You can download it from http://techinvestlab.ru/dot15926Editor15beta/
Everything new in this release is about patterns.
The Editor finally acquired a visual pattern editor with search
capabilities. No more fiddling with Python dictionaries. Pattern
libraries are rendered as data sources, patterns are built on-screen
by referencing to comprising templates, linking variables are
highlighted for easy understanding of pattern structure. New open JSON
format is used for patterns now, we're inviting all interested parties
to continue discussions on RDF format to represent patterns as
reference data (viewtopic.php?f=3&t=222
The Editor allows import of patterns from IIP TIP Manger database,
performing in the process generic pattern discovery and doing some
Pattern use in mapping is illustrated by an adapter prototyping demo.
One plant process flow diagram (represented by spreadsheets exported
from an engineering tool of a major vendor) is analysed and mapped to
ISO 15926. The mapping uses patterns to model project items' relations
and to describe spreadsheet structure. Complete sample data with
walk-through guide are included with the documentation.
Three new ways to do data visualization and reporting are included
with this release:
- open-source Linked Data extension packaged with web engine allows
user to start her own Linked Data server, delivering rich
pattern-based representation of project and reference data (including
PCA RDL data) with semantic search;
- pattern-based export to spreadsheets for simple RDF-to-table data
- basic graph export allows to visualize topology of a system in .xgml
format supported by free graph editors.
The Editor facilitates pattern-based access to APIs of external
databases and services; sample adapter to Google Maps' API
) illustrates these new
Turtle format is now fully supported, you can save .ttl files.
It is a beta release mainly because not all the documentation was
updated. See \documentation\dot15926AdapterSample.pdf file for guide
to new features.