Kindvall, Oskar Lect03b

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Oskar Kindvall (second) lecture on Tuesday, Sept 15, 2009, for the Biodiversity Informatics Course, a Swedish Taxonomy Initiative (Svenska Artprojektet) course at the Swedish Natural History Museum, Stockholm, supported by the Swedish Species Service (ArtDatabanken) and the Swedish GBIF node.

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Kindvall, Oskar Lect03b

  1. 1. Names and Taxonomic ConceptsObject model of taxa and related information<br />Oskar Kindvall<br />
  2. 2. What do we need?<br />Taxon objects with unique ID that can be linked to data (observations, collected specimens, images, generalizations, expert opinions)<br />Recommended names<br />List of synonyms, alternative spellings etc.<br />Taxonomic hierarchies (taxon tree nodes)<br />Taxonomic sort order values<br />Taxonomic category information<br />Taxonomic change history information<br />Pointers to inclusive taxa<br />References, komments<br />
  3. 3. What do we need?<br />Taxon objects with unique ID that can be linked to data (observations, collected specimens, images, generalizations, expert opinions)<br />Recommended names<br />List of synonyms, alternative spellings etc.<br />Taxonomic hierarchies (taxon tree nodes)<br />Taxonomic sort order values<br />Taxonomic category information<br />Taxonomic change history information<br />Pointers to inclusive taxa<br />References, komments<br />
  4. 4. What do we need?<br />Taxon objects with unique ID that can be linked to data (observations, collected specimens, images, generalizations, expert opinions)<br />Recommended names<br />List of synonyms, alternative spellings etc.<br />Taxonomic hierarchies (taxon tree nodes)<br />Taxonomic sort order values<br />Taxonomic category information<br />Taxonomic change history information<br />Pointers to inclusive taxa<br />References, komments<br />
  5. 5. What do we need?<br />Taxon objects with unique ID that can be linked to data (observations, collected specimens, images, generalizations, expert opinions)<br />Recommended names<br />List of synonyms, alternative spellings etc.<br />Taxonomic hierarchies (taxon tree nodes)<br />Taxonomic sort order values<br />Taxonomic category information<br />Taxonomic change history information<br />Pointers to inclusive taxa<br />References, komments<br />
  6. 6. What do we need?<br />Taxon objects with unique ID that can be linked to data (observations, collected specimens, images, generalizations, expert opinions)<br />Recommended names<br />List of synonyms, alternative spellings etc.<br />Taxonomic hierarchies (taxon tree nodes)<br />Taxonomic sort order values<br />Taxonomic category information<br />Taxonomic change history information<br />Pointers to inclusive taxa<br />References, komments<br />
  7. 7. What do we need?<br />Taxon objects with unique ID that can be linked to data (observations, collected specimens, images, generalizations, expert opinions)<br />Recommended names<br />List of synonyms, alternative spellings etc.<br />Taxonomic hierarchies (taxon tree nodes)<br />Taxonomic sort order values<br />Taxonomic category information<br />Taxonomic change history information<br />Pointers to inclusive taxa<br />References, komments<br />
  8. 8. What do we need?<br />Taxon objects with unique ID that can be linked to data (observations, collected specimens, images, generalizations, expert opinions)<br />Recommended names<br />List of synonyms, alternative spellings etc.<br />Taxonomic hierarchies (taxon tree nodes)<br />Taxonomic sort order values<br />Taxonomic category information<br />Taxonomic change history information<br />Pointers to inclusive taxa<br />References, komments<br />
  9. 9. What do we need?<br />Taxon objects with unique ID that can be linked to data (observations, collected specimens, images, generalizations, expert opinions)<br />Recommended names<br />List of synonyms, alternative spellings etc.<br />Taxonomic hierarchies (taxon tree nodes)<br />Taxonomic sort order values<br />Taxonomic category information<br />Taxonomic change history information<br />Pointers to inclusive taxa<br />References, komments<br />
  10. 10. What do we need?<br />Taxon objects with unique ID that can be linked to data (observations, collected specimens, images, generalizations, expert opinions)<br />Recommended names<br />List of synonyms, alternative spellings etc.<br />Taxonomic hierarchies (taxon tree nodes)<br />Taxonomic sort order values<br />Taxonomic category information<br />Taxonomic change history information<br />Pointers to inclusive taxa<br />References, comments<br />
  11. 11. Taxon object model<br />
  12. 12. TaxonObject<br />TaxonId<br />Recommended scientific name<br />Recommended common name<br />Synonyms<br />Other names<br />Language<br />Sort order<br />Taxon category<br />Taxon change status<br />Is replaced by<br />Validity (Date0, Date1)<br />Comments<br />References<br />
  13. 13. TaxonList<br />List of TaxonObjects<br />Items (TaxonObjects)<br />Count<br />TaxonObject<br />
  14. 14. TaxonList<br />List of TaxonObjects<br />Items (TaxonObjects)<br />Count<br />TaxonObject<br />TaxonTreeNode<br />Taxon (TaxonObject)<br />Parent (TaxonObject)<br />Children (TaxonTreeNodes)<br />
  15. 15. Taxon information object<br />TaxonInformationId<br />Taxon<br />Individual Category<br />Date<br />Period<br />Factor<br />Reference<br />TaxonObject<br />Taxon observation object<br />ObsservationId<br />Taxon<br />Locality<br />Date0<br />Date1<br />Observer<br />
  16. 16. TaxonNameObject<br />TaxonNameId<br />TaxonId<br />Name<br />Author<br />Year<br />Language<br />NameType<br />Use<br />Validity (Date0, Date1)<br />Comments<br />Reference<br />TaxonObject<br />TaxonId<br />Recommended scientific name<br />Recommended common name<br />Synonyms<br />Other names<br />Language<br />Sort order<br />Taxon category<br />Taxon change status<br />Is replaced by<br />Validity (Date0, Date1)<br />Comments<br />References<br />TaxonNameList<br />List of TaxonNameObjects<br />Items (TaxonNameObjects)<br />Count<br />
  17. 17. TaxonCategoryObject<br />TaxonCategoryId<br />Name<br />Language<br />Sort order<br />IsTaxonomic<br />IsStandard<br />TaxonObject<br />TaxonId<br />Recommended scientific name<br />Recommended common name<br />Synonyms<br />Other names<br />Language<br />Sort order<br />Taxon category<br />Taxon change status<br />Is replaced by<br />Validity (Date0, Date1)<br />Comments<br />References<br />TaxonCategoryList<br />List of TaxonCategroyObjects<br />Items (TaxonCategroyObjects)<br />Count<br />
  18. 18. TaxonObject<br />TaxonId<br />Recommended scientific name<br />Recommended common name<br />Synonyms<br />Other names<br />Language<br />Sort order<br />Taxon category<br />Taxon change status<br />Is replaced by<br />Validity (Date0, Date1)<br />Comments<br />References<br />
  19. 19. TaxonObject<br />TaxonId<br />Recommended scientific name<br />Recommended common name<br />Synonyms<br />Other names<br />Language<br />Sort order<br />Taxon category<br />Taxon change status<br />Is replaced by<br />Validity (Date0, Date1)<br />Comments<br />References<br />List of Taxon objects<br />

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