I just placed Eric Freese's geneology.xtm up at:
You won't be able to view it online; you'll have to download it. You can,
however, (at least in IE 5) view source and see it.
This is a rather complete Topic Map in the latest XTM 1.0 syntax, and is the
one pictured on jpOHS screenshot.
This Topic Map is going to be published in the book I am editing, _XML Topic
Maps: Creating and Using Topic Maps for the Web_ to be published in
September by Addison Wesley.
From: Joe D Willliams <JOEDWIL@earthlink.net>
> Hi Jack,
> doesn't really go anywhere useful for this.
> It could be very easy to get this into zWiki.
> Now I appreciate topic map much more
> when I see connection with ontology editor
> and other context layer applications.
> Can we see some XML for XTM?
> I ask because that might be a path to
> more complex presentation of the mapping
> than shown on the enotebook display.
> defs we could add to http://bootstrap.org:8080/OHS/Glossary
> topic map
> Thanks to you and all for showing this.
> Best Regards,
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