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EU BON and CETAF joint informatics workshop Digitisation demos: Summary of discussions Riitta Tegelberg 20.3.2015
Imaging lines Design of conveyor belt system Speed of imaging and number of personnel needed Manipulation of images Sizes of images Prices Specimens in envelopes
Imaging lines Possibility to image without taking the labels from pins Possibility to image butterflies underside What happens to the images Need for maintenance What we would do differently
DigiWeb Verbatim fields DarwinCore How many terms are needed Use of GBIF data Scrolling of images Unique identifiers
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Funded mostly by Scottish Government Martin Pullan – Biodiversity informatics David Harris – Herbarium Curator.
Beispielbild CETAF summary of state of play Anton Güntsch Freie Universität Berlin Botanic Garden & Botanical Museum Berlin-Dahlem Dept. of Research and.
Funded by the Connecting Europe Facility OpenUp! The Natural History aggregator for Europeana, Europe’s digital library Jörg Holetschek.
1 of 40© Boardworks Ltd 2008 Magnetic effects of current.
Nordic Cooperation on Biodiversity Informatics Hannu Saarenmaa NordBIN meeting Uppsala /03.
Process and quality checking Oslo herbarium digitizing ©Mira Sääskilahti, Riitta Tegelberg and Markku A. Huttunen.
The appliance of science Lesson objectives: To explain how an electromagnet works. To discuss how a relay uses a small current to switch on a much larger.
Using electromagnets – recycling
BGBM - Biodiversity Informatics04 June 2013 How the specimen data is organised and published at BGBM.
The EDIT Partnership Network of 25 taxonomic institutions with the aim to integrate research and improve the production of knowledge Initiated by the.
Globally Unique Identifiers Workshop (GUID-1) International Working Group on Taxonomic Databases - TDWG Global Biodiversity Information Facility - GBIF.
Global Biodiversity Information Facility GLOBAL BIODIVERSITY INFORMATION FACILITY Meredith A. Lane CODATA/ERPANET Workshop: Scientific Data Selection &
Title of Presentation Author 1, Author 2, Author 3, Author 4 Abstract Introduction This is my abstract. This is my abstract. This is my abstract. This.
Beispielbild Cooking Class: Boiling Down ABCD to DarwinCore Archives Jörg Holetschek Botanic Garden & Botanical Museum Berlin-Dahlem Dept. of Biodiversity.
Sustainability of EDIT Informatics Activities. BoD working group on sustainability Executive Summary, 20th July 2009: “… set of themes we are sure we.
GUID-1 Workshop Welcome and Introduction Donald Hobern GBIF Program Officer for Data Access and Database Interoperability February 2006.
CEPDEC-TZ Training course: Digitisation of Biodiversity Information 13th – 17th July 2009 Dar es Salaam, Tanzania GLOBAL BIODIVERSITY INFORMATION FACILITY.
Working With Printers Chapter 18. Slide 2 of 15Chapter 18 Objectives Identify the different parts of a printer Differentiate between impact printers and.
IDigBio is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation’s Advancing Digitization of Biodiversity Collections Program (Cooperative Agreement EF ).
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