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Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL)

Ten major natural history museum libraries, botanical libraries, and research institutions have joined to form the Biodiversity Heritage Library Project. The group is developing a strategy and operational plan to digitize the published literature of biodiversity held in their respective collections. This literature will be available through a global “biodiversity commons.”

BGBM Collection Management Software links

This page lists software which is used in collection management. It is an uncritical listing, the software has not been tested or approved by the subgroup in any way. The selection is based on the following criteria:

 

Digital Taxonomy Software

Digital Taxonomy intends to provide a range of links on software, methodologies, standards, data sources, and projects relatedto biodiversity data management, with emphasis on open source and free softwaretools for biodiversity informatics.

Morphometric Software at Suny Stony Brook

The purpose of this directory is to make available programs useful for morphometric analysis. Contributions of additional software are welcome. Contact us with suggestions for improvements and with additional contributions to the morphmet archive. Click on the categories in the contents window (at the left) to obtain lists of available software. The platform required by each program (e.g., DOS, Windows, Mac, Unix) is indicated in red for each program.

Open Source Geospatial Foundation

The Open Source Geospatial Foundation has been created to support andbuild the highest-quality open source geospatial software. Thefoundation's goal is to encourage the use and collaborative developmentof community-led projects. This website serves as a portal for usersand developers to share their ideas and contribute to projectdevelopment. As the Open Source Geospatial Foundation grows andchanges, so will this website. Please check back often and sign up tothe mailing lists to monitor developments. To get involved, check out the Getting Started page.

R-sig-Geo -- R Special Interest Group on using Geographical data and Mapping

A mailing list for discussing the development and use of R functions and packages for handling and analysis of spatial, and particularly geographical, data. The list also covers mapping and cartographic issues, and interfaces between R and geographical information systems.

The Mycology.Net

The Mycology.Net has been established as a non-commercial scientific data platform for linking mycological and lichenological websites in a structured way.

The Mycology.Net aims to

The Phycology.Net

The Phycology.Net has been established as a non-commercial scientific data platform for linking phycological websites in a structured way. The Phycology.Net aims to

* provide access to online data on the biodiversity of algae, especially their taxonomy, distribution, phylogeny, descriptive characters, collections, literature etc.

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