Thanks a million for the reply.
I'll look into it and get back with results.
Perhaps the graphical query interface of the Halo Extension may solve your concern. There you can define queries and assign various templates to the results, for example google pie or bar. A demonstration can be found here: http://smwforum.ontoprise.com/smwforum/index.php/Tutorial/Using_the_graphical_query_interface
Visit sourceforge for the files http://sourceforge.net/projects/halo-extension/
Date: Thu, 20 Aug 2009 14:59:01 +0100
From: John McAuley <email@example.com>
Subject: [Semediawiki-user] Semantic MediaWiki
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I have a mediawiki with some content and about a hundred users. Some people are'nt fully down with the wiki approach, so I have decided to lock certain areas of the site in which people can contribute structured (semantic forms)
content. As a feature I'd like to illustrate how much of each form is
completed, with a small google pie chart probably. However, I have been racking my brains for the last two days trying to figure a way to do this.
I think I might have to query the database directly and then compare the number of form elements with the stored template, thereby by-passing the semantic query approach. Does anybody have any suggestions on this or am I way off?
Thanks for the help,