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Crop Wild Relatives Portal for the IMC meeting at Bioversity International, Rome Italy 29th August 2007.

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  • Some keywords; the main topics of the talk
  • Image: Dioscorea in a bowl , Photo by Annie Lane
  • [http://www.biocase.org/index.shtml]
  • Image: Cotton , Uzbekistan , photo by Annie L ane .
  • Some keywords; the main topics of the talk
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  • Samy to provide more input...? Release in December 2006? With approximately 2.2 million accessions indexed. Helmut suggest to describe CHM
  • Samy to provide more input...? Release in December 2006? With approximately 2.2 million accessions indexed. Helmut suggest to describe CHM
  • Samy to provide more input...? Release in December 2006? With approximately 2.2 million accessions indexed. Helmut suggest to describe CHM
  • Samy to provide more input...? Release in December 2006? With approximately 2.2 million accessions indexed. Helmut suggest to describe CHM
  • Samy to provide more input...? Release in December 2006? With approximately 2.2 million accessions indexed. Helmut suggest to describe CHM
  • Samy to provide more input...? Release in December 2006? With approximately 2.2 million accessions indexed. Helmut suggest to describe CHM
  • Samy to provide more input...? Release in December 2006? With approximately 2.2 million accessions indexed. Helmut suggest to describe CHM
  • Samy to provide more input...? Release in December 2006? With approximately 2.2 million accessions indexed. Helmut suggest to describe CHM
  • Samy to provide more input...? Release in December 2006? With approximately 2.2 million accessions indexed. Helmut suggest to describe CHM
  • Samy to provide more input...? Release in December 2006? With approximately 2.2 million accessions indexed. Helmut suggest to describe CHM
  • Samy to provide more input...? Release in December 2006? With approximately 2.2 million accessions indexed. Helmut suggest to describe CHM
  • Samy to provide more input...? Release in December 2006? With approximately 2.2 million accessions indexed. Helmut suggest to describe CHM
  • Samy to provide more input...? Release in December 2006? With approximately 2.2 million accessions indexed. Helmut suggest to describe CHM
  • Solanum tuberosum L. Potato. Light sprout. Photographer NGB (NGB Picture Archive, image 001289).
  • Image: Field of wheat at Alnarp. Photographer Dag Terje Endresen (NGB Picture Archive, image 002981) Image: Spider in a spiderweb Image: Dag Terje Filip Endresen in Benin Image: Michael Mackay

Prototype Crop Wild Relatives Portal, at the IMC Meeting (2007) Prototype Crop Wild Relatives Portal, at the IMC Meeting (2007) Presentation Transcript

