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  • ==Data Management Interest Group (DMI) == ...olutions to this challenging topic. Anyone is welcome to join the interest group.
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  • #REDIRECT [[NANSH Working Group]]
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  • ==Interest Group Participants==
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  • This wiki supports the work of iDigBio's Vertebrate Digitization Interest Group iDigBio's Vertebrate Digitization Interest Group is offering a 4-part webinar series entitled The Value of Digitizing Verteb
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  • ...ion Opportunities International Collaboration| SPNHC 2014 Special Interest Group (SIG) Session: Collections Digitization and Opportunities for International |SPNHC 2014 Special Interest Group (Report to be added)
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  • ...(CNABH) was created to serve as a gateway to distributed data resources of interest to the taxonomic and environmental research community in North America. ...(CNALH) was created to serve as a gateway to distributed data resources of interest to the taxonomic and environmental research community in North America.
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  • ...iverables for the community. To express an interest in joining the working group, please contact [https://www.idigbio.org/contact/Dr._Austin_Mast Austin Mas #Identify suite of individuals who can help advance working group’s goals for a Public Participation in Digitization workshop. Plan worksho
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  • ...tions. Membership is open to all persons (professionals and amateurs) with interest in these organisms. |valign="top"|Created to serve as a gateway to distributed data resources of interest to the taxonomic and environmental research community in North America. Thr
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  • ...tions. Membership is open to all persons (professionals and amateurs) with interest in these organisms. ...(CNABH) was created to serve as a gateway to distributed data resources of interest to the taxonomic and environmental research community in North America. Thr
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  • ...ents, including individuals from groups under-represented in STEM, with an interest in the biodiversity sciences. ...nal gaps. The Field Museum's collection of 60,000 Pselaphinae specimens, a group whose evolutionary history is deeply intertwined the ants (another target t
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  • | The iDigBio Education and Outreach Working Group, AIM-UP!, Kurator, Quantitative Undergraduate Biology Education and Synthes ...hange in Undergraduate Biology: A Call to Action, there has been a renewed interest in creating authentic research experiences. The next generation of college
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  • [[Category:Interest group]] [[Category:Working group]]
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  • ...ch 28-30, 2012. In line with the iDigBio roadmap, the focus of the initial group will be on the iDigBio data ingestion procedures related to API (Applicatio The working group will produce material with concrete data ingestion use cases from [[TCNs]],
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  • == Augmenting OCR Working Group == Purpose: This working group is attempting to improve OCR output and algorithm tools to speed up the dig
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  • ==Interest/Working Groups== The following links take you to Interest/Working Groups focused on Digitization. For other working groups please use
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  • ...s.google.com/document/d/1OSCZ6OQcK0Y5Htj4P2WkaFuZ4BUIJlsWGkZoTwfU1YE/edit# Group Notes for Webinar] ...ages. ScioTR allows the user to parse or excavate the image for regions of interest using a touch screen interface. By doing this, OCR, NLP and ML strategies a
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  • The Augmenting OCR Working Group, the iDigBio IT staff and invited guests meet October 1 - 2, 2012 in Gaines ...digital/index.html Herbar Digital] project is our key speaker. Karl-Heinz' group has been working for the last 5 years on improving OCR algorithms for recog
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  • One of the most significant areas of interest for improving the utilization of OCR output is parsing. ''Digitization'' an ...CR output and parsing tools are encouraged to do so and report back to the group at the hackathon.
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  • ...ersations, we know that all of the participants currently having expressed interest in attending the workshop are from TCNs. There may be several spaces avail ... If it is ok to share the list, DPaul will make that list available to the group.
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  • ...merging cyberinfrastructure. To express an interest in joining the working group, please contact [https://www.idigbio.org/contact/Dr._Austin_Mast Austin Mas The working group seeks to enable the following activities:
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  • ... engagement in digitization. To express an interest in joining the working group, please contact [https://www.idigbio.org/contact/Dr._Austin_Mast Austin Mas The working group seeks to enable the following activities:
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  • ==Data Management Interest Group (DMI) == ...olutions to this challenging topic. Anyone is welcome to join the interest group.
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  • *[[Augmenting_OCR| AOCR Working Group Wiki]] ..._Augmenting_OCR_Workshop#Workshop_Presentations| AOCR October 2012 Working Group Meeting Presentations]]
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  • ...cies in North America are attacked by insect pests, including those in the group Hemiptera (known as the “true bugs”), which are in turn attacked by par ...cies in North America are attacked by insect pests, including those in the group Hemiptera (known as the “true bugs”), which are in turn attacked by par
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