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night-owl-vscode-theme - 🌌NIGHT OWL: A VS Code dark theme for contrast for nighttime coding

If you wish to disable italics, there is now a no-italic theme available. You will have access to both, select Night Owl No Italics as your color theme. The preview image is using Bracket Pair Colorizer, a really cool extension that highlights matching brackets. This can help reduce unwanted errors.


A Semantic Framework for dealing with Human Geospatial Reasoning on Geo-Referenced Data.

d!sco - A Discussion Ontology Framework

d!sco is the implementation of a meta discussion system. It tries to rapid prototype an Ontology and Web API to serve as a data hub (node) inside a P2P network.


Logiciel d'Analyse Pour le web Sémantique Software "Laps" enables a graphic visualiation, making an object-oriented approch of the Semantic Web (OWL, RDFS).

xOWL Infrastructure

The xOWL Infrastructure brings the Model-Driven Engineering principles to domain experts by enabling them to build, execute and test models through visual notations specific to their domain. Experts from different domains can interact with the same model through different visu...

WebVOWL - Visualizing ontologies on the Web

This repository was ported from an internal SVN repository to Github after the release of WebVOWL 0.4.0. Due to cleanups with git filter-branch, the commit history might show some strange effects. Node.js for installing the development tools and dependencies.

owljs - Javascript wrapper for the OWLAPI

A toolkit for working with OWL ontologies in javascript that leverages the java OWLAPI. owljs requires RingoJS, a CommonJS-based JavaScript runtime written in Java and based on the Mozilla Rhino JavaScript engine.

owl-toolkit - a set of command line tools for OWL files powered by owl-api

owl-toolkit is a set of command line tools for OWL files based on the owl-api library. Then you will find the generated zip file in the folder build/distributions.

owl-verbalizer - OWL verbalizer: making machine-readable knowledge also human-readable

OWL verbalizer is a tool that converts an OWL ontology into an Attempto Controlled English (ACE) text. For a demo visit the OWL verbalizer demo page.

semantic_forms - Form generators leveraging semantic web standards (RDF(S), OWL, SPARQL , ...

Form generators leveraging semantic web standards RDF(S), OWL, SPARQL , JSON-LD , ... This is a building block for web application frameworks, like Play! Framework, Ruby on Rails, Django, Drupal, etc, but not SQL based.

go-ontology - Source ontology files for the Gene Ontology

This repository contains the 'source' for the GO ontology. You should NOT use this repository to download production versions of GO. Always use the PURLs. This repository is primarily for the developers of the GO.

protege-tutorial - Material for GO OWL/Protege Tutorial

Most of the material here is recycled from a course held at EBI in 2013 and led by David Osumi-Sutherland, Simon Jupp and Chris Mungall. This 2017 course will be led by Chris Mungall and David Osumi-Sutherland. We will work through the examples in this directory. Each section introduces new constructs and/or concepts.

Unified-Cybersecurity-Ontology - Unified Cybersecurity Ontology

The Unified Cybersecurity Ontology (UCO) is intended to support information integration and cyber situational awareness in cybersecurity systems. The ontology incorporates and integrates heterogeneous data and knowledge schemas from different cybersecurity systems and most commonly used cybersecurity standards for information sharing and exchange. The UCO ontology has also been mapped to a number of existing cybersecurity ontologies as well as concepts in the Linked Open Data cloud. Similar to DBpedia which serves as the core for general knowledge in Linked Open Data cloud, we envision UCO to serve as the core for cybersecurity domain, which would evolve and grow with the passage of time with additional cybersecurity data sets as they become available.