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XML Analytical Archive Format White Paper

There is a growing demand for digital storage and archiving systems for analytical instrument data. Although there are data archiving products currently on the market, they are incomplete solutions for long term archiving of data from analytical instruments. In general, these systems offer a centralized method of indexing, storing and retrieving the original binary data files generated by the many proprietary instrument control software packages used throughout the laboratory. When a particular piece of data is retrieved from such a system, it is viewed using that same proprietary software that generated it.  More...

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An XML Data Model for Analytical Instruments

Presentation given by James Duckworth of Thermo Scientific in the XML Workshop at the July 2001 CENSA End User Meeting.

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The GAML Schema

Here is the current XML Schema Document (XSD) for the V1.00 of the GAML format. For complete information on XSD, please visit the XML Schema section of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) home page.

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Last Updated: September 10, 2008

 

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