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  • Conference object, Article English OPEN
    Dillen, Mathias; Groom, Quentin; Agosti, Donat; Nielsen, Lars;
    (2019)
    Publisher: Pensoft Publishers
    Zenodo (https://zenodo.org) is an open-access repository operated by CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research), which provides researchers with an easy and stable platform to archive and publish their data and other output, such as software tools, manuals and pr...
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    van Egmond, E.M.; Willemse, L.; Runnel, V.; Saarenmaa, H.; Koivunen, A.; Lahti, K.; Livermore, L.;
    (2019)
    This report will address how private collections can be included in Europe’s digitisation efforts. First, it is necessary to identify the current volume, scope and level of digitisation of private collections within Europe to have a better view of the background and inf...
  • Conference object, Article English OPEN
    Reimeier, Fabian; Röpert, Dominik; Güntsch, Anton; Kirchhoff, Agnes; Berendsohn, Walter G.;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Pensoft Publishers
    On herbarium sheets, data elements such as plant name, collection site, collector, barcode and accession number are found mostly on labels glued to the sheet. The data are thus visible on specimen images. With continuously improving technologies for collection mass-digi...
  • Report English OPEN
    Agosti, Donat; Nielsen, Lars Holm; Dillen, Mathias; Groom, Quentin;
    (2019)
    Publisher: ICEDIG
    This deliverable specifies the requirements for adapting CERN’s Zenodo services for long-term storage of large-scale digitised biodiversity data. The report describes the service(s) features, capacities, functions and its suitability. Recommendations of use and possible...
  • Report English OPEN
    Owen David; Groom Quentin; Hardisty Alex; Leegwater Thijs; van Walsum Myriam; Wijkamp Noortje; Spasić Irena;
    (2019)
    In this document we describe an effective approach to automated text digitisation with respect to specimen labels. These labels contain much useful data about the specimen including its collector, country of origin and collection date. Our approach to automatically extr...
  • Conference object, Article OPEN
    Engledow, Henry; De Smedt, Sofie; Bogaerts, Ann; Groom, Quentin;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Pensoft Publishers
    There are many ways to capture data from herbarium specimen labels. Here we compare the results of in-house verses out-sourced data transcription with the aim of evaluating the pros and cons of each approach and guiding future projects that want to do the same. In ...
  • Report English OPEN
    Saarenmaa, Hannu; Agosti, Donat; Dillen, Matthias; Egloff, Willi; Gagnier, Pierre-Yves; Groom, Quentin; Hardisty, Alex; Raes, Niels;
    (2019)
    The paper investigates how to implement open access to data in collection institutions and in the DiSSCo research infrastructure. Large-scale digitisation projects generate lots of images, but data transcription often remains backlogged for years. The paper discusses mi...
  • Report English OPEN
    Saarenmaa Hannu; Agosti Donat; Chagnoux Simon; van Egmond Emily; Groom Quenting; Hardisty Alex;
    (2018)
    ICEDIG is a design study for the proposed new research infrastructure Distributed System of Scientific Collections (DiSSCo), focusing on the issues around digitisation of the collections and making their data freely and openly available following the FAIR principl...
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    Allan, Elizabeth Louise; Price, Benjamin Wills; Shchedrina, Olha; Dupont, Steen; Livermore, Laurence; Smith, Vincent;
  • Article OPEN
    E Louise Allan; Laurence Livermore; Benjamin Price; Olha Shchedrina; Vincent Smith;
    (2019)
    Publisher: Pensoft Publishers
    Abstract The Natural History Museum, London (NHM) has embarked on an ambitious programme to digitise its collections. One aim of the programme has been to improve the workflows and infrastructure needed to support high-throughput digitisation and create comprehensive di...
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