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Re: [stem-dev] release planning

I will add it in a separate email.

 

From: James Kaufman [mailto:kaufman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Monday, January 23, 2012 3:33 PM
To: STEM developer mailing list; Matthias.Filter@xxxxxxxxxxx; judyvdouglas@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [stem-dev] release planning

 

Thank you Matthias.
Stefan updated the website to the plan now correctly uses your language below.
I'm catching up on email so I missed your 1.3.1 suggestions.
Judy,
If it's not too late could you please add the following to this weeks call agenda?


Possible Release Deliverables version 1.3.1

STEM EMF update to version 2.7.2
Discussion on feature to hide the complexity of creating a new STEM plugin (for Disease and Population models). Template driven feature??
Shape File Importer:                 Improvements to GUI
Population Transformer:                 ârealisticâ sample model on food mediated disease transmission
Pajek-file Importer:                  enable import of discrete transportation events. enable the import of edges into existing STEM graphs
Graph Editor:                                  improved zooming;  deleting nodes and edges, improved GUI for new population generation
STEM -integration in KNIME:                 creating a Node within the KNIME, Node-repository that allows STEM headless execution (JK question. License issues with KNIME?? is the API ok with EPL?)

..other suggestions?


Best Regards,
Jamie

IBM Almaden Research Center, 650 Harry Rd.
San Jose, CA 95120-6099
email: kaufman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
phone: (408) 927-2477  (tie 457-2477)



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"Filter Matthias" <Matthias.Filter@xxxxxxxxxxx>

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Date:

01/19/2012 08:09 AM

Subject:

[stem-dev] release planning

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Hi all,

here some suggestions for the release planning after 1.3

the BfR-team

Release Deliverables version 1.3.0

Instead: âIntegrating external models for study of food based
transmission (tentative)â
NEW:   âNew feature: âPopulation Transformerâ - enabling
transformation of population members to allow modeling of e.g. food
mediated disease transmissionâ


Release Deliverables version 1.3.1 - BfR

Shape File Importer:                 Improvements to GUI
Population Transformer:                 ârealisticâ sample model on food
mediated disease transmission
Pajek-file Importer:                  enable import of discrete transportation events
                                                  enable the import of edges into existing STEM
graphs
Graph Editor:                                  improved zooming;
                                                  deleting nodes and edges
                                                  improved GUI for new population generation
STEM -integration in KNIME:                 creating a Node within the KNIME
Node-repository that allows STEM headless execution (reverse to the
original idea to integrate external models into STEM)


Release Deliverables version 1.4

New editor for GRAPHICAL disease model generation (tentative)


Matthias Filter
Bundesinstitut fÃr Risikobewertung

Fachgruppe Epidemiologie und Zoonosen
Abteilung 4  - Biologische Sicherheit
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Federal Institute for Risk Assessment
Unit Epidemiology and Zoonoses
Department 4  - Biological Safety
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Max-Dohrn-StraÃe 8â10, 10589 Berlin, Germany
Tel. +49 30 18412-2209
Fax +49 30 18412-2952
www.bfr.bund.de
matthias.filter@xxxxxxxxxxx

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