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Gb17 stateofthe networkreport
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Gb17 stateofthe networkreport

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This was presented at the side event at GB17 Suwon, South Korea

This was presented at the side event at GB17 Suwon, South Korea

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  • 1. 2010: Simplified Data Publishing Solutions Darwin Core Archives for taxonomic and primary biodiversity data 17 th Meeting of the GBIF Governing Board, Suwon, Republic of Korea Discovery and Publishing of Data through the GBIF Network: The State-of-the-Network & Potentials Vishwas Chavan Senior Programme Officer for DIGIT [email_address] October 2010
  • 2. Content for Science and Society
    • More content
    • Better Science
    • Informed decisions
  • 3. Objective
    • Status of the Publishing
    • Content assessment
    • Preparedness of the Network
    • Potential of the Network
    • Lessons learnt & future plans
  • 4. Status of Data Publishing % of increase in Data Records, Data Publishers, and Data Records are on decline
  • 5. Status of Data Publishing Developing regions are the largest data contributor The Avian Knowledge Network is the largest single Data Publisher Over 2700 data resources to be indexed The DiGIR protocol is used by over 60% of Data Publishers Data resources published by USA-based publishers receive the maximum number of search hits and return maximum data records, download events, and downloaded records
  • 6. Geographical bias Content Assessment Regional distribution of records in the GBIF Index.
  • 7. Content Assessment Taxonomical bias
  • 8. Content Assessment Observation vs. Specimen Temporal bias - Data deluge
  • 9. Preparedness of the Network
    • Data discovery in nascent stage
    • Lack of metadata catalogues
    • Opportunistic nature of data publishing
    • Lack of Content Needs Assessment
    • Unplanned data discovery and publishing activities
  • 10. Preparedness of the Network
    • Lack of Strategy & Action Plans
    • 2.453 billion records identified by 27 Participants
    • 818 million are digital data records
    • Participants committed to publish only 23% (195+ million) records by the end of 2010.
  • 11. Potential of the GBIF Network (2009) 27 Participant NODES reported availability of 2.453 billion data records
  • 12. Need for Local to Global Scale efforts
  • 13.  

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