The Ontology Editor provides true conceptual modeling. You can start with a pre-defined set of top-level, generic concepts to help you start out or you can start from scratch and create your own concepts. Concepts are defined by the relationships they hold to one another, rather than by their name, which should be regarded solely as a mnemonic, rather than a language-specific. You are free to enrich this conceptual relationships as much as you want, so that the resulting ontology provides domain-speci fic knowledge about a given domain.
HTML publishing
You are able to publish your data easily and effortlessly. OntoTerm generates web pages using the information you have entered in the databases. Generate pages individually, as subsets, or the whole termbase using the HTML Report Generator.
Easy-to-use user interface
Unlike other TMSs, everything in OntoTerm is where you would expect it to be. It is highly graphical and uses context menus extensively. If you get lost try right-clicking on objects, that may give you a hint as to how to proceed from there.
ISO compliant
OntoTerm implements the recent ISO standard for terminology exchange: Martif (ISO 1220) and all the data categories from the CLS Framework (ISO 1620). In the future you will be able to define your own set of data categories, but it is very unlikely that you will ever need to do so, as the full set of the comprehensive data categories from the CLS Framework are already at your fingertips. The TermBase Editor makes the complexity of using these data categories properly a trifle by allowing the user to assign only the data categories appropriate for the selected element.