Principles and methods of data cleaning : primary species and species-occurrence data / Arthur D. Chapman.

By: Chapman, Arthur D.
Contributor(s): Global Biodiversity Information Facility.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Copenhagen : Global Biodiversity Information Facility, 2005Edition: Version 1.Description: i, 72 p.Other title: Principles and methods of data cleaning, version 1.0. Report for the Global Biodiversity Information Facility, Copenhagen.Subject(s): MUSEUMS | HERBARIA | SPECIMENS | STORAGE | NEW RECORDS | DATA QUALITY | SPECIES DIVERSITY | USAGEHoldings: Electronic copy Online resources: Click here to access online Summary: This paper was commissioned from Dr. Arthur Chapman in 2004 by the GBIF DIGIT programme to highlight the importance of data quality as it relates to primary species occurrence data. Our understanding of these issues and the tools available for facilitating error checking and cleaning is rapidly evolving. As a result we see this paper as an interim discussion of the topics as they stood in 2004. Therefore, we expect there will be future versions of this document and would appreciate the data provider and user communities' input.
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This paper was commissioned from Dr. Arthur Chapman in 2004 by the GBIF DIGIT programme to highlight the importance of data quality as it relates to primary species occurrence data. Our understanding of these issues and the tools available for facilitating error checking and cleaning is rapidly evolving. As a result we see this paper as an interim discussion of the topics as they stood in 2004. Therefore, we expect there will be future versions of this document and would appreciate the data provider and user communities' input.

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