An Event Model for Herbarium Specimen Data in XML [Poster]

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Poster presented at the 2010 Taxonomic Database Working Group Meeting. This poster discusses the Apiary Project, a collaboration of the Texas Center for Digital Knowledge at the University of North Texas and the Botanical Research Institute of Texas.

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Moen, William E.; Neill, Amanda K.; Best, Jason H.; McCotter, Melody; Xu, Hong & Huang, Jane Q. 2010.

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  • Main Title: An Event Model for Herbarium Specimen Data in XML [Poster]
  • Series Title: Apiary Project

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Poster presented at the 2010 Taxonomic Database Working Group Meeting. This poster discusses the Apiary Project, a collaboration of the Texas Center for Digital Knowledge at the University of North Texas and the Botanical Research Institute of Texas.

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  • Taxonomic Database Working Group (TDWG) Meeting, 2010, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, United States

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An Event Model for Herbarium Specimen Data in XML Poster Abstract (Text)

An Event Model for Herbarium Specimen Data in XML Poster Abstract

This abstract describes a poster about the Apiary Project. The Apiary Project, a collaboration of the Texas Center for Digital Knowledge at the University of North Texas and the Botanical Research Institute of Texas, is building a framework and web-based workflow for the extraction and parsing of herbarium specimen data. The workflow will support the transformation of written or printed specimen data into a high-quality machine-processable XML format. This poster describes an event model that informed the development of the Apiary XML Application Schema

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Moen, William E.; Neill, Amanda K.; Best, Jason H.; McCotter, Melody; Xu, Hong & Huang, Jane Q. An Event Model for Herbarium Specimen Data in XML [Poster], poster, 2010; (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc81369/: accessed May 27, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT College of Information.