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Holy Grail of Digital Legacy Taxonomic Literature
Holy Grail of Digital Legacy Taxonomic Literature
Holy Grail of Digital Legacy Taxonomic Literature
Holy Grail of Digital Legacy Taxonomic Literature
Holy Grail of Digital Legacy Taxonomic Literature
Holy Grail of Digital Legacy Taxonomic Literature
Holy Grail of Digital Legacy Taxonomic Literature
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Holy Grail of Digital Legacy Taxonomic Literature

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This seems so simple. And it is, conceptually. But nearly impossible to implement given gaps in citation resolvers for legacy taxonomic literature.

This seems so simple. And it is, conceptually. But nearly impossible to implement given gaps in citation resolvers for legacy taxonomic literature.

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  • 1. I wanted this in 2006 & I still want it now… Excerpted from: Botanicus.org : Prototyping a Web 2.0 Interface to Digitized Taxonomic Literature . Taxonomic Databases Working Group, St. Louis, Missouri, 2006.
  • 2. User draws a box on image
  • 3. Gets raw OCR
  • 4. Selects incorrect text
  • 5. . Names View Corrects text, clicks “Submit & View”
  • 6. Gets link to reference & clicks thru
  • 7.  

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