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SYTYCD would like to welcome guest blogger, John Wieczorek (also known as Tuco) Data aggregators such as VertNet and GBIF work with data publishers (such as museums and research stations) to share their data in common formats. We’ve been talking … Continue reading
Co-written with David Bloom. For as long as explorers have been collecting specimens and bringing them back to museums, collection managers and museum staff have been assigning unique (well, more or less unique, with a margin for human error) numbers … Continue reading
“Resolution” is a word with many meanings. It can refer to the granularity of a digital image, or the solution to a problem, or a firm decision to do or not do something. The Carefree Cogitation Coalition here at So … Continue reading