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  • “ To set up the means, tools and infrastructure to produce a more rational and a more effective framework for European Biodiversity research”
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    • 1. Linking standards: Core taxonomic information and rich collection data Walter Berendsohn Botanic Garden & Botanical Museum Berlin-Dahlem; w.berendsohn@bgbm.org Workpackage IV Standardisation ViBRANT Virtual Biodiversity
    • 2. Who we are & what we do
      • Dept. of Biodiversity Informatics and Laboratories at the Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin-Dahlem
      • 20 years of experience, focusing on
      • Taxonomic information systems supporting the full range of data items for nomenclature, taxonomic concepts and associated taxonomic information
      • Networking of biological collection data and primary species occurrence data
      • and in this context: international cooperation in standard development, software development (protocols and systems), community building, networking, and help-desk activities.
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    • 3. What we will do in ViBRANT WP IV and how (1)
      • 1. Service interface between standard Scratchpads and EDIT CDM (Common Data Model) stores.
      • 2. Interface between WikiMedia and EDIT CDM store.
      • M4-8: Specification of service interfaces (including GUIDs for shared data objects) M6: Scratchpad Service Layer methods in CDM Store = MS 4.10 , M8: Specs documented on web]
      • M7-12: Scratchpad/CDM-Store [= D4.1] and WikiMedia/CDM-Store prototype interface implementation M12: Functional demonstrators
      • M13-36: Continuous enrichment of demonstrators M15: CDM API = MS 4.15 . M24: Interface implemented into standard setups and documented. M36: Final production version available
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    • 4. What we will do in ViBRANT WP IV and how (2)
      • 3. Interfacing rich natural history collection data with the ViBRANT environment (Scratchpads, WikiMedia, GBIF)
      • M1-18: Transformation of ABCD (-DNA, -EFG) into an ontology offering reusable concepts and explicitly defined relations between concepts. M18: ABCD Ontology available
      • M19-36: (In Cooperation with GBIF) Specification of appropriate DwC-Archive sub-schemas to realize the full potential of highly granular and structured collection data in ViBRANT. M36: sub-schemas available and registered with GBIF
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    • 5. Who are our users & how will they engage?
      • The (scientific and general) public through the results of the achieved higher integration of web-based biodiversity information systems
      • Taxonomists via the Scratchpads, MediaWiki, the EDIT Platform, and GBIF/BioCASE
      • Taxonomic application developers via the EDIT Platform library
      • Collection holders via the BioCASE and GBIF networks through the activities of ViBRANT, SYNTHESYS, OpenUp! etc.
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