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Building pipelines to facilitate data analysis

By Hadley Wickham
August 21, 2014

In every data analysis, you have to string together many tools. You need tools for data wrangling, visualisation, and modelling to understand what’s going on in your data. To use these tools effectively, you need to be able to easily …

Building pipelines to facilitate data analysis

By Hadley Wickham
August 21, 2014

In every data analysis, you have to string together many tools. You need tools for data wrangling, visualisation, and modelling to understand what’s going on in your data. To use these tools effectively, you need to be able to easily …

Building pipelines to facilitate data analysis

By Hadley Wickham
August 21, 2014

In every data analysis, you have to string together many tools. You need tools for data wrangling, visualisation, and modelling to understand what’s going on in your data. To use these tools effectively, you need to be able to easily …

XProc and SMIL: Orchestrating Pipelines

By Philip Fennell
September 14, 2009

Although the W3C's XML Pipeline Language (XProc) hasn't even left the stable yet, people are already looking beyond its original purpose. XProc was designed to solve the problem of how to describe the joining together of multiple XML processing steps. So, the question is, how do you extend XProc to handle new features like explicit concurrency...

Running Schematron: the evolution of the pipeline

By Rick Jelliffe
February 24, 2009

Here is a test: when you hear the terms "layering" and "pipelines" are they abstract gibberish which bear no hard relation to the way that you develop? This post looks at how Schematron and parts of DSDL can be implemented in a pipeline. In order to explain the design of the latest release of Schematron, I thought it would be useful to show how the Schematron design has changed over the last decade to involve mulitple stages.


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