Re: Statistic of Data in owl file

2016-10-19 Thread neha gupta
Yes students here are working on projects but we are working independently. Will it be useful if we use another owl file to store information, apart from our main owl file. And use team1.addLiteral() for Number of goals, wins etc so that data might not be over written. And in our main owl

Re: Statistic of Data in owl file

2016-10-19 Thread Lorenz B.
Neha, given that many of you (I read a lots of similar questions) are doing some exercise, you should try to think more complex then. Obviously, one way would be to keep track of the event when data was entered. > I want just to know is there any approach in which we can keep track of > data

Re: Statistic of Data in owl file

2016-10-18 Thread neha gupta
David, what if we write something like this team1.setPropertyValue(Goals, literalvalue) If we enter Goals next time, the previous value will be vanish, right? On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 12:00 PM, David Jordan wrote: > No reason to overwrite anything, each event will

Re: Statistic of Data in owl file

2016-10-18 Thread David Jordan
No reason to overwrite anything, each event will have attributes, including a date. On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 2:27 PM, Andy Seaborne wrote: > neha, > > Your question is too open ended. Sounds like the whole exercise you have > been asked to do. > > What have you tried? > > Try

Re: Statistic of Data in owl file

2016-10-18 Thread neha gupta
I want just to know is there any approach in which we can keep track of data previously entered. I am very sorry but I have not tried any thing related to it as I am completely blind it? I searched the web from last three-four days but could not found hints. That is why I asked here in the experts

Re: Statistic of Data in owl file

2016-10-18 Thread Andy Seaborne
neha, Your question is too open ended. Sounds like the whole exercise you have been asked to do. What have you tried? Try something and show what you have tried and your thoughts about it. (a complete, minimal example - emphasis on "complete" and "minimal"). Andy On 18/10/16