Graphic module of the Visualisation Ontology (VISO)

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/
Current version:
1.0
Authors:
http://purl.org/viso/JanPolowinski
http://purl.org/viso/MartinVoigt
Contact:
jan.polowinski at tu-dresden.de
Imported Ontologies:
http://purl.org/viso/anno/
http://purl.org/viso/bibliography/
http://purl.org/viso/data/
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Table of Content

  1. Introduction
  2. Classes
  3. Object Properties
  4. Data Properties
  5. Annotation Properties
  6. Namespace Declarations

Abstract

The graphic module of VISO defines concepts and relations from the field of graphics and visualisation.

This ontology does not define facts. This instance data is stored in the facts/empiric module. Stable vocabulary terms are marked with the string stable using the property term_status from the SemWeb Vocab Status ontology.

Note that individuals may currently not be represented in the docu due to a bug in the documentation software.

Classes

Bar Chartc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Bar_Chart

has super-classes
is disjoint with

Chronological Link Diagramc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Chronological_Link_Diagram

  • »A chronological link diagram is a representation that qualifies both as a link diagram and as a time chart (e.g. family tree).«
has super-classes
is disjoint with

Colorc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Color

has super-classes

Containmentc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Containment_Relation

The containment relation is actually binary, but this class is still needed to allow for properly assigning the roles container and containee to the involved graphic objects.

  • »Roberts: Enclosure: ===Enclosure=== *Examples: Venn-Diagramms, Enclosure Trees, TreeMaps (squarified)«
  • »Containment is a basic syntactic structure, see container (2.5.1)«
has super-classes

Directed Linkingc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Linking_Directed_Relation

has super-classes

Dynamic Graphic Representationc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Dynamic_Graphic_Representation

has super-classes

Elementary Graphic Objectc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Elementary_Graphic_Object

  • »The graphic objects at the most detailed level of a syntactic decomposition are referred to as elementary graphic objects. The level of detail of a syntactic decomposition will usually be chosen such that, with regard to semantics, an elementary graphic object will be a 'basic-level' meaningful object (often standing for some concept, entity, or occurrence). Useful levels of detail for distinguishing meaningful graphic objects depend on the function of the graphic representation in its communicational context andd on the goal of the compositional analysis.«
  • »An elementary graphic object is a graphic object at the most detailed level of a syntactic decomposition. The level of detail of a syntactic decomposition will usually be chosen such that, with regard to semantics, an elementary graphic object will be a 'basic-level' meaningful object (often standing for some concept, entity, or occurrence) (2.3).«
has super-classes

Empty Spacec

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Empty_Space

  • »Spatial clustering separates graphic objects through the use of empty space.«
has super-classes

Enclosure Treec

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Enclosure_Tree

  • »Enclosure uses lines to hierarchically enclose nested subsets of the tree. Figure 26.20 (d) is an enclosure tree encoding of Darwin's tree in Fig. 26.20 (a). We have already seen one attempt to use tree enclosure, TreeMaps (Fig. 26.5).«
has super-classes
is disjoint with

Graphic Objectc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Graphic_Object

  • »A graphic object is a 'carrier' of visual attributes such as size, shape and color. Often a graphic object is equated with its shape, and the shape is regarded as the 'carrier' of the other visual attributes (e.g. "a large red square"). Visual attributes are discussed in section 2.2.«
  • »Graphic representations, as well as their graphic constituents, are graphic objects. A graphic object may be an elementary graphic object or a composite graphic object (2.1 and 2.3).«
has super-classes
  • owl:Thing
has sub-classes
Elementary Graphic Objectc, Empty Spacec, Graphic Representationc

Graphic Representationc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Graphic_Representation

