An open Web-based system for the analysis and sharing of animal tracking data

@article{Dwyer2014AnOW,
  title={An open Web-based system for the analysis and sharing of animal tracking data},
  author={Ross G. Dwyer and Charles Brooking and Wilfred Brimblecombe and Hamish A. Campbell and Jane Hunter and Matthew E. Watts and Craig E. Franklin},
  journal={Animal Biotelemetry},
  year={2014},
  volume={3},
  pages={1-11}
}
Improvements in telemetry technology are allowing us to monitor animal movements with increasing accuracy, precision and frequency. The increased complexity of the data collections, however, demands additional software and programming skills to process, store and disseminate the datasets. Recent focus on data availability has also heightened the need for sustainable data management solutions to ensure data integrity and provide longer term access. In the last ten years, a number of online… CONTINUE READING

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