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*[http://idigbio.adobeconnect.com/p3914lttxpu/ Shaping the semantic layer by mining digitised data: an encounter between iDigBio's plant records and the Environment Ontology (ENVO)] Presenters: Dr. Pier Luigi Buttigieg, HGF-MPG Group for Deep Sea Ecology and Technology, c/o Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Bremen, Germany, Email: pbuttigi@mpi-bremen.de; and Grant Godden, Research Associate, Michigan State University, Email: goddengr@msu.edu
 
*[http://idigbio.adobeconnect.com/p3914lttxpu/ Shaping the semantic layer by mining digitised data: an encounter between iDigBio's plant records and the Environment Ontology (ENVO)] Presenters: Dr. Pier Luigi Buttigieg, HGF-MPG Group for Deep Sea Ecology and Technology, c/o Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Bremen, Germany, Email: pbuttigi@mpi-bremen.de; and Grant Godden, Research Associate, Michigan State University, Email: goddengr@msu.edu
 
**If you have ideas for next steps with this work, or would like to be involved in the next steps conversation, please send a note to idigbio@acis.ufl.edu
 
**If you have ideas for next steps with this work, or would like to be involved in the next steps conversation, please send a note to idigbio@acis.ufl.edu
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*[https://vimeo.com/idigbio/review/146166848/bca77fe5f2 DAMmed if you Do or Don't : Archiving, what is it anyway? and just what is a DAM?], by Larry Gall, Yale Peabody Museum, recorded 17 November 2015. 4 - 5 PM EST.
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** A ''follow-up'' webinar on this topic, panel-style, is planned for January 2016. Stay tuned for more about this.
  
 
==Collaborative Notes and Interest Group Documents==
 
==Collaborative Notes and Interest Group Documents==

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Data Management Interest Group (DMI)

This page is devoted to resources and discussion for the DMI Group. Keeping up with data requires certain skills and infrastructure. This Interest Group plans to discuss issues surrounding shared data and the help and information the biodiversity community needs in order to ensure, if possible, that the provider has the most up-to-date versions of their own datasets. We intend to provide a forum for discussion, and act as a resource for guidance to point providers toward potential solutions. Do you need help to re-integrate data into your database? Are you able to help, or know of resources? We invite anyone with an interest in this topic to join us and contribute your observations and potential solutions to this challenging topic. Anyone is welcome to join the interest group.

The interest group schedules regular discussion sessions via Adobe Connect for the purpose of sharing techniques, strategies, uses, improvements, and technology associated with re-integrating enhanced data back into a provider's database. Resources, related documents, and discussion notes are stored below. Our first meeting: Webinar 7 August 2014, 1:00 - 2:00 PM EDT.

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Interest Group Members

DMI Members

Meeting Recordings

Collaborative Notes and Interest Group Documents

Presentations, Posters, Upcoming Topics

Potential Topics

  • Linking specimens, notes, and literature-- what systems have you found that best serve those linkages?
  • Macroalgal TCN using Voice Recognition and OCR output to speed up digitization

Relevant Papers and Documents

A specialist’s audit of aggregated occurrence records Robert Mesibov

Relevant Links

Data Carpentry