Visualize PAV provenance as SVG

Created: 2013-03-05 23:36:36      Last updated: 2013-04-05 10:05:39

VoID descriptions are fetched as Turtle, cleaned up to be valid OWL ontology and include useful labels, processed through the OWL reasoner Pellet; this adds inferred PROV statements to the RDF, which is then fed to the PROV Toolbox, generating an SVG visualization of the provenance.

Note that this workflow downloads CWM, Pellet and ProvToolbox on demand, and uses UNIX command line tools like wget and md5 which are unlikely to work in Windows. This workflow has been tested on Ubuntu 12.10 with Taverna 2.4.0.

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  • Friday 05 April 2013 08:23:27 (UTC)

    Note that this workflow does not work on Windows as it uses command line tools like wget and unzip.




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