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  • 1. Visualising Ontology Schemas (Models) and RDF data (Individuals / Content) Questions for Pundit users Question groups: 1. Wittgenstein Incubator scholars 2. DM2E data providers 3. MPIWG scholars 4. Georg-Eckert-Institut 5. BWG Question form: 2-3 Pre-Interviews (Alois Pichler, ...) (Online) Questionnaire Aim of the questionaire: Investigate how RDF data should be visualised in Pundit. To do : Introduction, statement on privacy protection I. Background Contact with ontologies or RDF data; Questions should help to group test persons into expert and non-experts 1. Which role does RDF or ontologies play in your daily work? Text field 2. Are you familiar with different RDF representations? Multiple choice ● RDF XML ● Turtle ● N3 ● Other: Text field 3. Do you know how to read RDF data? a. Yes ● If yes, please specify: Multiple choice ○ RDF XML ○ Turtle ○ N3 ○ Other: Text field b. No 4. Can you write RDF? Multiple choice a. Yes ● If yes, please specify: Multiple choice
  • 2. ○ RDF XML ○ Turtle ○ N3 ○ Other: Text field b. No 5. Any other remarks related to the background section. Text field - Bridge to next section - 6. Do you build ontologies? Multiple choice ● Yes → go on with part II a - o.k. ● No → go on with question 6 -o.k. 7. Do you work with existing ontologies? Multiple choice ● Yes → go on with part II b ● No → go on with part III
  • 3. II. Daily Routine a. Ontology Creation 1. On which ontology do you work? Text field 2. What is the domain of the ontology? Multiple choice ● Life Science ● Media ● Libraries or Publications ● People ● Medicine ● (Digital) Humanities ● Geographic ● Computer and Web science ● User Generated Content ● Cross-domain ● Other: Text field 3. What is the task of the ontology? Text field 4. How would you describe the build-up? Multiple choice ● Object-centred ● Event-centred ● Other: Text field ● Don’t know 5. How large is the ontology? If possible, state approx. numbers of classes and properties. Text fields ● Classes: ● Properties: ● Overall: ● Additional remark: 6. How many persons are involved in the ontology creation? Multiple choice ● 1 ● 2-5 ● 5-20 ● 20-50 ● More than 50 7. How to you create ontologies? a. Do you use an ontology editor? Multiple choice ● Yes If yes, please specify: Multiple choice
  • 4. ○ Protégé ○ OntoStudio ○ TopBraid Composer ○ Other: Text field ● No b. Which type of editor do you prefer for ontology creation? Multiple choice ● Text Editor ● WYSIWYG Editor ● Visual Network Representation ● Other: Text field c. Are the tools dependent on other software (like OS)? Multiple choice ● Yes ○ On which tool? Text field ● No d. Are the tools free, open source, bound to (commercial) licenses? Multiple choice ● Free ● Open Source ● Commercial ● Don’t know ● Other license Text field e. What features of the tools you use are most helpful in your work? Multiple choice ● Simple creation of resources ● Build-in properties ● Interface of the tool ● Graph visualisation ● Other: Text field f. Do you have suggestions to improve the tool? Text field g. Is graph interaction text-based or using visualizations? Text field 8. Any other remarks related to ontology creation. Text field 9. Do you create ontologies from scratch or do you reuse existing vocabularies? Multiple choice ● Creation of new ontology without using others. → Please go on with part III. ● Reuse of existing vocabularies. → Please go on with part II b.
