I would like to be able to search through nodes in my eXist database and
identify two (up to 5 at a time) nodes and assign a relationship between
them such as:
1. (A) is opposite (B)
2. (A) logically builds on (B)
3. (A), (B), (C), and (D), are identical
The nodes are already tagged with keywords, so they are essentially assigned
to overlapping sets. These new relations above allow more direct comparisons
between content. For example, two nodes could have the "environment" tag but
argue for opposite policies.
Nodes already have a unique parameter, which I would prefer not to type in
by hand because it looks like this:
I need some kind of interface that helps me isolate the nodes I want and
then assign them a relationship, without me needing to know the unique names
of the nodes. I assume it is best to store these relations as an XML file
within eXist. Is there a schema already widely used for these types of basic
Does the XRX (Xquery Rest Xforms) architecture seem like the best way for a
non-programmer to build such a interface and the underlying methods?
Finally, is there anyone using eXist with ontologies such as those built in
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