• 1 - Start
  • 2 - Loading
  • 3 - User Input
  • 4 - Modeling Choices
  • 5 - Diagnosis
  • 6 - Generating Ontology

This tool generates the corresponding OWL file from a SKOS file by applying the generic/taxonomic approach.

You can either specify the URL of an online SKOS document or upload a local SKOS file using the form below.

Specify Input *

File Type:
File Name:

I grant the E-Business & Web Science Research Group at Bundeswehr University Munich the right to store all user input and uploaded SKOS data for research purposes.

*Note: The file you upload must be a valid SKOS specification. In particular, it must contain skos:Concept elements.
If you experience problems with SKOS2OWL, you should first check whether the file you provide is a valid SKOS specification,
e.g. using the W3C SKOS Validation Service at http://www.w3.org/2004/02/skos/validation.