Welcome to DataRepresentation.Org
This site provides a central source of information about the data representation activities of the computational chemistry and materials physics communities. It has been established in response to issues raised at the CECAM meeting 'Data representation and code interoperability for computational materials physics and chemistry'
, 19 - 21 April 2006.
Please be aware that the content on this Wiki is available for all to read. If you would like to contribute material, by editing the pages, then you must register.
To register, please send an e-mail request to p.a.couch'at'dl.ac.uk with the subject 'DROrg registration for MyWikiName
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Links to Illustrative material relating to CECAM presentations
, it was agreed that we would use the TWiki to collect links to schemas, sample documents,
and other material. The talks are arranged in presentation order, please edit in your links,
you can also attach files if they are not hosted elsewhere.
Discussion threads can be found here. You can use this page to start a discussion on a new topic, or add your own comments to an existing one.
Follow this link for material describing existing projects. This page can be used to add a link to your own material.
This section provides useful background material. If you are beginning to develop your own data standards, or trying to understand some material provided by others, this may be a good place to start. You may use this page to add your own links to material that you think would be useful for others.
Meeting reports can be found here.