Ontotext is pleased to announce the release of Ontotext Metadata Studio 3.5, which brings a number of UX improvements to the new Form workflow. Among the new additions, users are now able to tell at a glance the amount of annotations contained in Sections, as well as the amount of values assigned to Annotations. Other additions include the ability to “fold” Annotations in the Form workflow UI, which significantly improves the usage of space. Furthermore, this release bumps the version of GraphDB dependency to the latest 10.3.2 release, which includes the recent LLM additions incorporated within Ontotext’s flagship product.
Most importantly, this release makes the new Forms much more flexible – users are now able to freely mix and match Sections and Annotations. This makes it possible to have use cases where Sections contain multiple annotations, with other Sections mixed in between. This is especially helpful for taking pre-existing data entry tasks to the next level. There is no need for subject matter experts to learn a new workflow, when they can recreate the pre-existing workflow like-for-like, only this time it contributes to producing semantic metadata in a knowledge graph!
Smaller improvements include various styling updates and fixes, as well as general stability and vulnerability updates, making this the best outing of Metadata Studio to date.
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For more information, contact Doug Kimball, Chief Marketing Officer at Ontotext