========== The Xeml Lab Designer provides an interactive timeline visualisation that enables the intuitive design of experiments in terms of growth conditions and sampling strategy using related Ontologies (Xeo, EnvO, EO) while the corresponding metadata are automatically stored in the background in Xeml standardized format, ready for data mining.
See INSTALL for operating system requirements, prerequisite software, and installation instructions.
=========== See DOC for Documentation on classes and code architecture. You will also find a short tutorial on how to use Xeml lab Software.
##Problems and comments
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Xeml‑Lab is a software designed for experiments adapted to the study of plants. This software still needs patches and fixes. When you are using it, you may encounter some errors, like bugs or functions that don't respond as expected. To help us improving Xeml‑Lab, we kindly ask you to report every problems you have faced.
To do this, please go to this address : https://github.com/cbib/XEML-Lab/issues/new
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In the “Labels” pannel on the rigth, select “bug” or “question” depending on your needs
In “Leave a comment”, leave a comment... describing precisely your issue
The issue that happened (ex : the software dont repond, the software crashed, I can't add a floting value in XXX field...)
The place where it happened (ex : In the main window, when I tried to declare a new genotype...) -Try to remember what you did before the issue ( I add a cyclic value, then removed it, then add another one...)
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Clone from github (you have to be granted access to this git repository): hg clone https://github.com/cbib/XEML-Lab.git
Install Qt Library 4.8 or higher coupled qith QtCreator 2.6 or higher.
Open XemlLab.pro files with QtCreator 2.6 or higher.
Use qmake to build the makefile and then run the application.
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