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{{Caution|This page is no longer maintained and may point to outdated information. Please see [[IDigBio API]] for up to date information on accessing iDigBio data.}}
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== About ==
 
== About ==
  
The Specimen Map module is the same map that's used in the iDigBio Portal Search page. The map is provided as a JavaScript library to be used in any website available on the Internet and exposes a single method for running iDigBio queries that generate the specimen locations. The query language adheres to the same style used for [https://github.com/idigbio/idigbio-search-api/wiki iDigBio Search API] .
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The Specimen Map module is the same map that's used in the iDigBio Portal Search page. The map is provided as a JavaScript library to be used in any website available on the Internet and exposes a single method for running iDigBio queries that generate the specimen locations. The query language adheres to the same query format used for the [https://github.com/idigbio/idigbio-search-api/wiki/Query-Format Search API Query Format].
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== How to Use ==
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The following link provides instructions and examples of how to use the Specimen Map module
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[[https://github.com/iDigBio/idb-portal/blob/master/README.md#stand-alone-map-module-use Specimen Map code example]]

Latest revision as of 17:50, 9 July 2018

Caution! Caution: This page is no longer maintained and may point to outdated information. Please see IDigBio API for up to date information on accessing iDigBio data.


About

The Specimen Map module is the same map that's used in the iDigBio Portal Search page. The map is provided as a JavaScript library to be used in any website available on the Internet and exposes a single method for running iDigBio queries that generate the specimen locations. The query language adheres to the same query format used for the Search API Query Format.

How to Use

The following link provides instructions and examples of how to use the Specimen Map module [Specimen Map code example]