text and then export it into the graphic format of choice."Given that yEd is free, I decided to investigate a similar approach for diagramming OWL ontologies. I started with creating some simple XSL transforms to go from RDF/XML to GraphML. The XSLTs are found on GitHub (http://purl.org/NinePts/graphing ).
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