Table of Contents

Title 014 XML tools (inc JUMBO) (tools)
000  Help! (help) 015 Basic chemical quantities (chembits)
001 Table of contents (toc) 016 Example: Molecule (mol)
002 Synopsis (synopsis) 017 Example: Crystallography (cryst)
003 HTMLsuccess and limitations (html) 018 Example: Molecular Orbitals (mo)
004 HTML and molecules (htmlmol) 019 Example: Protein Structure (protein)
005 The reason for XML (xml) 020 Chemistry and maths (chemmath)
006 How XML has been developed (xdev) 021 Chemical Publication (chempub)
007 Who is interested in XML? (whoxml) 022 Glossaries (gloss)
008 The basis of XML (xmlbasis) 023 CML and Intranets (nets)
009 Structured documents (structdoc) 024 The way forward (future)
010 Adding semantics (semantics) 025 Acknowledgements (thanks)
011 XML and Java (xmljava) 026 XML and CMLresources (urls)
012 Hypermedia (links)
013 Searching (search) DIA slides
Biological Data
Peter Murray-Rust, 1998 
Virtual School of Molecular Sciences,   
University of Nottingham