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The BiSciCol Triplifier: bringing biodiversity data to the Semantic Web

Brian J Stucky, John Deck, Tom Conlin, Lukasz Ziemba, Nico Cellinese, Robert Guralnick
2014 BMC Bioinformatics  
Such slow uptake has been due, in part, to the relative complexity of Semantic Web technologies along with a lack of domain-specific software tools to help non-experts publish their data to the Semantic  ...  Semantic Web technologies have been widely recognized by biodiversity scientists for their potential to help solve this problem, yet these technologies have so far seen little use for biodiversity data  ...  We are very grateful to the National Science Foundation for its support (DBI-0956371, DBI-0956350, and DBI-0956426).  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2105-15-257 pmid:25073721 pmcid:PMC4124153 fatcat:kcf4mbjomvcabgcl4qjjyp5wz4

Collaborative Research: Frameworks: Internet of Samples: Toward an Interdisciplinary Cyberinfrastructure for Material Samples

Kerstin Lehnert, Sarah Ramdeen, Ramona Walls, Sarah Whitcher Kansa, Eric Kansa, Neil Davies, Christopher Meyer, Rebecca Synder, David Vieglais
2019 Zenodo  
samples; metadata about them; and linking them to other samples, derived data, and research results published in the literature. iSamples builds on previous initiatives to achieve these goals by providing  ...  with data and publications.  ...  Products: BiSciCol has produced various data products, such as the BiSciCol Triplifier application ) and the Biological Collections Ontology (Walls et al. 2014) . )  ) System for Earth Sample Registration  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4480196 fatcat:4rpglyf7nfa77oxwq5bqkw3bwy