Monday, May 23, 2011

Online Seminar demoing Bioclipse-OpenTox interoperability using RDF technologies

Update: due to personal circumstances, it will very likely only be Ola to give the demo :(

This Wednesday, Ola and I will demo our work with Nina on interoperability between Bioclipse and OpenTox:
    OpenTox recently initiated a series of online seminars and interactive tutorials on topics related to predictive toxicology using a virtual conferencing system supporting desktop sharing and voice. The tutorials are part of the EU FP7 project OpenTox (, which aims at developing an interoperable open source predictive toxicology framework which may be used as an enabling platform for the creation of predictive toxicology applications.

    The next tutorial will be held Wednesday, 25 May, at 15:00 CEST, and will describe the approach for integrating OpenTox in Bioclipse, complemented with hands-on tutorials showing how to take advantage of OpenTox functionality from within Bioclipse via the user interface and scripts.

    The intended audience is people interested in learning how to use OpenTox from within Bioclipse, and people interested in how the integration was technically implemented. A bleeding-edge release of Bioclipse will be made available for the participants before the tutorial.

    Participation in these online events involves no registration fee. To register for the seminar, visit

    If you have already registered for a previous OpenTox tutorial this spring you don't need to register again.

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