  • »A graphic representation is a visible artifact on a more or less flat surface, that was created in order to express information (1).«
  • »A graphic representation is a visible artifact on a more or less flat surface, that was created in order to express information. (p. 2) (See page 9 for difference between interactive, dynamic, static.) It was noted in section 2.1 that we will regard a graphic representation as a graphic object, and we will also regard the graphic constituents of a graphic representationn as graphic objects. This notion of graphic objects incorporates the recursive notion of composite graphic objects and their graphic sub-objects [...]. (p. 23) The main criteria in most existing classifications of graphic representations seem to be based on combinations of: - the type of syntactic structure that is involved in the representation, and - the type of information that is expressed in the representation. (p. 137)«
  • »###Representation### Tufte’s books on visual representation illustrate how the use of pictures to understand ‘data’ predates modern interest by some millenia! Tufte builds on Bertin’s 1967 semiology of graphics that sets out a taxonomy of marks and representation systems; both in turn draw on the semiotic approach established by Peirce around a century ago. An interesting bridge between this work and the more formal approach of Brodlie et.al. (see below) was set out by Keller and Keller in a book on visual cues, in which example representations are indexed by properties of the data field (numbers of dependent and independent variables), and by the visualization goal. Data (field) and representation are coupled; some models of representation are specific to classes of data. Thus for example work in flow visualization and graph visualization have distinct categories of representations. Many visualization problems call for the composition of multiple representations; an ontology will need concepts to distinguish for example graphical superimposition from separate representations linked via some common frame of reference.«
has super-classes
has sub-classes
Dynamic Graphic Representationc, Hybrid Graphic Representationc, Information Landscapec, Interactive Graphic Representationc, Link Diagramc, Mapc, Primary Graphic Representationc, Time Chartc, graphic:Static_Graphic_Representationc

Graphic Spacec

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Graphic_Space

  • »Graphic space is the two-dimensional or (virtual) three-dimensional space that is displayed within a graphic object (2.2).«
  • »[...] our notion of spatial structure will not concern the physical space of the presen tation surface, but the two-dimensional or three-dimensional graphic space that is displayed on that presentation surface.«
    (Comment: Taken from a section on graphic space.)
has super-classes
  • owl:Thing

graphic:Brightnessc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Brightness

has super-classes
  • owl:Thing

graphic:Color_Attributec

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Color_Attribute

has super-classes
has sub-classes
Colorc

graphic:N-AryGraphicO2ORelationc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/N-AryGraphicO2ORelation

has super-classes
  • owl:Thing

graphic:N-AryRelationHelperPropertyc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/N-AryRelationHelperProperty

has super-classes
  • owl:Thing

graphic:Object-to-Object_Relationc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Object-to-Object_Relation

has super-classes
  • owl:Thing
has sub-classes
Containmentc, Directed Linkingc, Labelingc, Relative Distancec, Superimpositionc, Undirected Linkingc

graphic:Reference_Objectc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Reference_Object

  • »(an informational role): Reference objects are those graphic objects within a graphic representation that a) serve to enable the interpretation of information objects, and that b) would not necessarily have to be adjusted if the represented information (data) would change. Reference objects can be divided into spatial reference objects and legend objects (3.3).«
has super-classes
  • owl:Thing
has sub-classes
Legend Objectc, graphic:Spatial_Reference_Objectc

graphic:Saturationc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Saturation

has super-classes
  • owl:Thing

graphic:Sizec

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Size

has super-classes
  • owl:Thing

graphic:Spatial_Attributec

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Spatial_Attribute

  • »If we would regard every point of a graphic object as being anchored to its location in graphic space, then varying a spatial attribute of the object would alter this anchoring (at least for some points), while varying an area-fill attribute of the object would not alter this anchoring.«
  • »In this framework spatial position is treated separately, in the context of syntactic structures (2.5).«
has super-classes
has sub-classes
Shapec

graphic:Spatial_Reference_Objectc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Spatial_Reference_Object

  • »(an informational role): Spatial reference objects are reference objects that mark a meaningful space (e.g. grid lines, axes and their annotations) (3.3).«
has super-classes
has sub-classes
Gridc

graphic:Static_Graphic_Representationc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Static_Graphic_Representation

has super-classes
has sub-classes
Bar Chartc, Photographc, Pie Chartc, Scatter Plotc

graphic:SyntacticRolec

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/SyntacticRole

has super-classes
  • owl:Thing

GraphicAttributec

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/GraphicAttribute

The class of all properties that are graphic attribute relations

has super-classes
has sub-classes
GraphicAttributeContinuousc, GraphicAttributeDiscretec

GraphicAttributeContinuousc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/GraphicAttributeContinuous

has super-classes

GraphicAttributeDiscretec

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/GraphicAttributeDiscrete

has super-classes

GraphicObjectToObjectRelationc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/GraphicObjectToObjectRelation

The class of all properties that are visual relations between complex objects. Visual relations build visual (syntactic) object-to-object structures.

has super-classes

GraphicRelationc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/GraphicRelation

A relation between two graphic objects or an attribute that can be used to express something graphically.

