Scalable Vector Graphics
About: Scalable Vector Graphics is a research topic. Over the lifetime, 1297 publications have been published within this topic receiving 14810 citations. The topic is also known as: SVG & .svg.
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TL;DR: VARNA implements four drawing algorithms, supports input/output using the classic formats dbn, ct, bpseq and RNAML and exports the drawing as five picture formats, either pixel-based (JPEG, PNG, PNG and vector-based) or vector- based (SVG, EPS and XFIG).
Abstract: Description: VARNA is a tool for the automated drawing, visualization and annotation of the secondary structure of RNA, designed as a companion software for web servers and databases. Features: VARNA implements four drawing algorithms, supports input/output using the classic formats dbn, ct, bpseq and RNAML and exports the drawing as five picture formats, either pixel-based (JPEG, PNG) or vector-based (SVG, EPS and XFIG). It also allows manual modification and structural annotation of the resulting drawing using either an interactive point and click approach, within a web server or through command-line arguments. Availability: VARNA is a free software, released under the terms of the GPLv3.0 license and available at http://varna.lri.fr Contact: rf.irl@ytnop Supplementary information: Supplementary data are available at Bioinformatics online.
TL;DR: UNLABELLED CGView (Circular Genome Viewer) is a Java application and library for generating high-quality, zoomable maps of circular genomes, complete with sequence features, labels, legends and footnotes.
Abstract: Summary: CGView (Circular Genome Viewer) is a Java application and library for generating high-quality, zoomable maps of circular genomes. It converts XML or tab-delimited input into a graphical map (PNG, JPG or Scalable Vector Graphics format), complete with sequence features, labels, legends and footnotes. In addition to the default full view map, the program can generate a series of hyperlinked maps showing expanded views. The linked maps can be explored using any Web browser, allowing rapid genome browsing and facilitating data sharing. Availability: CGView (the standalone application, library or applet), sample input, sample maps and documentation can be obtained from http://wishart.biology.ualberta.ca/cgview/ Contact: email@example.com
01 Aug 2001
TL;DR: The Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL) 2.0 as discussed by the authors is the second version of SMIL, which allows authors to describe the temporal behavior of a multimedia presentation, associate hyperlinks with media objects and describe the layout of the presentation on a screen.
Abstract: This document specifies the second version of the Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL, pronounced "smile"). SMIL 2.0 has the following two design goals: * Define an XML-based language that allows authors to write interactive multimedia presentations. Using SMIL 2.0, an author can describe the temporal behavior of a multimedia presentation, associate hyperlinks with media objects and describe the layout of the presentation on a screen. * Allow reusing of SMIL syntax and semantics in other XML-based languages, in particular those who need to represent timing and synchronization. For example, SMIL 2.0 components are used for integrating timing into XHTML [XHTML10] and into SVG [SVG].
TL;DR: A suite of Unix shell programs for processing any number of phylogenetic trees of any size that allow tree drawing as scalable vector graphics, suitable for high-quality presentations and further editing, and as ASCII graphics for command-line inspection is presented.
Abstract: Summary: We present a suite of Unix shell programs for processing any number of phylogenetic trees of any size. They perform frequently-used tree operations without requiring user interaction. They also allow tree drawing as scalable vector graphics (SVG), suitable for high-quality presentations and further editing, and as ASCII graphics for command-line inspection. As an example we include an implementation of bootscanning, a procedure for finding recombination breakpoints in viral genomes. Availability: C source code, Python bindings and executables for various platforms are available from http://cegg.unige.ch/newick_utils. The distribution includes a manual and example data. The package is distributed under the BSD License. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
01 Nov 2000
TL;DR: This specification defines the features and syntax for Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) Version 1.1, a modularized language for describing two-dimensional vector and mixed vector/raster graphics in XML.
Abstract: This specification defines the features and syntax for Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) Version 1.1, a modularized language for describing two-dimensional vector and mixed vector/raster graphics in XML. Status of this document This section describes the status of this document at the time of its publication. Other documents may supersede this document. The latest status of this document series is maintained at the W3C. This document is the 15 November 2002 Proposed Recommendation of the SVG 1.1 specification. SVG 1.1 serves two purposes: to provide a modularization of SVG based on SVG 1.0 and to include the errata found so far in SVG 1.0. The SVG Working Group believes SVG 1.1 has been widely reviewed by the community, developers and other W3C groups. The list of changes made in this version of the document is available. W3C Advisory Committee representatives are invited to send formal review comments to the W3C Team until 20 December 2002 at email@example.com. After the review the Director will announce the document's disposition. This announcement should not be expected sooner than 21 days after the end of the review. Public comments are also welcome. Please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org: the public email list for issues related to vector graphics on the Web. This list is archived and senders must agree to have their message publicly archived from their first posting. To subscribe send an email to email@example.com with the word subscribe in the subject line. The W3C SVG Working Group have released a test suite for SVG 1.1 along with an implementation report. The latest information regarding patent disclosures related to this document is available on the Web. As of this publication, the SVG Working Group are not aware of any royaltybearing patents they believe to be essential to SVG. This document has been produced by the W3C SVG Working Group as part of the Graphics Activity within the W3C Document Formats Domain. The goals of the W3C SVG Working Group are discussed in the W3C SVG Charter (W3C Members only). The W3C SVG Working Group has maintained a public Web page, http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/, which contains further background information. The authors of this document are the SVG Working Group participants. Publication of this document does not imply endorsement by the W3C membership. A list of current W3C Recommendations and other technical documents can be found at http://www.w3.org/TR/. W3C publications may be updated, replaced, or obsoleted by other documents at any time.
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