VOILA Presentation @ ISWC '18

Ben De Meester, Pieter Heyvaert, Anastasia Dimou, and Ruben Verborgh

Ghent University – imec – IDLab, Ghent, Belgium

Towards a Uniform User Interface
for Editing Data Shapes

Ben De Meester, ben.demeester@ugent.be, @Ben__DM

Pieter Heyvaert, Anastasia Dimou, and Ruben Verborgh

IDLab, Department of Electronics and Information Systems,
Ghent University – imec, Ghent, Belgium

imec imec

Garbage In, Garbage Out? Data shapes

Easy editing is important

What are the necessary features for visually editing data shapes?

Outline

  1. SOTA
  2. Features
  3. PoC: unSHACLed
    • UI
    • Features
  4. Conclusions

Outline

  1. SOTA
  2. Features
  3. PoC: unSHACLed
    • UI
    • Features
  4. Conclusions

State of the Art

Outline

  1. SOTA
  2. Features
  3. PoC: unSHACLed
    • UI
    • Features
  4. Conclusions

Desired Features for Data Shape Editing

Outline

  1. SOTA
  2. Features
  3. PoC: unSHACLed
    • UI
    • Features
  4. Conclusions

unSHACLed



https://w3id.org/imec/unshacled/app

The unSHACLED UI, consisting of an Overview Sidebar (left),
an Action Toolbar (top), and an Editing Area (middle-right)

Different elements enable the different features

Features UI Element
Overview Sidebar Action Toolbar Editing Area
F1. Independence of constraint language
F2. Support multiple data sources
F3. Support different serializations
F4. Support multiple ontologies
F5. Multiple alternative modeling approaches
F6. Non-linear workflows
F7. Independence of execution

Outline

  1. SOTA
  2. Features
  3. PoC: unSHACLed
    • UI
    • Features
  4. Conclusions

Conclusions

Towards a Uniform User Interface
for Editing Data Shapes

Ben De Meester, ben.demeester@ugent.be, @Ben__DM

Pieter Heyvaert, Anastasia Dimou, and Ruben Verborgh

IDLab, Department of Electronics and Information Systems,
Ghent University – imec, Ghent, Belgium

imec imec
Ghent University imec