What is mzXML good for?

@article{Lin2005WhatIM,
  title={What is mzXML good for?},
  author={Simon M. Lin and Lihua Julie Zhu and Andrew Q Winter and Maciek Sasinowski and W. Kibbe},
  journal={Expert Review of Proteomics},
  year={2005},
  volume={2},
  pages={839 - 845}
}
mzXML (extensible markup language) is one of the pioneering data formats for mass spectrometry-based proteomics data collection. It is an open data format that has benefited and evolved as a result of the input of many groups, and it continues to evolve. Due to its dynamic history, its structure, purpose and applicability have all changed with time, meaning that groups that have looked at the standard at different points during its evolution have differing impressions of the usefulness of mzXML… 
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