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Campbell, John C

Is there a standard SensorML editor that people use to create the ML files to upload into 52North?


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Re: SensorML editor

Simon Jirka-2
Dear John,

the 52°North smle project might be useful for you. This is a Web based
editor that allows you to create and edit SensorML files and to upload
them to an SOS server.

The smle project is available here: https://github.com/52North/smle

Best regards
Simon

2017-10-26 15:50 GMT+02:00 Campbell, John C <[hidden email]>:

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Re: SensorML editor

Derek Hohls
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Would a general purpose XML editor not be useful for this case e.g. https://www.oxygenxml.com/xml_editor.html

For our work, I create a "standard" XML template and then fill in the dynamic data values programatically; typically using simple JSON  data structures as inputs.   (You really do not want to let "normal" users work with XML if at all possible.)

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Is there a standard SensorML editor that people use to create the ML files to upload into 52North?


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SensorML Editor

Campbell, John C
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Derek

Yes we do use Oxygen for the XML editing type.  I am assuming that when you say programmatically that you have a form or some method to allow the users to enter specific values.

The point for me is to allow Scientist to register their sensors types and instances themselves without having to engage an IT resource except for maybe raw data conversion to O&MML or JSON format to be inserted into the DB.

I am a big proponent of Self-Serve.

I consider myself to be pretty computer savy and I can't figure out how to use the smle effectively let alone allow a scientist to use it.

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Would a general purpose XML editor not be useful for this case e.g. https://www.oxygenxml.com/xml_editor.html


For our work, I create a "standard" XML template and then fill in the dynamic data values programatically; typically using simple JSON  data structures as inputs.   (You really do not want to let "normal" users work with XML if at all possible.)

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Re: SensorML Editor

Derek Hohls
John

I would not allow or suggest allowing a Scientist to register their sensors types and instances themselves; there is just too much to understand about the specification.

"I am assuming that when you say programmatically that you have a form or some method to allow the users to enter specific values".  No, I create a (relatively) simple JSON structure (which itself has a schema) and use a program to create and insert the SensorML.  My aim was to make it easier for me to do this once the scientist gives me what data they have (typically *highly* unstructured and requiring a fair amount of "translation"); but I appreciate it may not be your exact use case.

Derek


>>> "Campbell, John C" <[hidden email]> 10/30/17 2:49 PM >>>
Derek

Yes we do use Oxygen for the XML editing type. I am assuming that when you say programmatically that you have a form or some method to allow the users to enter specific values.

The point for me is to allow Scientist to register their sensors types and instances themselves without having to engage an IT resource except for maybe raw data conversion to O&MML or JSON format to be inserted into the DB.

I am a big proponent of Self-Serve.

I consider myself to be pretty computer savy and I can't figure out how to use the smle effectively let alone allow a scientist to use it.

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Would a general purpose XML editor not be useful for this case e.g. https://www.oxygenxml.com/xml_editor.html


For our work, I create a "standard" XML template and then fill in the dynamic data values programatically; typically using simple JSON data structures as inputs. (You really do not want to let "normal" users work with XML if at all possible.)

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