Category Archives: VISO
The RDFS/OWL Visualisation Language (RVL) is using concepts from the VISO/graphic ontology. The language allows for describing mappings from RDFS/OWL concepts to graphic attributes such as (viso-graphic:color_hsl_lightness) or other graphic relations (e.g. viso-graphic:Containment_Relation). Look at the post on RVL by … Continue reading
New publication on the VISO ontology: VISO: A Shared, Formal Knowledge Base as a Foundation for Semi-automatic InfoVis Systems Polowinski, Jan, und Martin Voigt. In CHI ’13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems. CHI WIP ’13. Paris, France: … Continue reading
The VISO documentation can now be accessed directly from the ontology’s URL, e.g. http://purl.org/viso/ or http://purl.org/viso/graphic/ You may also call resource-URIs like http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Interactive_Technique Thanks to content negotiation, your ontology tools such as TopBraid Composer will still be able to receive … Continue reading
A new documentation of the current VISO version can temporarily be found here (you can call the documentation now directly from http://purl.org/viso/). Other modules may be browsed by following links in the page, but are not completely documented. Each resource … Continue reading
You can now* point the Browser directly to concepts in the VISO: http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Containment_Relation *Thanks to improvements in LODE, the tool for live documenting ontologies, we use. Thank you to Silvio Peroni for this!
You can find documentation on the process of creating VISO and possible use cases in a technical report that we published: Towards a Unifying Visualization Ontology . [BibTeX]
The following modules are online: http://purl.org/viso/ http://purl.org/viso/graphic/ http://purl.org/viso/data/ http://purl.org/viso/facts/ http://purl.org/viso/anno/
Please note: Links may be out of date here. The new document can be found here. An alpha version of the Visualisation Ontology (VISO) can be browsed on the web. You may have to load VISO by selecting it from … Continue reading
We call for participation in discussing, improving and extending the Visualisation Ontology (VISO) at http://viso.qhub.com/ . Everybody is welcome to criticize our initial approach.