Previous Versions of gist

Previous versions of gist will remain available in the list below.

In the Sep 2009 and Jun 2009 versions of gist, the UOM is not included and needs to be imported into it. To make gist easier to use (i.e., to avoid having to mess with the import), as of the Oct 2009 version, gist includes a copy of the UOM ontology.

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Title Owner Category Last Updated
gist 7.3 Dave gist 09/23/2016
gist 7.2 Dave gist 07/21/2015
gist 7.1.1 Dave gist 01/09/2015
gist 7.1 Dave gist 10/22/2014
gist 7.0 Dave gist 04/10/2014
gist APR 2013 (gist 6.7.1) Dave gist 04/27/2013
gist FEB 2013 (gist 6.7) Dave gist 02/13/2013
gist DEC 2012 (gist 6.6.1) Dave gist 12/07/2012
gist OCT 2012 (gist 6.6) Dave gist 10/19/2012
gist NOV 2011 (gist 6.2) Dave gist 11/12/2011
gist JUN 2011 (gist 6.1) Dave gist 06/07/2011
gist MAY 2011 (gist 6.0) Dave gist 05/09/2011
gist OCT 2010 Dave gist 10/22/2010
gist AUG 2010 Dave gist 07/07/2010
gist JUN 2010 Dave gist 06/14/2010
gist APR 2010 Dave gist 04/07/2010
gist OCT 2009 Dave gist 10/22/2009
gist SEP 2009* Dave gist 09/21/2009
gist JUN 2009* Dave gist 07/20/2009
gist FEB 2009 Dave gist 02/03/2009

Other Documentation

Title Owner Category Last Updated
gist JUN 2011 Dave Visio 6/7/2011
gist MAY 2011 Dave Visio 5/9/2011
gist OCT 2010 Dave Visio 10/22/2010
gist AUG 2010 Dave Visio 7/7/2010
SemTech 2010 Intro Dave 6/30/2010
Large Visio diagram** Dave Visio 6/14/2010
gist Placemat*** Dave Visio 4/7/2010
standalone UOM Jul 2009 Dave UOM 10/23/2009
standalone UOM Aug 11 2009 Dave UOM 10/23/2009

** This is a large (30" x 40") Visio diagram suitable for hanging, and has all the formal definitions and comments that describe each concept. If you have our e6tOWL Tool (described here), you can generate the OWL directly from this diagram; otherwise, you can use it for documentation. Click here for a .pdf version of the full-sized diagram.*** This is a smaller (11" x 17") "placemat" that includes only the names of the concepts. We find it is useful once you know what all the concepts are and you only need to remember the names.

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