Image Annotation Tool
See the Java Web Start Demo
Quick user Guide:
Simple use the Ontology menu. You can select an ontology from the menu, or type the name of your file in the Ontology Dialog.
(You can paste the name of the Ontology simply using Shift+Ins).
Please note that the current version of PhotoStuff only read strictly owl files. (If your ontology file has constructs like rdf:Class or daml:Class this would be ignore).
Also make sure to define the xmlns y xml:base in your ontology file.
You can load an image from your computer on a image from the web using the URL of the image.
Select the tool from the ToolBar of the regions you like to create. The region can be a rectangle, an oval, or you can create your own free hand region.
Then add the region to the list of active regions of that image by clicking the button “Add” in the Image Regions List.
Note that this list has the regions of the active image.
1 .- Drag class from ClassTree to Image if Image represents the object in class.
2.- Drag class from ClassTree to name of region in the List of regions if class is represented by a region of the image.
The class with all their properties will be shown in the Workspace.
Classes are shown in light pink.
Object properties are shown in light blue.
Datatype properties are shown in light green.
Use the Expand/Contract buttons to show/hide details.
Use the add/delete button to add/delete values of the particular property.
Clicking in the add button of a datatype properties shows a new textbox to write in the value.
Clicking in the add button of a object properties shows a menu of available classes (The classes that are defined in the range of the property).
Viewing OWL generated
The OWL can be browsed by :
Looking at the instances in the “Instances” tab. This is a more friendly display.
Saving to a file.
Sending the OWL to the mindswap site (need login/passwd).