[tdwg-content] sample Darwin Core Archives of various flavors
m.doering at mac.com
Tue Oct 25 08:07:27 CEST 2016
you can find thousands of openly published dwc archives at the GBIF registry: http://www.gbif.org/dataset
unless it is a biocase or digir resource each details page contains the link to the dwca on the right side. Taxon and Event core datasets are always dwc-as
Von meinem iPhone gesendet
> Am 25.10.2016 um 06:35 schrieb Quentin Groom <quentin.groom at plantentuinmeise.be>:
> Hi Steve,
> I have a sampling event dataset on GBIF, which is quite richly populated.
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>> On 25 October 2016 at 02:06, Steve Baskauf <steve.baskauf at vanderbilt.edu> wrote:
>> 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-darwin-core-archives.html
>>  http://www.gbif.org/resource/80636
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