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PROV Python 1.4.0

Last night, I released a new version of PROV Python library, version 1.4.0. It fixes the prov:QUALIFIED_NAME bug that I had inadvertently introduced since the inception of the library. ProvToolbox recently fixed the same bug (since version 0.7.0), and with this release, the two libraries ...

A Short Tutorial for Prov Python

Documentation is hard work! I started the work on the PROV Python package nearly three years ago and yet its documentation is still quite lacking. As a small effort to make up for it, I thought a simple tutorial might help a bit.

So here it is: the first tutorial ...

PROV-N Javascript Editor

After showing the TextMate PROV-N bundle to my colleagues, one pointed to me the powerful Ace code editor, which comes with tools to facilitate adding a new syntax. I found it even easier to work with compared to TextMate's bundle editor. After a day, I managed to port the ...

TextMate Bundle for PROV-N

The Provenance Notation (PROV-N) has been my chosen representation when it comes to writing provenance. It has a relatively low cognitive cost and easier for humans to read (at least to me), compared to other provenance representations. Even so, I usually found myself making mundane mistakes and typos and have ...