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Sherborn: Robinson - Sherborn’s Index Animalium integration into ION: access to all
Sherborn: Robinson - Sherborn’s Index Animalium integration into ION: access to all
Sherborn: Robinson - Sherborn’s Index Animalium integration into ION: access to all
Sherborn: Robinson - Sherborn’s Index Animalium integration into ION: access to all
Sherborn: Robinson - Sherborn’s Index Animalium integration into ION: access to all
Sherborn: Robinson - Sherborn’s Index Animalium integration into ION: access to all
Sherborn: Robinson - Sherborn’s Index Animalium integration into ION: access to all
Sherborn: Robinson - Sherborn’s Index Animalium integration into ION: access to all
Sherborn: Robinson - Sherborn’s Index Animalium integration into ION: access to all
Sherborn: Robinson - Sherborn’s Index Animalium integration into ION: access to all
Sherborn: Robinson - Sherborn’s Index Animalium integration into ION: access to all
Sherborn: Robinson - Sherborn’s Index Animalium integration into ION: access to all
Sherborn: Robinson - Sherborn’s Index Animalium integration into ION: access to all
Sherborn: Robinson - Sherborn’s Index Animalium integration into ION: access to all
Sherborn: Robinson - Sherborn’s Index Animalium integration into ION: access to all
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Sherborn: Robinson - Sherborn’s Index Animalium integration into ION: access to all

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As a list of zoological taxonomic names used in the scientific literature, the Index to Organism Names (ION) has provided a reference service to researchers for a number of years, based on the content …

As a list of zoological taxonomic names used in the scientific literature, the Index to Organism Names (ION) has provided a reference service to researchers for a number of years, based on the content of international publications analysed for inclusion in Zoological Record®. However, this content is limited to names included in Zoological Record (1864-present). This project extends the names database and brings new opportunities through collaboration between the Smithsonian Institute, Thomson Reuters, and the Biodiversity Heritage Library to provide a more complete resource to compliment other taxonomic names services.

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  • More granularity needed to be a useful tool in detailed nomenclatural and bibliographic databasesBreak down data into standard bibliographic and nomenclatural fieldsEmploy current ZR editorial processes and practicesFacilitate loading to ION through normal update processes
  • IA data csv fileParsing algorithmsNormalised data loaded to data warehouseZR classification appliedFurther QC, clean upAssignment of BHL linksLoad to ION, assignment of LSIDUpdate capabilities
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    • 1. SHERBORN’S INDEX ANIMALIUMINTEGRATION INTO ION: ACCESS TO ALLNIGEL ROBINSONDIRECTOR YORK OPERATIONS28 OCTOBER 2011
    • 2. ZOOLOGICAL RECORD & INDEX ANIMALIUM 1758 1850©2010 Thomson Reuters Index Animalium 1864 1999 Current ZR Zoological Record ION created and ION founded
    • 3. TEXT TO DATABASE ID Image ID Page Name & reference"362382","SIL34_02_24_0193","6101","splendens Turdus, W. E. Leach, Zool. Miscell. II. 1815, 30.”
    • 4. CHALLENGES • Interpretation of Index Animalium data • Inconsistent formatting, punctuation etc. in original books • OCR errors • Variant publication titles©2010 Thomson Reuters • Application of management classification
    • 5. NORMALISED DATA RECORD Genus: Turdus Species: splendens • Bibliographic Name string: Turdus splendens record Author lastname: Leach • Classification Author forename: W.E. routines Abbreviated publication name: Zool. Miscell. Full publication name: The Zoological Miscellany • ZR style entry Volume: II • Standard data Year: 1815 load and QC©2010 Thomson Reuters Page: 30
    • 6. PROCESS FLOW BIODIVERSITY COMMUNITY OUTPUT FILES ION DATA WAREHOUSE (in standard format) Correction cycles ZR CLASSIFICATION APPLIED PARSING ROUTINES©2010 Thomson Reuters INPUT FILE
    • 7. INDEX TO ORGANISM NAMES SEARCH Turdus splendens
    • 8. RESULTS AND VIEWS
    • 9. DETAILS - MERGED RECORD
    • 10. LINK OUT FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    • 11. UPDATE NOTIFICATIONS – RSS ALERTS
    • 12. METRICS INTEGRATION
    • 13. NEXT STEPS • Load next 200,000 names • Further processing of remaining names 2011 • Load remaining names • Web services and APIs • Publication name unification 2012 • Apply unification and links to BHL©2010 Thomson Reuters
    • 14. BENEFITS OF COLLABORATION • Zoological Record production – Authority file validation – Resolution of homonyms in ZR production • Enable notification to authors – Increased links to literature and ZR in ION • Extends the list of names used in the literature to 1758 – Homonym checks – Data available for other projects • More granular digital format©2010 Thomson Reuters • Cleaner version of the data
    • 15. QUESTIONS?? • Access http://www.organismnames.com • Contact nigel.robinson@thomsonreuters.com©2010 Thomson Reuters

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