Spatial / Non-Spatial , Attribute / Object2Object and Binary/N-Ary are facets of graphic relations, however here classes are build according to the actually existing properties. It could also be considered to call GraphicAttributes Object-to-Space-Relations and always state the space with an N-ary relations. This has been avoided for now for the sake of simplicity. Still it could become necessary, e.g. in order to allow world-within-world positioning (nested coordinate systems). For non-spatial relations it's harder to imagine such cases, but there may be some. It will probabal be too hard to differentiate multiple nested spaces, e.g. for color hue. But may be it is possible for brightness. This has to be tested. Object-to-Space-Relations and Attribute seem to be exchangeable terms.

has super-classes
has sub-classes
GraphicAttributec, GraphicObjectToObjectRelationc

Gridc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Grid

has super-classes

Grouping Diagramc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Grouping_Diagram

  • »A grouping diagram is a graphic representation in which the syntactic structuree serves to express the categorization of a set of elements. The syntactic structure of a grouping diagram may consist of a spatial clustering, of separations by separators, or of (overlapping) containers (all discussed in sub- section 2.5.1). This type of representation involves 'grouping' in the sense proposedd by Richards (1984).«
has super-classes
is disjoint with

Hybrid Graphic Representationc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Hybrid_Graphic_Representation

has super-classes
has sub-classes
Chronological Link Diagramc, Path Mapc
is disjoint with

Indented Listc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Indented_List

Tree visualization like in file browser

  • »Most of the ontology visualization systems [...] along with their main visualization technique, offer a Windows Explorer-like tree view of the ontology.«
has super-classes
is disjoint with

Information Landscapec

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Information_Landscape

  • »In fact, one popular 3-variable information visualization that lies between 2D and 3D is the information landscape (Fig. 26.16[m]). This is essentially a 2D scattergraphwith one datavariable extruded into the third spatial dimension. Its essence is that two of the spatial dimensions are more tightly coupled and often relate to a 2D visualization. For example, the two dimensions might form a map with the bars showing the GDP of each region.«
has super-classes

Interactive Graphic Representationc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Interactive_Graphic_Representation

  • »Interaction between human and computer is at the heart of modern information visualization and for a single overriding reason: the enormous benefit that can accrue from being able to change one's view of a corpus of data. Usually that corpus is so large that no single all-inclusive view is likely to lead to insight. Those who wish to acquire insight must explore, interactively, subsets of that corpus to find their way towards the view that triggers an 'a ha!' experience.«
  • »Interactivity is what makes visualization a new medium, separating it from generations of excellent work on scientific diagrams and data graphics. Interactivity means controlling the parameters in the visualization reference model (Fig. 26.10). This naturally means that there are different types of interactivity, because the user could control the parameters to data transformations, to visual mappings, or to view transformations. It also means that there are different forms of interactivity based on the response cycle of the interaction. As an approximation, we can think of there being three time constants that govern interactivity, which we take to be 0.1 sec, 1 sec , and 10 sec (Card, Moran, & Newell, 1986) (although the ideal value of these may be somewhat less, say, 0.07 sec, 0.7 sec, and 7 sec).«
  • »###Interactivity### * Indicate: show me where I am pointing at * Select: mark something as interesting * Explore: show me something else * Reconfigure: show me a different arrangement * Encode: show me a different representation * Abstract/Elaborate: show me more or less detail * Filter: show me something conditionally * Connect: show me related items * Activate: trigger action * Modify: manipulate elements «
has super-classes
is disjoint with

Isosurfacec

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Isosurface

has super-classes
is disjoint with

Jitteringc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Jittering

Positioning along one (or more) axis without encoding information to resolve overlapps for example.

  • »Area/position presentation of the Price and Mileage relations. The vertical positioning of the marks reduces the chance that a mark is covered. This technique is called jittering; the vertical positioning does not encode any information.«
has super-classes

Labelingc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Labeling_Relation

Labeling can be used for attributes (simple datatypes), but also for relations to complex entities when the related entity shall not have its own full graphic representation. Instead a new graphic object, playing the role of a label can be created, which represents the related entity, but only displays a small subset of the entities details, e.g. its name or the name and a thumbnail picture.

There is also a simple binary version of this relation defined as a property. In contrast this n-ary version should allow the definition of a (prefrerred) attachment relation and relative position.

has super-classes

Legendc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Legend

has super-classes

Legend Objectc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Legend_Object

  • »(an informational role): Legend objects are graphic objects that explain symbols and/or visual attributes that are used in a graphic representation. Most legend objects are composite graphic objects, structured as a table with one column displaying (some of) the used symbols and/or visual attributes, and another column displaying a verbal or numerical explanation of their meaning (3.3).«
has super-classes
has sub-classes
Legendc

Link Diagramc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Link_Diagram

A link diagram is a graphic representation in which the syntactic structure consists of linking. Syntactic structures that consist of linking can be divided into linear chains, circular chains, trees, and networks.

