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* Mx is an [http://sourceforge.net/projects/mx-database/ open source] web-based workbench application mostly of use for biological (evolutionary) systematists. A wiki describing the project can be found [http://hymenoptera.tamu.edu/wiki here]. Aside from a broad range of functionality it has a number of interconnections with other projects and standards including:
 
* Mx is an [http://sourceforge.net/projects/mx-database/ open source] web-based workbench application mostly of use for biological (evolutionary) systematists. A wiki describing the project can be found [http://hymenoptera.tamu.edu/wiki here]. Aside from a broad range of functionality it has a number of interconnections with other projects and standards including:
** NeXML formatted export of matrices and trees, with transformations to RDF triples (coded at hackathon)
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** [[NeXML]] formatted export of matrices and trees, with transformations to RDF triples (coded at [[hackathon]])
** in application searching of Morphbank that allows you to manage and relate images to local data
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** in application searching of [[MorphBank]] that allows you to manage and relate images to local data
** Nexus file import
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** [[NEXUS]] file import
 
** Newick tree import
 
** Newick tree import
 
** Basic OBO [http://ontology.insectmuseum.org/index.php/Main_Page Ontology] import and export
 
** Basic OBO [http://ontology.insectmuseum.org/index.php/Main_Page Ontology] import and export
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* [[User:Myoder|Matt Yoder]] is the lead developer.
 
* [[User:Myoder|Matt Yoder]] is the lead developer.
  
[[Category:DB Interop Hackaton]]
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[[Category:DB Interop Hackathon]]
 
[[Category: mx]]
 
[[Category: mx]]
 
[[Category: NEXUS]]
 
[[Category: NEXUS]]

Latest revision as of 23:32, 12 March 2009

  • Mx is an open source web-based workbench application mostly of use for biological (evolutionary) systematists. A wiki describing the project can be found here. Aside from a broad range of functionality it has a number of interconnections with other projects and standards including:
    • NeXML formatted export of matrices and trees, with transformations to RDF triples (coded at hackathon)
    • in application searching of MorphBank that allows you to manage and relate images to local data
    • NEXUS file import
    • Newick tree import
    • Basic OBO Ontology import and export
    • PhyloWidget integration