• Computer Science
  • Published 2004

INOTAXA — INtegrated Open TAXonomic Access and the " Biologia Centrali-Americana "

@inproceedings{Weitzman2004INOTAXAI,
  title={INOTAXA — INtegrated Open TAXonomic Access and the " Biologia Centrali-Americana "},
  author={Anna L. Weitzman and Christopher H. C. Lyal},
  year={2004}
}
Summary The collaborating institutions 1 are creating a model for global access to the data necessary for understanding the world’s biota. INOTAXA (‘INtegrated Open TAXonomic Access’) will be a web workspace in which taxonomic descriptions, identification keys, catalogues, names, specimen data, images and other resources can be accessed simultaneously according to user-defined needs. As it will use a distributed data model, it will allow access to data held in multiple servers globally if… CONTINUE READING

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