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Données massales. Silex approach. Les données sont une richesse, elles constituent un maillon essentiel de la production scientifique dans un contexte de recherche de plus en plus collaboratif. L'objectif de SILEX est de proposer des méthodes et des outils pour permettre une exploitation efficace et une bonne mutualisation des données en agronomie et environnement. SILEX un méta-projet collaboratif porté par l'UMR MISTEA et impliquant une équipe de développement issue d'unités partenaires avec pour thèmes le phenotypage de plantes, les bio-procédés et la viticulture. SILEX est constitué de composants logiciels mutualisés, de modèles et d'outils. Il aborde plusieurs aspects : mesures en-ligne, mesures hors-ligne, architecture, modèles de données et de connaissances, accès Web et traitements statistiques.

Les collaborateurs UR LBE - Narbonne Virginie Rossard, développeur d'applications et responsable deSilex-LBE UMR LEPSE - Montpellier Stages 2013 Chaque année, plusieurs étudiants en stages intègrent le projet. SILEX-IceCream. Gestion arbres. Algos pour landtrees. eVa in 3-color. For a whole number of reasons, I am currently looking into the visualisation of large-scale graphs and ontologies and to that end, I have made some notes concerning tools and concepts which might be useful for others.

Here they are: Visualisation by Node-Link and Tree jOWL: jQuery Plugin for the navigation and visualisation of OWL ontologies and RDFS documents. Visualisations mainly as trees, navigation bars. OntoViz: Plugin into Protege…at the moment supports Protege 3.4 and doesn’t seem to work with Protege 4. IsaViz: Much the same as OntoViz really. NeOn Toolkit: The Neon toolkit also has some visualisation capability, but not independent of the editor. OntoTrack: OntoTrack is a graphical OWL editor and as such has visualisation capabilities.

Cone Trees: Cone trees are three-dimensional extensions of 2D tree structures and have been designed to allow for a greater amount odf information to be visualised and navigated. Welkin: Standalone application for the visualisation of RDF graphs. Hands system. I still never cease to be amazed at how wonderful and powerful tools are so often and easily overlooked. The most recent example is Cytoscape, a winner in our recent review of more than 25 tools for large-scale RDF graph visualization. We began this review because the UMBEL subject concept “backbone” ontology will involve literally thousands of concepts. Graph visualization software suitable to very large graphs would aid UMBEL’s construction and refinement. Cytoscape describes itself as a bioinformatics software platform for visualizing molecular interaction networks and integrating these interactions with gene expression profiles and other state data.

Cytoscape is partially based on GINY and Piccolo, among other open-source toolkits. What is more important to our immediate purposes, however, is that its design also lends itself well to general network and graph manipulation. Cytoscape was first brought to our attention by François Belleau of Bio2RDF.org. Requirements Plugins.

Color approach. AI3 Assembles 26 Candidate Tools The pending UMBEL subject concept “backbone” ontology will involve literally thousands of concepts. In order to manage and view such a large structure, a concerted effort to find suitable graph visualization software was mounted. This post presents the candidate listing, as well as some useful starting resources and background information. A subsequent post will present the surprise winner of our evaluation. Starting Resources See Various Example Visualizations For grins, you may also like to see various example visualizations, most with a large-graph bent: Software Options Here is the listing of 26 candidate graph visualization programs assembled to date: Cytoscape – this tool, based on GINY and Piccolo (see below), is under active use by the bioinformatics community and highly recommended by Bio2RDF.org GINY implements a very innovative system for sub-graphing and allows for stunning visuals.

Headline: alternativeHeadline: Infos mulcyber. Eumedis approach. Supports the development of information society in the Mediterranean Partner Countries, through promoting information and communication technologies Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Occupied Palestinian Territory, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey Timeframe: 1999-2007 Budget: €65 million (MEDA) Objectives It aims at contributing towards the development and modernisation of the Euro-Mediterranean Information Society, and thus bring about economic development, improve quality of life and promote understanding. The Euro-Mediterranean Information Society Initiative (EUMEDIS) project focuses on the modernisation of the most strategic sectors and reinforces support tools and methodologies.

What does it do? It has also funded regional pilot Information Society projects in five priority sectors, namely healthcare networks, electronic commerce, tourism and cultural heritage, industry, research and innovation and education. What's next? Actions in brief. Med forum. Par Javier Cisneros Coordonnateur de Projets de Coopération MED Forum Présentation Introduction à la coopération dans la Méditerranée 1. Le "développement soutenable": le point de rencontre de la coopération au développement et l’environnement 2. A. 1. B. 4.

C. 6. 4. Présentation du programme «Coopération Méditerranéenne» de MED Forum 1. A. 4. Je voudrais, en premier lieu, souhaiter la bienvenue à tous les assistants au V Forum Environnemental de la Méditerranée (Barcelone, 19 et 20 novembre 1998) et remercier la présence de nos illustres invités. Un des objectifs de ce V Forum est d’établir les bases du programme de «Coopération Méditerranéenne» afin d’impulser un codéveloppement soutenable de l’ensemble du bassin méditerranéen. Finalement, et ce qui est fondamental, nous avons l’honneur de compter au sein de notre table de débat, avec un groupe dense de personnalités rattachées d’une façon ou d’une autre à la réalité méditerranéenne. Introduction à la coopération dans la Méditerranée 1. 2.