Prajna Publisher's description
from Edward Swing
The Prajna Project is a collection of tools and utility classes designed to provide a greater understanding of data and information. While many tools focus on gathering information and presenting it to users, there is less emphasis on deriving a true
The Prajna project provides several primary functions, each designed to fit into a cohesive whole. Each of the following technologies is further described in the Prajna User Manual:
Visualization: Prajna includes a wide variety of classes for representing and visualizing information. This includes node-link diagrams, trees, and other designs for arranging information.
Geographic Support: Prajna includes classes for common geographic functions, such as map displays, projections, and geographic filtering.
Data Access: Prajna includes powerful representation for accessing and representing data from a variety of data sources. Prajna can internally store this information in a conceptual graph, tree, or grid of information in addition to the typical Java collections
Ontologies and Semantic Web: Prajna includes a powerful set of java classes that support ontologies and semantic reasoning. These classes include support for RDF, OWL, SPARQL, and related technologies.
Text Analysis: Prajna includes interfaces and classes to assist with text analysis, including entity extraction, synonyms, and phrase chunking. It relies upon external information sources and applications for the computation, but provides a convenient interface to access these functions.
GUI Widgets: Prajna includes several lightweight Graphical User Interface widgets designed for easy use, and more advanced GUI components to support the other components of Prajna.
Program Release Status: New Release
Program Install Support: No Install support