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Welcome to our XEML Lab site!

XEML Lab has been created to assist plant biologists in designing and documenting simple or sophisticated experiments in a machine readable format, to link this metadata with any type of data generated in the corresponding experiments, and ultimately, to make both metadata and data available for data mining. This first version of XEML Lab consists of a language, a framework, a first working draft of an ontology of terms describing the abiotic environment (XeO for XEML Environment Ontology) and a user interface (XiD for XEML Interactive Designer).

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All sub projects are now available as open source hosted at CodePlex.

XEML - www.codeplex.com/xeml

XiD - www.codeplex.com/xid

Xeo - www.codeplex.com/xeo (with an open discussion about the ontology terms)


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The article 'Xeml Lab: a tool for a standardised description of the growth environment of plants' - Tuesday, April 28, 2009

is now available as a free full-text publication from the Wiley InterScience Website by searching with the keywords "xeml lab".

 

'Xeml Lab: a tool for a standardised description of the growth environment of plants' - Wednesday, January 28, 2009

by Jan Hannemann, Hendrik Poorter, Björn Usadel, Oliver E. Bläsing, Alex Finck, Francois Tardieu, Owen Atkin, Thijs Pons, Mark Stitt & Yves Gibon is to be published soon (pubmed abstract) in the journal Plant, Cell & Environment

 

XiD RC 1 available - Sunday, June 22, 2008

A new milestone has reached with the release of the release candidate 1. Until now only bug fixes will be implemented and no new features will be implemented to reach a stable release for the first version. 

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XEML Interavtive Designer (XiD) available as Beta 1 - Friday, October 26, 2007

The Beta 3 of XiD is public available.

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