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Update and Strategic Plan 2017-21
Donald Hobern, GBIF Executive Secretary
Emmelina monodactyla (Linnaeus, 1758), Hellerup, Denmark, 4 May 2013
ANTANANARIVO, MADAGASCAR, OCTOBER 2015
DATA LICENCES
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End 2015 goals:
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Approach:
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All endorsed datasets with Creative Commons licence
Updated data publisher and data user agreements
Use publisher-specified licence where possible
Datasets without special terms defined  CC-BY
Datasets with special terms  propose best match from CC0, CC-BY, CC-BY-NC
Where none fit and publisher does not respond, default to takedown
Timeline:
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During August - Node Managers notified of proposed licence per dataset
By end October – Identify Nodes which wish to communicate with own publishers
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From 1 November – Nodes and Secretariat communicate with publishers
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Secretariat will confirm list and supply suggested wording
Secretariat will communicate with others
Two months to respond
Accept proposed licence / select other licence / take data down
End December
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All datasets in GBIF network associated with CC licence
DIGITAL OBJECT IDENTIFIERS AND CITATION
GBIF download
Download DOI
Data
Researcher
Paper
Cleaned data
Paper DOI
Dataset DOI
User cleans
data
Data attribution
User
publishes
paper
Data
Data attribution
User searches
for data through
GBIF.org
Published paper
can give
resolvable links
to GBIF
download
and/or to
cleaned dataset
User deposits
cleaned dataset in a
repository and gets
DOI for dataset
GBIF.org
Download history
Download 1
...
GBIF.org creates a download data set
GBIF assigns DOIs to
data downloads
DataCite
Denmark
DIGITAL OBJECT IDENTIFIERS AND CITATION
• Progress:
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All datasets now associated with a Digital Object Identifier
(DOI)
All data downloads now associated with a DOI with onward
references to dataset DOIs
Around 1 billion records downloaded each day
First detected use of a download DOI in a published paper in
Zootaxa
• Next steps:
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Revise GBIF Data User agreement (by end 2015)
With DataCite and publishers, start mining use of GBIF DOIs
Develop service to report use to data publishers
Better reporting of usage to highlight value of data publishing
SAMPLE-BASED DATA
Species
Event
Quantity
Sample size
Protocol
Vanessa
cardui
Species
PlotA-2014-06
Event
6 individuals
Quantity
1 kmSample sizeButterfly
transect
Protocol
AglaisVanessa
urticae
4 individuals
Butterfly
transect
cardui PlotA-2014-06
PlotA-2014-07
3 individuals
transect
Species
Event
Quantity 1 km1 kmSample
sizeButterfly
Protocol
Inachis
io Pieris
PlotA-2014-06
1 individual
1 km1 km1 km Butterfly
transect
Aglais
urticae
PlotA-2014-07
8 individuals
Butterfly
transect
rapae
PlotA-2014-08
1 individuals
Butterfly
transect
Thecla
betulae
Aglais
urticae PlotA-2014-07
PlotA-2014-08 2 individuals
3 individuals
1 km1 km
Species
Event
Quantity
Sample size
PierisSpecies
rapae
PlotB-2014-06
Event
12 individuals
Quantity
1 km Sample size
Butterfly
transect
Protocol
Butterfly
transect
Butterfly
transect
Protocol
Vanessa
cardui
8 individuals
Butterfly
transect
Pieris
rapae PlotB-2014-06
PlotB-2014-07
15 individuals
Butterfly
transect
Species
Event
Quantity 1 km 1 km Sample
size
Protocol
AglaisVanessa
urticae
PlotB-2014-06
3 individuals
1 km 1 km 1 km Butterfly
transect
cardui
PlotB-2014-07
4 individuals
Butterfly
transect
Pieris
rapae
PlotB-2014-08
8 individuals
Butterfly
transect
AglaisAglais
urticae
urticae PlotB-2014-07
PlotB-2014-08 1 individuals
2 individuals
1 km 1 km
Butterfly
transect
Butterfly
transect
Species
Event
Quantity
Sample size
Protocol
Platichthys flesus
DiveX-20120301
3 individuals
500 m2
Fish dive survey
Sprattus sprattus
DiveX-20120301
71 individuals
500 m2
Fish dive survey
SAMPLE-BASED DATA
• Progress:
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Darwin Core Event now supports sample-based data (ratified
in TDWG)
Latest Integrated Publishing Toolkit (IPT 2.3) supports
sample-based data as core data type
EU BON IPT repository for sample-based data
• Next steps:
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Monitor and report use of extension in network
Develop visualisations to show temporal and geographic
distribution of sample-based data
Work with existing data publishers to expose extra elements
from relevant datasets
Develop filters to access data for sampling events
Feasibility studies for further visualisations
PRIORITY 1 – DELIVER RELEVANT DATA
Engage expert communities – Deliver relevant data products
PRIORITY 2 – IMPROVE DATA QUALITY
Automated processing – Expert curation – Quality indicators
PRIORITY 3 – FILL DATA GAPS
Comprehensive taxonomy – Target gaps – Expand publisher base
PRIORITY 4 – ENHANCE BIODIVERSITY
INFORMATICS INFRASTRUCTURE
Informatics partnerships – Common standards – Stable infrastructure
PRIORITY 5 – EMPOWER GLOBAL NETWORK
Remove barriers – Increase benefits – Enhance capacity
Thank you