This training took place the 2-3 april 2015. On the one hand, it introduced the morphological bases needed for reading and measuring plants, and some plant architectural notions. On the other hand, Xplo and his features are presented to build a vegetal structure formal representation. This training was illustrated on pratical works : students had to describe, to draw and to measure pieces of walnut trees, then to encode them in the software.
This training was dedicated to scientists and students working on plant structure. 11 participants were present during this session.
Thursday 2nd April 2015
9h00 – 10h30 : Plant morphological and architectural notions. (Y. Caraglio)
10h45 – 12h15 : Observations and measurement of walnut trees branches. (S. Sabatier)
14h00 – 16h00 : Use Xplo software features to build a theorical structure. (H. Rey & S. Griffon)
16h15 – 17h15 : Application to former walnut trees branches.
Friday 3rd April 2015
9h00 – 10h30 : Use Xplo software features to extract data from a theorical structure. (H. Rey & S. Griffon)
10h45 – 12h15 : Scientific questions about plant structure and application to a full walnut tree. (Y. Caraglio)
14h00 – 16h00 : Application of morning notions to previously measured walnut branches.
16h15 – 17h15 : Discussions.
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