  • »A link diagram is a graphic representation in which the syntactic structure consists of linking. Syntactic structures that consist of linking can be divided into linear chains, circular chains, trees, and networks (see subsection 2.5.1).«
  • »###Node-Link Diagram###«

Also called "Graph" or "Connected Graph" sometimes, though also plots are called "graphs" elsewhere.

has super-classes
has sub-classes
Chronological Link Diagramc, Link Diagram (pure)c, Path Mapc

Link Diagram (pure)c

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Pure_Link_Diagram

A link diagram, which is not combined with other graphic representation types, i.e., that is a primary graphic representation, not a hybrid one.

has super-classes

Mapc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Map

  • »A map is a graphic representation in which the syntactic structure is based on an integral metric space (see subsection 2.5.2) that serves to represent a physical arrangement on a geographical surface. This integral metric space mayy be distorted, involving a more or less literal correspondence to the represented physical arrangement. The graphic objects that a map consists of are usually free in their mode of expression: they may be non-pictorial - such as abstract shapes as symbols for cities, and words or numbers as labels - or pictorial - such as pictorial symbols.«
has super-classes
has sub-classes
Path Mapc

Named Visual Attributec

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Named_Visual_Attribute

Discrete named values a visual attribute may take.

Example

Instances: Red, Green, Blue, Big, Small, Dark, Round, ...

has super-classes
  • owl:Thing
has sub-classes
graphic:Color_Attributec, graphic:Spatial_Attributec

Path Mapc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Path_Map

  • »A path map is a representation that qualifies both as a link diagram and as a map.«
has super-classes
is disjoint with

Permutation Matrixc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Permutation_Matrix

  • »A permutation matrix is a graphic rendition of a cases x variables display.«
  • Bertin Jacques in »Semiology of Graphics: Diagrams, Networks, Maps «
has super-classes

Photographc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Photograph

  • »According to our definition, a photograph may also serve as a graphic representation, especially if it is augmented with explanatory labels.«
has super-classes

Picturec

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Picture

  • »A picture is a graphic representation in which the syntactic structure is based on an integral metric space (see subsection 2.5.2) that serves to represent thee physical structure of physical objects. Like in a map, the integral metric spacee of a picture may be distorted, involving a more or less literal correspondencee to the represented physical structure. While the graphic objects that a map consists of are usually free in their mode of expression, the main graphic objects that a picture consists of involve a pictorial mode of expression (realistic or schematic). However, a picture may also include labels, which are free in their mode of expression.«
has super-classes

Pie Chartc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Pie_Chart

has super-classes

Primary Graphic Representationc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Primary_Graphic_Representation

  • »###Primitive Graphical Language### «
    (Comment: Mackinlay gives examples of primitive graphical languages: Horizontal axis, Vertical axis, line chart, bar chart, color, shape, orientation, tree, acyclic graph, network, pie chart, venn diagramm)
has super-classes
has sub-classes
Enclosure Treec, Grouping Diagramc, Indented Listc, Isosurfacec, Link Diagram (pure)c, Permutation Matrixc, Picturec

Relative Distancec

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Relative_Distance_Relation

This was called Spatial Clustering in older VISO versions

has super-classes

Scatter Plotc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Scatter_Plot

has super-classes

Shapec

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Shape

has super-classes

Superimpositionc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Superimposition_Relation

  • »Superimposition is a basic syntactic structure that involves a foreground object and a background object. The foreground object is perceived as being 'in front of' the background object, visually occluding part of it (2.5.1).«

Trial to allow n-ary relations at the example of superimposition. X superimposes Y by Z percent.

has super-classes

Time Chartc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Time_Chart

  • »A time chart is a graphic representation in which the syntactic structure serves to show the passing of time. Such a syntactic structure may be an ordered lineup or it may be based on a metric axis. A time chart involves metaphoric correspondence (order/length in graphic space stands metaphorically for order/length in time). According to Tufte, time charts are the most frequently used type of graphic representations.«
has super-classes
has sub-classes
Chronological Link Diagramc

Undirected Linkingc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Linking_Undirected_Relation

  • »Linking is a basic syntactic structure that involves connectors (2.5.1).«

compare to Roberts: Connectivity

has super-classes

Visual Value Listc

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Visual_Value_List

has super-classes
  • rdf:List

Visualisation Techniquec

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/Visualisation_Technique

has super-classes
  • owl:Thing
has sub-classes
Isosurfacec, Jitteringc

Object Properties

color brightness namedop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/color_brightness_named

