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July the 4th, 2013
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New I3B Forum Released (bioinformatics, Ibero-America)

The I3B Forum http://foro.recibio.net is already active. This forum has been created as a communication platform to either discuss, promote, and develop Biodiversity Informatics related topics. The scope of the forum is to promote the exchange of experiences between people and Institutions from Ibero-America. Several threads have been opened already. Therefore, we encourage you to participate sharing questions and issues, so we make the forum an useful tool for our work. To access the I3B Forum please visit the I3B website or go directly to http://foro.recibio.net. You can register as a new user here. Permalink Permalink



July the 4th, 2013
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DARWIN TEST 3.3 released

The newest version of Darwin Test is now available for download. Darwin Test is a software application to validate and check Darwin Core 1.2, Darwin Core 1.4 and Darwin Core Archive files.

Validation, data correction, ICA (Apparent Quality Index) calculation, and coordinate generalization of Darwin Core Archives are among the novelties and improvements of the newest Darwin Test version. Furthermore, the metadata form has been modified according to the terms used by the Integrated Publishing Toolkit developed by GBIF. Also, the direct export of the eml file containing the collection metadata is now allowed. In addition, the coordinate conversion function has been debugged. More information...
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June 28th, 2013
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A new stage for GBIF Portugal

The Portuguese Node of GBIF begins a new era full of activity. They have recently released the new portal www.gbif.pt in bilingual version (Portuguese / English). This release occurred simultaneously with the attribution to the Portuguese researcher Miguel Araújo of the prestigious Ebbe Nielsen 2013 by GBIF. GBIF Portugal is also implementing a training schedule. The next Workshop on Publishing Data Using the IPT will be held in Lisbon, 11-12 July 2013. Inscriptions must be submitted before July the 9th to info@gbif.pt
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June the 27th, 2013
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Second data paper published

The second paper has already been published as a result of the last GBIF Workshop on Data Papers. Marta Espinosa and Josefa López from the UNEX Herbarium have published Herbarium of Vascular Plants Collection of the University of Extremadura (Spain) in Phytokeys journal. The new paper offers a comprehensive synthesis of the 36451 specimens preserved in the Herbarium of the University of Extremadura (UNEX Herbarium) whose main origin is the autonomous region of Extremadura (Spain) and Portugal. More information...
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June the 25th, 2013
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Fifth Meeting on Biodiversity Information and Local Environmental Governments

The Fifth Meeting on Biodiversity Information and Environmental Administrations will take place in November 5-6 in Cáceres (Spain) and will be organized by the Extremadura Government and the Spanish GBIF Node. As in past editions the main objective of the meeting is to bring together government technicians who work on issues related to biodiversity information to find common solutions to reduce duplication of efforts and share and integrate biodiversity data. All information related with the meeting is available at http://www.gbif.es/AdministracionesAmbientales.php More information...
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June the 24th, 2013
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Workshop on software tools for biological collections - Bogotá (Colombia)

This workshop was organized by the Natural Sciences Institute of the Universidad Nacional in Colombia, together with the Biodiversity Information System (SIB). The objective of this theoretical and practical workshop was to create and strengthen technical capacity to digitize and manage natural history collections in Colombia. The workshop will tackle practical criteria and simple procedures that will allow collections to take informed decisions in the selection process of a digitization tool. Francisco Pando and Katia Cezón from GBIF Spain were the main instructors for the digitization tools Herbar and Zoorbar. Presentations and other materials are available at: http://www.sibcolombia.net/web/sib/repositorio-de-documentos More information...
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