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caENTI, June 2008, By Cyril MASSELOT

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  • 1. WP6S TICS: Progress of tools Wp6S TICS Leader: Cyril MASSELOT, UFC - MSHE C. N. Ledoux, France
  • 2. WP6P to WP6D, to WP6S
    • WP6 p (2006) = specifications of the Catalyse tools
    • to Wp6 d (2007)= specifications of the on line Catalyse tools
    • to Wp6 s (2008) = Territorial Information Community System (TICS, see deliverable 55)
    • Pragma, jPragma, ePragma
    • Anaconda – Nuage, eAnaconda
    • Territorial Information Community System
    • Repertory & library => CMS
    • Specifications 2008 = integration in a TICS
  • 3. TICS
  • 4. TICS
  • 5. Pragma
    • "Classic" version
      • in english + french
      • KeyIn version, with European Guide
      • no evolution, no maintenance
      • => nothing to do in 2008
  • 6. Pragma Classic in english
  • 7. Pragma Classic in english
  • 8. jPragma : java version of Pragma
    • Evolutive, cross platform, exchange with online version
    • Situation on June 2008:
      • Multilingual management (English and French), with instantanated translation of the interface.
      • GUI enhancement
      • Graphic module (in test)
      • Cross sort
      • Boolean table (for analysis)‏
      • Several functions added (individual filter, invidual search engine)‏
      • Data modelling for compatibility with ePragma
      • Version with european guide made by Caenti (wp6c)‏
      • Securised KeyIn version for collect
      • Digitalization version (guide) for management and analysis
  • 9. jPragma Home
  • 10. jPragma: Menu
  • 11. jPragma: Variable
  • 12. jPragma: File of an user
  • 13. jPragma: Search engine
  • 14. jPragma data modeling (2)
  • 15. jPragma data modeling
  • 16. jPragma : java version of Pragma
    • Prospects, in order of developpement:
      • GUI’s finalization:
        • add multiple kind of help informations
        • use a kind of ribbon bar, tool (in web2 way)‏
        • use the same graphic charter as ePragma
  • 17. jPragma : java version of Pragma
    • Prospects, in order of developpement:
      • Enhancement of the synthesis variable
      • Integration with Anaconda
      • Last complex quantitatives calculations
      • Data modeling for:
        • individual and questionnaire follow-up
        • better integration with Anaconda-Nuage
      • To add other languages to multilingual management (Spanish, Italian, Hungarian, Romanian, Chinese…)
      • Automatic setup module
      • Documentation’s finalization
  • 18. ePragma : online version of Pragma
    • Situation on June 2008:
      • import and export proceedings of questionnaire and datas(classic and java version)‏
      • management of partnership, project, questionnaire and users
      • questionnaire digitalization
      • data keyin (with management of group’s code)‏
      • general outcome
      • Bugs correction
    •  ePragma v1
  • 19. ePragma v1 : Project Connexion
  • 20. ePragma v1 : Project Home
  • 21. ePragma v1: Questionnaire
  • 22. ePragma V1, basic poll module
  • 23. ePragma V1, answers
  • 24. ePragma V1: Import of Survey from Classic Pragma or jPragma
  • 25. ePragma V2.0
    • Situation on June 2008, continuation:
      • Workspace (Partnerships, projects, user management)‏
      • AJAX technology for fluidity
      • Interfaces and proceedings
      • Multilingual management
      • Start of the integration in a CMS (Content Management System)‏
      • Specification of an automatic setup module
      • Connexion LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol )‏
  • 26. ePragma v2: Connexion
  • 27. ePragma v2: Home
  • 28. ePragma v2: Project Management
  • 29. ePragma : online version of Pragma
    • Prospects:
      • stabilization of the database (jPragma compatibility)‏
      • simple and complex quantitatives calculation
      • design of the interface
      • specific fonctions (synthesis variable)
      • integration in a CMS (Content Management System) with eAnaconda, repertory, documentation, SSO
      • automatic setup module
      • documentation (user guide and technical guide)‏
    •  ePragma v2.0
  • 30. Anaconda 2.2 (+Nuage)
    • Situation on June 2008:
      • integration in java (Anaconda + Nuage)
      • improvement of the Nuage interface
      • improvement of the results files
      • Real 3D and zoom in and out  2.2
    • To do:
      • to continue the interface improvement
      • to improve the usability of several files
      • to transform the classification tree (cluster) in an interactive way
      • integration with jPragma
  • 31. Anaconda 2.2
  • 32. Anaconda 2.2
  • 33. Anaconda 2.2
  • 34. Anaconda 3D , Prototype
  • 35. Anaconda 3D , Prototype
  • 36. eAnaconda
    • On-line version of Anaconda
      • Upload a boolean file to the Catalyse Tools Website
      • Start eAnaconda
      • AFC + CAH
      • Work and interpretation of the cloud, on-line
      • Download all your files with ePragma for further work out-line for example
    • Same functions as Anaconda
    • eAnaconda:
      • Server in java (eAnaconda-server)
      • Applet in java (eAnaconda-applet)
      • Works on all browser like Firefox, IE, Safari… with java installed.
