WebProtégé: A Cloud-Based Ontology Editor

02/21/2019
by   Matthew Horridge, et al.
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We present the WebProtégé application to develop ontologies represented in the Web Ontology Language (OWL). WebProtégé is a cloud-based application that allows users to collaboratively edit OWL ontologies, and it is available for use at https://webprotege.stanford.edu. WebProtégé currently hosts more than 66,000 OWL ontology projects and has over 50,000 user accounts. In this paper, we detail the main new features of the latest version of WebProtégé.

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