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GBIF Science Review 2016

The GBIF Science Review provides an annual survey drawn from the Secretariat’s ongoing literature tracking programme.

October 10th, 2016

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Self-assessment guidelines for data holding institutions

This self-assessment tool enables data-holding institutions to carry out a high-level review of their readiness and progress in delivering digital information on the materials they hold.

This questionnaire-based approach aims to establish the status and capacity of an institution in five key areas: 

June 8th, 2016

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Presentation: Publishing Primary Biodiversity Data

This is a short presentation on the process of publishing primary biodiversity data online, with a focus on how to publish using the GBIF network. Contents:

  • What is biodiversity data?
  • Rationale for biodiversity data publishing
  • Data publishing procedure
  • Data exchange standards
  • The technical infrastructure
  • Data publishing software
  • GBIF Integrated Publishing Toolkit

August 13th, 2015

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Principles of Data Quality

A guide to principles of biodiversity data quality by Arthur Chapman in English.

February 10th, 2015

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GBIF brochure, 2016 edition

A six-page information brochure that provides a clear and concise overview of GBIF and includes links to additional information.

February 10th, 2015

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Biodiversity Datasets Assessment Tool (BIDDSAT)

This website is a basic online PBR visualization environment for the content of data publishers and/or collections within the GBIF network. The tools here allow exploring the content of such datasets as a whole and find patterns or biases that may impact their quality or usability. The visualizations could be used to detect potential errors, allowing data publishers to fix the issues at the source. In order to enable historical comparisons and track error correction, data from several versions of the index are accessible.

February 10th, 2015

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La généralisation des données sensibles

Un article sur la gestion et la généralisation des données sur la biodiversité considerées sensibles (par exemple les localisation exactes de taxons rares, menacés et ayant une valeur commerciale) par Arthur D. Chapman et Oliver Grafton.

February 10th, 2015