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== Installation ==
== Installation ==
{{TNT|note}} This extension requires [[Extension:Semantic MediaWiki|Semantic MediaWiki]] and [[Extension:Semantic ResultFormats|Semantic Result Formats]] to be installed first.
{{TNT|note}} This extension requires [https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Semantic_MediaWiki|Semantic MediaWiki],
[https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Semantic_MediaWiki|Semantic Result Formats] and [https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Header_Tabs|Header Tabs] to be installed first.

Revision as of 12:58, 14 February 2018

OHI Tool


The OHITool extension is an extension used in a Virtual Research Environmen based on Semantic MediaWiki and allows reaserchers to carry out Qualitative Analysis of social interaction using Objective Hermeneutical methodology. The extension particularly has been tailored to be use for classroom interaction analysis.

It was developed within the research project SMW-CorA and funded by the DFG.


Download the zip file and extract it to the folder of your MediaWiki installation.



Template:TNT This extension requires MediaWiki,

Result Formats and Tabs to be installed first.



This is a brief introduction on how to use the OHITool. A more detailed guide will appear on this page in the near future.

About Objective Hermeneutic method

For an extensive information about Objective Hermeneutic method, please consult []. In the following picture we present the ontology of classroom interaction:


Also, the researcher will follow the Objective Hermeneutic protocol, as in the picture:


You may also consult the presentation of the talk given at the OpenSym'17 conference in Galway, Ireland:

Based VRE for Addressing Multi-Layered Data Analysis – The Use Case of Classroom Interaction Interpretation

Known issues

  • This tool is usually required in German space, due the fact that it was a genuine German idea. This is the reason that properties, templates

and interface is in German. For the next version, we plan to have an English version also.