  • Cover slide Crop Wild Genetic Resources The CWR Portal IMC Meeting August 28, 2007 Bioversity International, Rome, Italy Imke Thormann, Bioversity International Annie Lane , Bioversity International Dag Terje Filip Endresen , Bioversity International / Nordic Gene Bank
  • Keywords
    • A portal to crop wild genetic resources:
    • Taxonomy level metadata
    • Country level metadata
    • Data exchange
  • Project partners
    • International partners
      • Bioversity International
      • BLE , Federal Agency for Agriculture and Food, Germany
      • UNEP GEF , Global Environment Facility
      • UNEP WCMC , World Conservation Monitoring Centre
      • FAO , UN Food and Agriculture Organization
      • IUCN , The World Conservation Union
      • BGCI , Botanical Gardens Conservation International
    • National partners
      • Armenia , Ministry of Nature Protection of the Republic of Armenia
      • Bolivia , Ministerio de Desarrollo Rural, Agropecuario y Medio Ambiente
      • Madagascar , Centre National de la Recherche Appliquée au Développement Rural
      • Sri Lanka , Department of Agriculture
      • Uzbekistan , Plants Genetic Resources in Central Asia and Caucasus
  • CWR data network ARM LKA BOL MDG UZB National Datasets are shared with the central CWR GRIS application. The central CWR GRIS dataset and other relevant International datasets are then shared with the CWR data portal. EURISCO SINGER
  • Data Sharing Software
    • CWR GRIS v.1.0 is based on the GeoNetwork data management and data sharing software.
    • Other recommended data sharing alternatives could include DiGIR and PyWrapper:
      • DiGIR , Di stributed G eneric I nformation R etrieval. [http://digir.net]
      • PyWrapper is based on the BioCASE Python wrapper software. [ http://www.pywrapper.org/]
  • The data portal application
    • [ http://cwrint.grinfo.net]
    • The data portal application is tested to work well with MS Windows, Mac OSX, Linux, FreeBSD...
    • The data portal is developed for the PostgreSQL database, but works well with many different database systems , through the ADODB database abstraction library.
    • The data portal is developed for UNICODE
    • ضاإطقكغب שּׁשׁﭻﭗﭼﱠ אָבּדּוּ
    • The data portal is Open Source and licensed as GPL 2 .
    • The data portal is developed with the PHP5 programming language, with some maintenance scripts developed with Perl .
  • CWR Portal [http://cwrint.grinfo.net] T
  • CWR Portal - About The CWR portal has an “About” section. Here you will find information pages about the content of the CWR portal.
  • Explore the data model
    • The database structure of the portal is based on the data model of the CWR GRIS.
    • The data portal uses the ADODB database abstraction library allowing for many different database systems.
    • You may explore the table definitions from the “Explore Data Model” option in the left side menu.
    • The data portal administrator may also modify or define new tables using the native database system.
  • Explore database tables
    • All the data from all tables can be explored using the “Browse Data Units” portal tool.
    • The administrator of the Data portal may modify the database table structures to add or remove columns without disturbing the generic data browse feature.
    • A data dictionary is used to provide metadata for popup tip and more to assist when exploring the data.
  • Search the CWR portal
    • There is a keyword search in the top menu to locate taxonomy level data.
    • The simple keyword search will give you fast access to the CWR name cache (CWR taxonomy names list).
  • Search the CWR portal
    • The default search form works the same way for all the data units.
    • You may select any descriptor/column from a select list to build a filter condition.
    • You may search for an exact match, contains, larger than, less than…
  • Search Results
    • You may modify the presentation of your search results to add more descriptors/ columns.
  • Search Results
    • Or remove added descriptors/ columns again using the “x” in the column title.
  • Search Results
    • You may modify how many hits to display per page.
    • When there are more search hits than you have selected to display per page, the navigation controls are displayed.
  • Search Results
    • You may choose the order by column by clicking the column title
    • Selecting the same column again will give the reverse order.
    • Most column titles have a tip when you move the mouse over the title.
  • Search Results
    • The letter bar offer a fast way to filter by the first letter of the order by column.
    • The letter bar follows the selected order by column.
    • You may filter by the first letter, the first two letters… etc.
  • Search results
    • All the lists of taxonomy objects have a link to the “Taxon level metadata” page.
    • Country object lists have a link to the “Country level metadata” page.
  • Taxonomy level metadata
    • Taxon and Country lists have a link to a summary of CWR metadata for the indexed external datasets.
    • You will also find links to other relevant online CWR resources – not indexed by the CWR portal.
  • Country level metadata
    • For each country, you will also see the national flag and a outline map.
  • Contact institutes and persons Project institutes and persons including their CWR expertise is available from the “Contact institute, persons” link in the side menu.
  • A simple image gallery
    • A simple image gallery for CWR resources is also part of the CWR portal.
    • Please help to contribute images and image metadata…
  • WebGIS application
    • A WebGIS application is under development for the CWR portal.
    • CWR occurrence data from the National Inventories will be displayed with the UMN MapServer and Mapbender .
  • Outlook
    • The compatibility of data standards between PGR and other biodiversity collections made it possible to integrate the worldwide ex situ germplasm collections into the biodiversity community.
    • Using GBIF technology (and contributing to its development), the PGR community can easily establish specific PGR networks without duplicating GBIF's work.
    • Use of GBIF technology and integration of PGR collection data into GBIF allows PGR users to simultaneously search PGR collections and other biodiversity collections, and to get access to the data (and possibly the material) of relevant biodiversity collections.
    • The Crop Wild Resources could also build on the experiences of the ex situ genebank collections to improve the compatibility with the GBIF/TDWG technology and standards…
  • Thank you for listening!