[tdwg-content] sample Darwin Core Archives of various flavors
quentin.groom at plantentuinmeise.be
Tue Oct 25 06:35:30 CEST 2016
I have a sampling event dataset on GBIF, which is quite richly populated.
Dr. Quentin Groom
(Botany and Information Technology)
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On 25 October 2016 at 02:06, Steve Baskauf <steve.baskauf at vanderbilt.edu>
> I have been playing around with turning Darwin Core Archives into RDF 
> and would like to extend my experiments to attempting to integrate data
> from archives that have very different core files. I have played with the
> dwcaMolluscsAndorra.zip Occurrence archive mentioned in Annex 3 of the
> DwC-A How-To Guide , but the Whales-DWC-A.zip file isn't available any
> more (I guess because of the demise of Google Code). A little bit of
> Google searching failed to turn up additional obvious example files.
> If anyone would be interested in making DwC-A archives available to me,
> I'd appreciate it. I'm particularly interested in archives that have cores
> other than Occurrence (although an Occurrence archive that has more complex
> data, including extensions, than the mollusc example would be welcome). If
> there are any MaterialSample or Event core arcives, that would be
> particularly interesting.
> Preferably, I'd like to have access to archives that contain publicly
> available data, since I'm likely to blog about the outcome and potentially
> use the data in examples. If there are publicly available archives
> downloadable via a URL, you can reply to the list - otherwise let me know
> how I could access your example.
> Thanks in advance for your help!
> Steve Baskauf
>  http://baskauf.blogspot.com/2016/10/guid-o-matic-meets-darwi
>  http://www.gbif.org/resource/80636
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