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Vogel Laborpraxis has published an article on open data with AnIML.
If you are attending the SLAS 2017 conference, you should check out the following AnIML-related activities. Besides several talks in the technical program, several vendors are showing AnIML-enabled products on the exhibition floor. The SiLA Consortium is showing a live demo of several vendors with adjacent booths, all connected. AnIML is used to transfer the instrument data on top of the SiLA protocols.
We're happy to announce a partnership with ChemAxon, a leader in providing chemistry software solutions and consulting services for life science research. Our partnership allows users to manage analytical data in ChemAxon's chemistry software solutions using open standards.
I'm happy to report that we're not the only ones showcasing AnIML-enabled solutions at Pittcon. It's great to see AnIML being picked up by others. After all, a standard is only a standard if organizations actually adopt it.
For those of you attending SLAS 2012 in San Diego next week, I've put together a collection of activities around the emerging AnIML standard at the conference. Please leave a comment if I missed anything.
Over the past few weeks, Gary Kramer and I have worked on creating five new AnIML technique definitions for the most common GC detectors. We've chosen them based on feedback from the AnIML committee members. These new technique definitions allow us to represent GC experiments more completely in AnIML.
As we're getting ready for Pittcon in Atlanta next week, I'm picking up on my tradition to collect the different AnIML-related activities at the conference into a blog post. So if you're interested in AnIML, SEDD or data standards in general, you're encouraged to attend. Don't miss our AnIML-in-Action Showcase in the exhibit area.
For those of you who are interested in AnIML and data standardization, here's a list of AnIML-related activities at this year's Pittcon.
Having taken my seat on the editorial board of JALA, the Journal of the Association for Laboratory Automation, I have learned that Elsevier has made access to many of its articles available as open access content. This means that the original AnIML paper I published in 2004 is now openly available to everybody. Today's AnIML version is slightly different to the one described in the paper. However, it presents a nice overview.
Are you attending the LabAutomation 2010 conference in sunny Palm Springs next week? There are a lot of opportunities to learn about AnIML. I have put together a list of AnIML-related activities. I'd especially like to point out the AnIML Birds-of-a-Feather Session on Tuesday evening. This will be a nice opportunity to meet the AnIML community. Please stop by and say hello.