[Taxacom] Ebbe Nielsen Challenge submission
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Fri Sep 7 03:32:12 CDT 2018
Dan, David will no doubt have something to say about this, but I think there are frameworks to handle this, such as nanopubs http://nanopub.org/wordpress/ . Put simply, one way to handle machine ids is to have a DOI for, say, a barcode dataset, and use that DOI as the GUID for the identifier. Then we can attribute all these identifications to the machine/process that did the ids. If specimen gets new identification in subsequent analysis, Darwin Core can already handle that (it’s possible to have multiple ids).
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On Fri, Sep 7, 2018 at 4:53 AM +0200, "Janzen, Daniel H" <djanzen at sas.upenn.edu<mailto:djanzen at sas.upenn.edu>> wrote:
what is the plan for when the ID is done by a DNA barcode, a machine, and then equally, later on upgraded or otherwise modified by machine (and collected in the beginning by machine, such as a Malaise trap and never seen by a taxonomist other than a machine). Or when the ID is done by unknown persons sorting the specimens into unit trays in a museum (whenever).
> On Sep 6, 2018, at 8:00 PM, Shorthouse, David wrote:
> Thanks! Am pleased it's sparked interest. It means we're on the right track
> with our thoughts about an extension to Darwin Core.
> On Thu, Sep 6, 2018 at 3:54 PM Eduardo Dalcin wrote:
>> Well done! Amazing tool.
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>> Em qui, 6 de set de 2018 às 11:26, Shorthouse, David <
>> davidpshorthouse at gmail.com> escreveu:
>>> All -
>>> I threw my hat in the ring for GBIF's Ebbe Nielsen Challenge and
>>> welcome you to take a gander at https://bloodhound.shorthouse.net/. If
>>> you also have an ORCID account, try your hand at declaring the
>>> specimens you identified or collected - assuming they're shown to you!
>>> (*ducks and cowers*) And, if you're up for it, make your profile
>>> I'm using this as fodder to help develop a 1:many extension to Darwin
>>> Core with the joint RDA/TDWG Interest Group who are interested in how
>>> to best attribute occurrence data to people. The extension has yet to
>>> be named but will attempt to express from the source, a better
>>> mechanism to share granular information about the actions people take
>>> when collecting, identifying, and curating occurrence data & will
>>> include identifiers for people. The logical identifier in today's
>>> academic environment is ORCID - thus we can have a collective think
>>> about academic credit systems for people who work at and contribute to
>>> natural history collections -, but we'd expect the extension to be
>>> supportive of other such identifiers. It's early days but here's its
>>> workspace: https://github.com/tdwg/attribution. Others involved in
>>> this possible extension to Darwin Core are cc'd here.
>>> David P. Shorthouse
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