  • 5. II. Daily Routine b. Working with existing ontologies 1. Which existing ontology/ies do you use? Text field 2. What is the domain of the used ontology? Multiple choice ● Life Science ● Media ● Libraries or Publications ● People ● Medicine ● (Digital) Humanities ● Geographic ● Computer and Web science ● User Generated Content ● Cross-domain ● Other: Text field 3. Which are your main criteria for the selection of reusable ontologies? Multiple choice ● The ontology must be well-known ● The ontology should be broadly used by others ● The resources must be described in a similar way as it is done in our ontology ● The ontology must already be interlinked with other ontologies ● I do not have special criteria ● Other: Text field 4. Are you satisfied with the functionality of the used visualisation tools? a. Which functions are particulary important for you? Text field b. Which features do you not use on a regular basis? Text field c. What would you change, if you could, to improve your work with ontologies? Text field d. Other remarks Text field 5. Any other remarks related to ontology reuse. Text field - Bridge to next section - 6. Do you use a visualisation tools for the description of the classes and properties? Multiple choice a. Yes ● Please write down which Text field b. No ● Please go on with part III
  • 6. III. Ontology and RDF visualisation a. Visualisation in general 1. How would you describe “ontology” to a stranger (in a few words)? Text field 2. How would you visualise ontologies? a. Do you make a difference between ontology elements like properties or classes? Multiple choice ● Yes ○ Please specify: Text field ● No b. Do you make use of different visualisation elements? Multiple choice ● Circles for nodes ● Different node shapes ● Arrows ● Lines ● Other: Text field ● None c. Do you prefer a detailed view or a complete overview or do you require both? Multiple choice ● Detailed view ● Complete overview ● Don’t know ● None d. Do you make a difference between the ontology schema / model without content and the individuals / actual data? Text field e. Would you like to have alternate views or be able to make subgraph selections? Multiple choice ● Alternate views ○ Please specify: Text field ● Subgraph selections ○ Please specify: Text field ● Don’t know ● No f. Please try to describe your ideal visualisation idea for ontologies. Text field 3. How would you visualise RDF data? a. Which structure would you use? Multiple choice ● Triple ● Graph structure ● Other: Text field b. Do you make a difference between resources and literals? Multiple choice
  • 7. ● Yes ● No ● Don’t know c. Do you make use of different visualisation elements? Multiple choice ● Circles ● Rectangles ● Other Node Shapes ● Arrows ● Lines ● Other: Text field ● None d. Would you like to have alternate views or be able to make subgraph selections? Multiple choice ● Alternate views ○ Please specify: Text field ● Subgraph selections ○ Please specify: Text field ● Don’t know ● No e. Please try to describe your ideal visualisation idea for RDF data / triples. Text field 4. Would your idea of an ideal visualisation differ for data that you create or have created and data that you will use or extract? Multiple Choice ● Yes, in the following way: Text field ● Maybe ● Not at all ● I don’t know
  • 8. -Page Break- 5. Which of the following RDF or ontology representations do you think would be the most suitable? Multiple Choice 6. Why have you chosen this representation? Text field 7. Any other remarks related to this section. Text field
  • 9. III. Ontology and RDF visualisation b. Visualisation tools 1. Do you know any visualisation tools for ontologies or RDF data? Multiple Choice ● Protégé ● LODlive ● LODvisualization ● Swiki Notes ● RelFinder ● Other: Text field 2. Would you recommend any of these? Multiple Choice ● Yes ○ Why? Text field ● No ○ Why not? Text field ● Yes, if the following functions would change or be added: ○ Text field 3. How would you improve the tools you are working with? Text field 4. Where/How are they integrated in your daily work? Text field 5. Which tools are you currently using? Multiple Choice ● Protégé ● LODlive ● LODvisualization ● Swiki Notes ● RelFinder ● Other: Text field 6. Which features are you missing in current visualisation tools? Text field 7. What can currently not be visualised? Text field 8. Should visualization be combined with RDF creation or manipulation functions? Multiple Choice ● Yes ○ Where? Text field ○ How? Text field ● No
  • 10. ● Don’t know 9. Would you rather see only the schema/model or the structure together with the content (individuals)? Multiple Choice ● Only a schema view ● Schema and content ● Don’t know 10. Should image annotation be visualised in a different manner than text annotations? a. If yes, how? 11. Do you want to create and visualize statistics of annotations? a. Which tools should be responsible? Text field b. What should be shown? Text field 12. Any other remarks related to visualisation tools. Text field
  • 11. IV. Pundit In this part of the questionnaire, we would like you to reflect on your work with Pundit. 1. How often do you use Pundit for your work? Multiple Choice  Daily  Weekly  Monthly  Less often 2. Which features do you use? Multiple Choice  Text annotation  Triple generator  Additional metadata  Other 3. From your perspective: How could Pundit be improved? 4. Would an RDF or ontology visualisation make the use of Pundit easier? Multiple Choice  Yes  Maybe  Don’t know  No 5. What should be visualised? Multiple Choice  Annotations / triples  Ontologies  Other data 6. How would you integrate the visualisation in Pundit? a. Annotation visualisation [Images with examples or text field] b. Ontology visualisation [Images with examples or text field] 7. Do you share your annotations notebooks with other people? Multiple Choice  Yes  No
  • 12. 8. What kind of visualisation would you like to see for your annotation? Multiple Choice  Other: Text field 9. What kind of visualisation would you like to see for the used ontologies? Multiple Choice
  • 13.  Other: Text field 10. Do you know other annotations tools with visualisation features? Text field 11. Any other remarks related to Pundit. Text field
  • 14. Images