The American Museum of Natural History, Florida State University, George Mason University, STEPPE – Geological Society of America, University of Wisconsin – Madison, and the Yale Peabody Museum have joined to establish Enhancing Paleontological and Neontological Data Discovery (ePANDDA), a new application programming interface (API).
June 3-5, 2015 (iDigBio API Hackathon) – Team Media Ingestion blog, by Ben Anhalt (University of Kansas/Specify), Benjamin Brandt (Arizona State University/Symbiota), Caitlin Chapman (Nort
The Paleobiology Database Executive Committee is running a hackathon with the goal of creating exciting tools (web applications, R code, data analysis tools, data visualization tools, integration with other web databases, etc.) that use the Paleobiology Database API for research, education, or outreach.
When and where? March 20th-22nd, 2015, on the campus of UC Santa Cruz.