The Analytical Information Markup Language (AnIML) is the emerging ASTM XML standard for analytical chemistry data. It is currently in pre-release form It is a combination of:
- A highly flexible core schema that defines XML tagging for any kind of analytical information;
- A set of technique definition documents. These XML files, one per analytical technique, apply tight constraints to the flexible core and in turn are defined by the Technique Schema;
- Extensions to Technique Definitions are possible to accommodate vendor- and institution-specific data fields.
Our goal is to serve as the open-source development platform for a new XML standard for Analytical Chemistry Information. The project is a collaborative effort between many groups and individuals and is sanctioned by the ASTM subcommittee E13.15.
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AnIML Workshop at Pittcon 2016
On Wednesday morning, we'll be hosting a workshop session from 8:30 to 11:20 am in room B313. The presentations will be as follows:
|8.30 am||1. Introductory Remarks (Burkhard Schaefer)|
|8.35 am||2. Generating AnIML Technique Definitions (Mark Bean, GlaxoSmithKline)|
|9.05 am||3. Filling the Automation and Enterprise Gap with Data and Device Standardization (Del Ray Jackson, Hamilton)|
|9.35 am||4. Instant JChem and AnIML: Curation, Searching, and Visualization of MS Library and Empirical Data (Michael Braden, ChemAxon)|
|10.05 am||5. Recess|
|10.20 am||6. Use of AnIML and Other Methods for Software Visualization and Automation (David Cox, SCIEX)|
|10.50 am||7. Cloud-Based Analytical Data Management Using the AnIML Standard (Burkhard Schaefer, BSSN Software)|
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