Join us in shaping the future analysis tools for biodiversity research!
Swedish LifeWatch is a collaboration between universities, public authorities and natural history museums in Sweden, with the aim to establish a national e-infrastructure for the integration and analysis of biodiversity data.
Using agreed standards and a common taxonomy, Swedish LifeWatch will integrate data on biodiversity and explanatory variables from many different distributed databases in a single portal, open to everyone, from researchers to policy makers to citizen scientists. The infrastructure will also provide tools for advanced analysis, modelling and visualisation.
- Would you like to know more about the Swedish LifeWatch project?
- Are you working with research within biodiversity, ecology or taxonomy?
- Are you handeling large or complex datasets in your research?
- What data and analysis functions would you facilitate your research?
The afternoon will begin with a presentation of Swedish LifeWatch and continue with a workshop to discuss needs for data and analysis tools. What data and functions would you like access in the Analysis Portal? Welcome to contribute with ideas and suggestions!
No cost, but please tell us if your coming by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10 November.
2012-11-15 13:00 - 15:30
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For more information contact Anna Maria Wremp, ArtDatabanken SLU, anna-maria.wremp @ slu.se, phone 018-671394 or see www.swedishlifewatch.se