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Meeting report: hackathon-workshop on Darwin Core and MIxS Standards Alignment (February 2012)
Tuama, E.O.; Deck, J.; Dröge, G.; Döring, M.; Field, D.; Kottmann, R.; Ma, J.; Mori, H.; Morrison, N.; Sterk, P.; Sugawara, H.; Wieczorek, J.; Wu, L.; Yilmaz, P. (2012). Meeting report: hackathon-workshop on Darwin Core and MIxS Standards Alignment (February 2012). Stand Genomic Sci. 7(1): 166-170.
In: Standards in Genomic Sciences. BioMed Central: London. ISSN 1944-3277, more
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  • Tuama, E.O.
  • Deck, J.
  • Dröge, G.
  • Döring, M.
  • Field, D.
  • Kottmann, R.
  • Ma, J.
  • Mori, H.
  • Morrison, N.
  • Sterk, P.
  • Sugawara, H.
  • Wieczorek, J.
  • Wu, L.
  • Yilmaz, P.

    The Global Biodiversity Information Facility and the Genomic Standards Consortium convened a joint workshop at the University of Oxford, 27-29 February 2012, with a small group of experts from Europe, USA, China and Japan, to continue the alignment of the Darwin Core with the MIxS and related genomics standards. Several reference mappings were produced as well as test expressions of MIxS in RDF. The use and management of controlled vocabulary terms was considered in relation to both GBIF and the GSC, and tools for working with terms were reviewed. Extensions for publishing genomic biodiversity data to the GBIF network via a Darwin Core Archive were prototyped and work begun on preparing translations of the Darwin Core to Japanese and Chinese. Five genomic repositories were identified for engagement to begin the process of testing the publishing of genomic data to the GBIF network commencing with the SILVA rRNA database.

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