Cogui can be used on any platform equipped with a Java Runtime Environment 1.6 (or higher).
CoGui can be launched with Java Web Start. Cogui standalone Java software is deployed with a single click over the network. Java Web Start ensures that the most recent version of the application is deployed. Note that Cogui can be used offline when it has been launched once. For this, simply drag and drop the launch button below to your bookmark.Please note:
* since version 1.4 cogui can run on all platforms with a pure java solver.
* versions 1.0, 1.1 and 1.3 are available for Windows only.
* version 1.2 is available for Windows, Linux 32bits, Linux 64bits and MacOS.
If you don't have Java Web Start correctly installed on your browser you can:
* download the appropriate zip file.
* uncompress it.
*launch cogui with the following command line: java -Djava.library.path=. -jar cogui_1.2b15.jar
|Version||Status||Java Web Start||Binaries||Comments|
|1.5||Stable||cogui_1.5.14.jar||A new assistant which sums up and saturates graphs with rules to directly answer to query. Many other improvements.|
|1.4||Stable||Includes both positive and negative constraints. A scripting language has been introduced. A pure java solver can perform all reasoning operations, so cogui is now available on all platforms|
|1.3||Stable||cogui_1.3_bin.zip||Modules and ontological graphs are available again. New: Constraints are available and a new wizard is provided to check consistency. Some improvements with RDFS imports|
|Test new features|
|1.1||Stable||cogui_1.1_bin.zip||Project management has been improved in this version to handle more easily model objects. Furthermore new wizards are provided to query the knowledge base, sum and normalize graphs, apply rules. For now, ontological graphs and modules are not editable but compatibility is preserved with existing 1.0 projects|
|1.0.3||Stable||cogui_1.0_bin.zip||This stable release provides all functionnalities including ontological graphs devoted to annotation process (pattern graphs and prototypical graphs) and modules|