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XML for the Laboratory Short Course:Resource Page

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Resource page for the "XML For The Laboratory" short course

To be taught at the SLAS 2012 Annual Conference, February 2012

The Extensible Markup Language (XML) has become a major player in data storage, exchange and archiving applications. The shift towards XML is also noticeable in the laboratory informatics community: XML is widely used as an exchange format. Also, upcoming XML-based standard formats such as the Analytical Information Markup Language (AnIML) provide sophisticated means of capturing experiment data.

This computer-based short course provides an introduction to XML and examines how it can be used in a laboratory environment. Using a healthy mix of theory and hands-on exercises, it helps provide guidance when it comes to evaluating XML applications in the laboratory.

Contents

Course Outline

Motivation

Anatomy of XML Documents

Vocabularies

Reporting with XML, styling and transformations

Representing laboratory data in XML

Analytical Information Markup Language (AnIML)

XML Tools

Advanced XML topics

Working with XML and Databases

Web Services

Practical Applications for different kinds of laboratories

Hands-On Labs

Throughout the course, computer-based hands-on labs let you apply and practice what you learned right away. No need to bring your laptop. We provide the computers, readily set up with all the required tools.

Instructors

Burkhard Schaefer
BSSN Software

Torsten Staab
White Oak Technologies


Course Video