Adobe Connect Recording
Title: DwC Standards in Practice: Introduction to Sharing Data Using the GBIF IPT
DATE TIME: Tuesday, June 13th, 10 AM EDT, 9AM CDT, 4 PM CEST
Presenters: Kyle Braak - IPT Product Manager for GBIF, Laura Russell - Program Officer for Participation and Engagement at GBIF, Carole Sinou - Research Officer in Biodiversity for Canadensys.
Moderators: Gary Motz, Erica Krimmel
We encourage people to bring or submit questions and to have open discussions in each webinar.
Abstract - Chapter 5.
This webinar introduces the GBIF IPT, the most widely used tool to publish and share biodiversity data through the GBIF network. Demonstrating how to publish a species occurrence dataset, special emphasis will be given to how to properly map fields to DwC terms while complying with vocabularies and making sure to satisfy GBIF’s required and recommended terms. It will end with a brief look at the tool’s roadmap, with some essential information all IPT administrators need to be made aware of.
LINKS: Pre-reading materials
- Latest IPT blog post: http://gbif.blogspot.dk/2017/01/ipt-v233-your-repository-for.html
- How to publish guide: https://github.com/gbif/ipt/wiki/howToPublish
- Trusted IPT data hosting centres: https://github.com/gbif/ipt/wiki/dataHostingCentres
LINKS: Essential IPT Resources
- IPT User Manual and wiki: https://github.com/gbif/ipt/wiki/IPT2ManualNotes.wiki
- Open IPT issues: https://github.com/gbif/ipt/issues
- FAQ: https://github.com/gbif/ipt/wiki/FAQ.wiki
- Data quality checklist: https://github.com/gbif/ipt/wiki/dataQualityChecklist
- IPT mailing list: https://lists.gbif.org/mailman/listinfo/ipt
- How to join instructions for coders: https://github.com/gbif/ipt/blob/master/HowToContribute.wiki
- How to join instructions for translators: https://github.com/gbif/ipt/blob/master/HowToTranslate.wiki
Darwin Core Hour Series Abstract:
Darwin Core has become a broadly-used standard for biodiversity data sharing since its inception as a standard by the organization Biodiversity Information Standards (TDWG) in 2009. Despite, or because of, its popularity, people trying to use the standard continue to have questions about how to use Darwin Core and associated extensions. This webinar series looks at open questions related to Darwin Core. Though the topic is broad, individual chapters in the series will focus on specific topics to any adequate level of depth. We encourage people to bring or submit questions and to have open discussions in each webinar.
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