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

color namedop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/color_named

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

color saturation namedop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/color_saturation_named

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

contained byop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/contained_by

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

containment containeeop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/containment_containee

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

containment containerop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/containment_container

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

containsop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/contains

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

end nodeop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/linkingDirected_endNode

has super-properties

labeled withop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/labeled_with

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

labeling attached byop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/labeling_attachedBy

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

The graphic relation used to attach the label. (E.g. containment, linking, clustering)

labeling baseop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/labeling_base

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

The labeled object.

labeling labelop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/labeling_label

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

The object used as a label.

labeling positionop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/labeling_position

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

The position used to attach the label. Can be one of viso-graphic:TopRight, viso-graphic:CenterCenter, viso-graphic:BottomLeft ...

labelsop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/labels

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

linked fromop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/linked_from

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

linked toop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/linked_to

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

Links one graphic object to another using a directed connector. (An n-ary relation pattern is used to model this).

linked withop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/linked_with

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

Links two graphic objects using an undirected connector. (An n-ary relation pattern is used to model this).

linking connectorop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/linking_connector

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

Eventually, an extra role should be used for a directed connector to be used with Linking_Directed_Relation. However, the kind of connector can also be derived from context (e.g. existence of startNode, endNode or type of n-ary Relation)

TMPOFF: domain should be the union of undirected or directed linking. Until supported by the code generator, the domain is completely removed here and put to the extras for codegen.

linking nodeop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/linking_node

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty
has sub-properties
end nodeop, start nodeop

relative distance toop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/relative_distance_to

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

States the relative distance between two graphic objects in comparison to the default distance (1). (An n-ary relation pattern is used to model this).

relatively distant objectop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/relatively_distant_object

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

shape namedop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/shape_named

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

size namedop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/size_named

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

start nodeop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/linkingDirected_startNode

has super-properties

superimposed byop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/superimposed_by

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

superimposesop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/superimposes

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

superimposition overlapping partop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/superimposition_overlappingPart

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

superimposition superimposeeop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/superimposition_superimposee

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

superimposition superimposerop

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/superimposition_superimposer

has super-properties
  • owl:topObjectProperty

Data Properties

areadp

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/area

has super-properties
  • has quantitative value

color HSL huedp

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/color_hsl_hue

has super-properties

color HSL lightnessdp

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/color_hsl_lightness

has super-properties
  • has quantitative value

color HSL saturationdp

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/color_hsl_saturation

has super-properties
  • has quantitative value

color RGBdp

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/color_rgb

has super-properties
  • owl:topDataProperty

color RGB Bluedp

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/color_rgb_b

has super-properties
  • has quantitative value

color RGB Greendp

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/color_rgb_g

has super-properties
  • has quantitative value

color RGB Reddp

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/color_rgb_r

has super-properties
  • has quantitative value

graphic:positiondp

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/position

has super-properties
  • owl:topDataProperty
has sub-properties
x-positiondp, y-positiondp

has non-spatial graphic attributedp

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/has_non-spatial_graphic_attribute

has super-properties
  • owl:topDataProperty
has sub-properties
color HSL huedp

relative distance valuedp

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/relativeDistance_value

has super-properties
  • owl:topDataProperty

text valuedp

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/text_value

has super-properties
  • owl:topDataProperty

This should have a relation to shape, since text is also graphic shapes.

subproperty relation to shape named could make sense, but was deleted for now (when a text value is given, the shape of the graphic object will be (roughly) the shape of the text value)

widthdp

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/width

has super-properties
  • has quantitative value

x-positiondp

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/x_position

has super-properties

y-positiondp

http://purl.org/viso/graphic/y_position

has super-properties

Annotation Properties

Namespace Declarations

default namespace
http://purl.org/viso/graphic/
basic
http://prismstandard.org/namespaces/1.2/basic/
bibo
http://purl.org/ontology/bibo/
bibo-extension
http://purl.org/viso/bibo-extension/
data
http://purl.org/viso/data/
event
http://purl.org/NET/c4dm/event.owl#
foaf
http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/
graphic
http://purl.org/viso/graphic/
ns
http://www.w3.org/2003/06/sw-vocab-status/ns#
owl
http://www.w3.org/2002/07/owl#
rdf
http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#
rdfs
http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#
schema
http://schemas.talis.com/2005/address/schema#
skos
http://www.w3.org/2004/02/skos/core#
terms
http://purl.org/dc/terms/
xsd
http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#

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This HTML document was obtained by processing the OWL ontology source code through LODE, Live OWL Documentation Environment, developed by Silvio Peroni.