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Getting Started with OWL (Should you feel that need)

I spent about 4 hours trying to find some reasonable resources for getting started with OWL (Web Ontology Language).  I figured I would summarize what I did to get all set up and going with OWL.

OK, here are the key resources for getting started with OWL.

Even if you don't want to be an XBRL taxonomy master, OWL is a good thing to understand. It will really help you grasp where the world is going.

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Reader Comments (1)

I think if you want made similarity to dimensional modeling, in the end it will be like a data mart, if you want to pus forward,
data vault modeling can be more easier
it only separate information to 4 level
1. categories, ref data
2. entities
3. relationship/transaction
4. attributes
try
http://learndatavault.com

owl is just too big

with kind regards,
Ginanjar Utama
March 8, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterGinanjar Utama

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