  • 37. eAnaconda: Situation on June 2008
    • Communication Server fully functional
    • - evolving, add of new functions possible
    • - port and connections number customizable
    • - logs management
    • - Zip compression support for downloads/Uploads
    • Anaconda 2.2 transformed in Java Applet
    • New window with contributions information in relations to the 3 axis for current selection
    • Cloud graphic enhancements
    • - Dynamic resizing with the mouse
    • - New rendering engine with real 3D allowing best representation and interpretation (new zoom in/out possibilities…)
  • 38. eAnaconda: To do
    • To continue the interface improvement (in progress)
    • To profit to the Anaconda improvement (done for Anaconda 2.2)
    • Automatisation of severals users actions (in progress)
    • Stabilization of the workflow between Pragma, jPragma, ePragma
  • 39. eAnaconda: Server
    • d
  • 40. eAnaconda: Applet (client)
  • 41. eAnaconda: Applet (Open project)
  • 42. eAnaconda: Applet (Open project)
  • 43. eAnaconda: Applet (3D Rendering)
  • 44. eAnaconda: Applet (limits)
  • 45. eAnaconda: Applet (zoom in)
  • 46. eAnaconda: Applet (zoom out)
  • 47. eAnaconda: Applet (new window1)
  • 48. eAnaconda: Applet (new window2)
  • 49. TIS: Territorial Information System
    • 2007
      • specifications
      • solution with PhilCarto, help guide
      • link with wp4i
    • 2008
      • link between wp6i and wp6s
      • re-write the first specifications to elaborate the integration in a CMS (link with wp3)
  • 50. Repertory & CMS
    • CMS Catalyse (Content Management System), including a repertory of actors and territorials services (D52)
    • to have at one's disposal a catalyse website "ready to go" including:
      • an editorial part (presentation and observatory actuality)
      • Catalyse tools, with access to the on line tools ePragma and Anaconda-Nuage, and the on line cartography
      • the on line services of the observatory: repertory, library, intranet for the website management
      • very easy to instal: "user-friendly" and low-tech (like blogs, spip, joomla…)
  • 51. CMS Odina
  • 52. CMS Odina
  • 53. Odina website
  • 54. CMS Intégra Plus
  • 55.  
  • 56. Catalyse Toolkit on line
    • WP3: instalation of a Catalyse blog, to manage the download of the tools:
    • http://www.territorial-intelligence.eu/catalyse/
    • Integrated to the IT portal, in a phase of improvement
    • Follow the downloads for statistics
    • Give the posibility to keep in touch with the Catalyse community, to inform people of the release of new versions
    • How to proceed?
      • go to the blog (by the portal or directly)
      • get an account (the first time)
      • register
      • download the tools…
    • To come:
      • help files from wp6u, wp6s etc.
      • new versions (jPragma, and after the integrated version)
      • Catalyse ToolKit
  • 57. http://www.territorial-intelligence.eu/catalyse/
  • 58. http://www.territorial-intelligence.eu/catalyse/
  • 59. Catalyse Toolkit & TICS CMS Pragma jPragma ePragma Anaconda eAnaconda TICS