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GPML Web Preferences The following settings are web preferences of the GPML web. These preferences overwrite the site level preferences in . and , and can be overwritten ...
GPGIM / GPML Feature Requests This area can be used to add requests for desirable functionality in the GPGIM, GPML and GPlates. If you have an idea, feel free to add ...
GPGIM Stands for GPlates Geological Information Model. The GPGIM is the high level information model describing the fundemental building blocks of GPlates communication ...
GPML Stands for GPlates Markup Language. GPML is the XML serialisation of the GPGIM (GPlates Geological Information Model). It uses GML as a base, and supports an ...
GPGIM 1.5 Features Contents Feature centric model Being the first release of GPML to use GML 3, version 1.5 of the GPlates Information Model deals with data in ...
GPGIM 1.6 Features Contents Why 1.6? GPlates and the GPGIM prefer to aim for an iterative development cycle, releasing new functionality as early as possible. ...
GPGIM Pending Features The following functionality is scheduled for the ongoing work in the 1.6 release or later Contents Topological Plate Boundaries The ability ...
Original GPML2 page described in the XMML Web Preserved for posterity here Main.JamesClark 13 Nov 2006 GPlates Markup Language version 2 (future ideas) Contents ...
SEEGrid's GPML web
GPlates Markup Language GPML is the GML based markup language designed to be used primarily with the latest GPlates plate tectonic reconstruction software. Development ...
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