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1 The DNA Bank Network Gabriele Droege Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin-Dahlem Freie Universität Berlin

2 Existing components Source material / specimens

3 GBIF – Data Architecture

4 DiGIR = Digital Generic Information Retrieval BioCASe = Biological Collection Access Service ABCD = Access to Biological Collection Data Wrappers Transformation of individual database structures into a standard xml schema Enable „live“ connection to original data provider DarwinCoreABCD

5 DNA Bank Network The Data Architecture

6 Provider xy Different voucher data sources DiGIR/BioCASe DarwinCore/ABCD Specimen databases Data Architecture

7 Data architecture – DNA data DNA Module –MySQL and PHP –Local use or with external server (web-based) –Several tools for entry and management of DNA data and customer requests –Reference to specimen data via wrappers –Specimen Tool for specimen data not available via GBIF

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11 Provider xy DNA Module DNA Different voucher data sources DiGIR/BioCASe DarwinCore/ABCD Specimen databases Data Architecture

12 Provider xy BioCASe ABCDDNA DNA Module DNA Different voucher data sources DiGIR/BioCASe DarwinCore/ABCD Specimen databases Data Architecture Web index/ Web portal

13 -Dynamically generated during web query aggregating data from multiple sources -April 2012: > DNA and tissue samples available -Customers have to sign MTA -Partners work independent

14 DNA Bank Network The Future

15 GBIF records worldwide 311,209,813 georeferenced data

16 GBIF records of current GGBN partners 9,299,217 georeferenced data

17 Sustainability Use of existing systems (e.g. GBIF, GenBank, BOLD, CoL) BGBM: two new permanent positions (from July 2012) –BioCASe & ABCD - Jörg Holetschek –DNA Bank Network - Gabi Dröge  technical support for future GGBN data portal possible DFG proposal (deadline 31. July 2012); DFG = Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Foundation)

18 DFG proposal DFG = Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Foundation) Programme: Knowledge Transfer Projects –Deadline: 31. July 2012 –Transfer projects are based on results generated by DFG-funded research projects –Core of the project is a joint work programme, focusing on intensive mutual exchange of scientific knowledge –Funds for German partner only –Appropriate input by the application partner expected –Should be not more than one application partner Discussion with GGBN-ISC and TF Data Standards

19 DFG proposal Working title: “Building the technical node of the Global Genome Biodiversity Network (GGBN)” SI represents GGBN within the project BGBM leads the technical node of GGBN All GGBN partners could benefit: –Best practices and data workflows can be adopted by all GGBN partners GGBN works independent and does not depend on the grant and vice versa


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