The latest added resources from the GBIF Online Resource Centre
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This article describes how to use the ModestR software to access data from online repositories such as GBIF, and how to perform data cleaning operations on them.
This article includes the final recommendations of the GBIF ‘Multimedia Resources’ task group.
This article describes the results of a specific analysis on the information about dates included in the biodiversity data that is published via the GBIF network.
This article includes the results of the first comprehensive analysis of the complete set of primary biodiversity data mobilized via the GBIF Network.
This article includes a detailed analysis of the results of the survey on biodiversity data needs carried out by the GBIF ‘Content Needs Assessment’ task group.
This article summarizes the recommendations derived from the biodiversity data need assessment survey conducted by the ‘GBIF Content Needs Assessment’ task group.
This is an special issue of the journal ‘Biodiversity Informatics’ that focuses on the topic of the assessment of content needs and demand-driven mobilization of data. In includes the recommendations of two of GBIF task groups: the ‘Content Needs Assessment’ task group and the ‘Multimedia Resources’ task group.
This document presents a summary of responses to a consultation carried out by GBIF Secretariat between April and June 2014 on proposed changes to the current system of licensing data within the global network.
This document presents a summary of responses to a consultation carried out by GBIF Secretariat between April and June 2014 on possible changes to the current system of endorsing data publishers, and on proposals to help users evaluate datasets accessed through GBIF.
The 19th Governing Board of GBIF (Lillehammer, September 2012) approved the Budget Committee’s proposal to establish a Task Group on Financial Sustainability that would make concrete recommendations on ways in which GBIF could develop a more robust and sustainable funding base.
This is the report from the Task Group.
GeoCAT (Geospatial Conservation Assessment Tool) is an open source, browser based tool that performs rapid geospatial analysis for Red List assessment
Symbiota is a open source platform for mobilizing, integrating, and using specimen- and observation-based occurrence records and derivative products. More information on the tool is available as an article in the Pensoft Biodiversity Data Journal: http://bdj.pensoft.net/articles.php?id=1114.
An annual review of research articles which make use of GBIF-mediated data.