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Do you know any good tutorials or any resources for learning from the beginning UML and GML ? I am asking because (later) i would like to learn how to make a application schemas in context of INSPIRE. Thank's a lot!

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I'd suggest starting from

If you're planning to work with application schemes in INSPIRE, you'll also need a thorough understanding of XML and XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations).

I think the task doesn't require in-depth understanding of UML. You'll have to be able to read it. Anyway, you can find tons of resources at

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Not trying to promote our particular solution, but you may be able to glean some general info about INSPIRE from some of these links:

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I so have found Lucidchart has an awesome UML Tutorial that are good for beginners and anyone of any experience. Good luck and hope this helps! (They also have a free account which is a plus)

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I have found that a great website to use when looking for a UML Tutorial is lucidchart. Their site is very helpful and I would definitely recommend checking it out!

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