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      The Semantic Web takes Wing: Programming Ontologies with Tawny-OWL

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          The Tawny-OWL library provides a fully-programmatic environment for ontology building; it enables the use of a rich set of tools for ontology development, by recasting development as a form of programming. It is built in Clojure - a modern Lisp dialect, and is backed by the OWL API. Used simply, it has a similar syntax to OWL Manchester syntax, but it provides arbitrary extensibility and abstraction. It builds on existing facilities for Clojure, which provides a rich and modern programming tool chain, for versioning, distributed development, build, testing and continuous integration. In this paper, we describe the library, this environment and the its potential implications for the ontology development process.

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              Brain: biomedical knowledge manipulation

              Summary: Brain is a Java software library facilitating the manipulation and creation of ontologies and knowledge bases represented with the Web Ontology Language (OWL). Availability and implementation: The Java source code and the library are freely available at https://github.com/loopasam/Brain and on the Maven Central repository (GroupId: uk.ac.ebi.brain). The documentation is available at https://github.com/loopasam/Brain/wiki. Contact: croset@ebi.ac.uk Supplementary information: Supplementary data are available at Bioinformatics online.
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                2013-03-01
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                1303.0213

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                cs.AI cs.DL

                Information & Library science, Artificial intelligence

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