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Censa
The Collaborative Electronic Notebook Systems Association (CENSA) is an international industry association, focused on driving the state of the art for electronic recordkeeping systems and collaborative technologies based on XML standards.


Thermo Scientific Nautilus DataManager 
To satisfy the long term record keeping requirements and to facilitate knowledge management. Data Manager archives both the original raw data files from the instrument software, along with a normalized representation in GAML.
 



Thermo Scientifc GRAMS/AI (formerly Galactic Industries Corporation)
Specializing in spectroscopy software solutions. GRAMS SmartConvert technology converts data from over 150 different formats to GAML.

 

W3C

 

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
The independent industry consortium that develops, publishes and controls the standards used in web-based technologies including HTML, XML, XML Schema, DTD and other information technology standards.

"The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) develops interoperable technologies (specifications, guidelines, software, and tools) to lead the Web to its full potential. W3C is a forum for information, commerce, communication, and collective understanding."

W3C - XML in 10 Points
"XML, XLink, Namespace, DTD, Schema, CSS, XHTML ... If you are new to XML, it may be hard to know where to begin. This summary in 10 points attempts to capture enough of the basic concepts to enable a beginner to see the forest through the trees. And if you are giving a presentation on XML, why not start with these 10 points?"

 

OASIS

OASIS
"OASIS is a not-for-profit, global consortium that drives the development, convergence and adoption of e-business standards. Members themselves set the OASIS technical agenda, using a lightweight, open process expressly designed to promote industry consensus and unite disparate efforts. OASIS produces worldwide standards for security, Web services, XML conformance, business transactions, electronic publishing, topic maps and interoperability within and between marketplaces."

 


XML.org
XML.ORG
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www.XML.org was formed and introduced in June 1999 by OASIS, the non-profit Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Systems, to minimize overlap and duplication in XML languages and XML standard initiatives by providing public access to XML information and XML Schemas. Today XML.org has grown into a centralized portal and has emerged as a valuable and leading resource to technologists, developers and businesspeople developing purpose-built XML languages."

 


Chemical Markup Language
"CML (Chemical Markup Language) is a new approach to managing molecular information. It has a large scope as it covers disciplines from macromolecular sequences to inorganic molecules and quantum chemistry. CML is new in bringing the power of XML to the management of chemical information. In simple terms it is "HTML for Molecules", but there is a great deal more to it than that. CML and associated tools allows for the conversion of current files without semantic loss into structured documents, including chemical publications, and provides for the precise location of information within files."

 

 

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