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== Verbiage for collaborators writing grants ==
 
== Verbiage for collaborators writing grants ==
  
TaxonWorks, the new standard for taxonomic workbench tools
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* TaxonWorks, a community developed open source platform for biodiversity informatics
Why TaxonWorks
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** Why TaxonWorks
o stable endowment supported
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*** stable endowment supported
o Unified workbench (specimens, character matrices, keys, publication ready output) concept: Species File, MX, 3i
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*** Unified workbench (specimens, character matrices, keys, publication ready output) concept: Species File, MX, 3i
o Software group of Illinois Natural History Survey, University of Illinois
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*** Software group of Illinois Natural History Survey, University of Illinois
o Built in a collaborative Ruby codebase
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* Built in a collaborative Ruby codebase
o 6 full time staff for development, debugging, hardware maintenance
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* 6 full time staff for development, debugging, hardware maintenance
o Meets current data standards (DwC, TDWG…)
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* Meets current data standards (DwC, TDWG…)
o Internet based
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* Internet based
o Global data sharing: CoL, GBIF (DwC-A), ITIS, EoL
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* Global data sharing: CoL, GBIF (DwC-A), ITIS, EoL
Provide MX for short-term use  
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* Provide MX for short-term use  
Migrate to TaxonWorks in 2015
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* Migrate to TaxonWorks in 2015

Latest revision as of 09:24, 18 October 2013

In progress - the intent is to provide verbiage to grant seekers who wish to collaborate with us.

Verbiage for collaborators writing grants

  • TaxonWorks, a community developed open source platform for biodiversity informatics
    • Why TaxonWorks
      • stable endowment supported
      • Unified workbench (specimens, character matrices, keys, publication ready output) concept: Species File, MX, 3i
      • Software group of Illinois Natural History Survey, University of Illinois
  • Built in a collaborative Ruby codebase
  • 6 full time staff for development, debugging, hardware maintenance
  • Meets current data standards (DwC, TDWG…)
  • Internet based
  • Global data sharing: CoL, GBIF (DwC-A), ITIS, EoL
  • Provide MX for short-term use
  • Migrate to TaxonWorks in 2015