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Environmental modelling and Web 2.0 - using Connotea to share XML-represented information

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Title Environmental modelling and Web 2.0 - using Connotea to share XML-represented information
 
Date 2007-01-20T14:42:59Z
 
Creator Robert Muetzelfeldt
 
Subject Ecology
Bioinformatics
Earth & Environment
 
Description Much academic information can be represented in a structured way and published on the web as XML documents. Such information can then be displayed in a wide variety of ways, using different XSLT stylesheets.     This presentation presents MultiGuise, a Web application which allows any of several XML documents to be displayed using any of several stylesheets. Both the documents and the stylesheets are bookmarked in Connotea, from where MultiGuise retrieves them using a special tag. This approach means that anyone can add documents and stylesheets, simply by bookmarking them in Connotea.    The approach is illustrated primarily with environmental models represented in XML, but also with examples from SBML (Systems Biology Markup Language) and philosophical arguments marked up in XML.
 
Identifier http://precedings.nature.com/documents/18/version/1
oai:nature.com:10.1038/npre.2007.18.1
http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/npre.2007.18.1
 
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Type Presentation
 
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