Ontohub is an open ontology repository which supports organisation, collection, retrieval, development, mapping, translation, and evaluation of a wide array of ontologies formalised in diverse languages.
This wiki entrance aims at providing instructions and support to the Ontohub users. See also FAQ.
Key features of Ontohub:
- OntoHub is an ontology repository that supports the ontology development and maintenance along the whole ontology lifecycle.
- publishing & retrieval: OntoHub is a free ontology repository that allows you to publish your ontology and find existing ontologies that are relevant for your work.
- development: OntoHub supports ontology development. Since OntoHub is based on Git repositories, OntoHub supports ontology versioning, branching, and merging.
- evaluation: OntoHub is designed to be a platform for ontology evaluation tools. The goal is to support all kinds of evaluation; including syntactic validation, best-practices evaluation, and regression testing.
- multilingual: OntoHub supports a wide variety of languages and logics. The same ontology may exist in more than one language. OntoHub supports the automatic translation between languages.
- open: OntoHub is based on open source software.
Attention: use latest Protégé version
Since Ontohub uses HTTP redirects, you need to use the latest Protégé version in order to work with Ontohub. The same holds for the OWL API.