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Software & services for georeferencing of natural history collections data. automated georeferencing. verification & correction. multi-lingual. kml export. interoperability. soap & rest api. batch processing. training. geographic visualization. uncertainty determination. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Software & services for georeferencing of natural history collections data

automated georeferencingverification & correctionbatch processinggeographic visualizationuncertainty determinationcollaborative georeferencinginteroperabilitymulti-lingualkml exportgoogle, bing, openstreet, wmssoap & rest api

training

What is Georeferencing

pushepatapa creek, trib. to pearl river, 7.8 miles north of bogalusa at hwy 21; Washington; LA; USAlatitude: 30.88797longitude: -89.83601 uncertainty radius: 48muncertainty polygon: 30.88823,-89.83641, 30.88815,-89.83634, 30.88808,-89.83622

Typical Workflowpushepatapa creek, trib. to pearl river, 7.8 miles north of bogalusa at hwy 21; Washington; LA; USAAutomated GeoreferencingVerification/adjustment of output coordinates & uncertaintiesDataPreparationAutomatedProcessingHumanParticipationlatitude: 30.88797longitude: -89.83601 uncertainty radius: 48m

uncertainty polygon: 30.88823,-89.83641, 30.88815,-89.83634, 30.88808,-89.83622

Eagle Lake,Warren County,Mississippi, USA

Representation of UncertaintyUncertainty within GEOLocatePolygons represented as a comma delimited array of vertices using latitude and longitudePoint radius and polygonal uncertaintiesSupports auto-detection and generation of polygons (web app only, in development for desktop app)

Point radius represented as a distance in meters fromgeoreferenced point 5

Choices: Web vs. Desktop?

Web Client Walkthrough

Homochitto National Forest; MS; USA

Homochitto National Forest; MS; USA

Homochitto National Forest; MS; USAAlong Highway 84

Batch Georeferencing

Collaborative Georeferencing: Sharing Data14

Collaborative Georeferencing: Distributed Workloads15A Framework for Collaborative Georeferencing

DiGIR ServiceRecord ProcessorCoGe Client Application (Desktop or Web)Cache Update Web ServiceCoGe Web Portal ApplicationData StoreGeoreferencing Web ServiceData Retrieval Web ServiceInsert Correction Web ServiceRemote Data SourceCSV Upload

Collaborative Georeferencing Management Portal

Georeferencing Communities

Data Sources

CreateCommunitiesAdd New Users & Link Out

Georeferencing Communities

Data Sources

Assign all records from Kenya toexperts on East African regions User Management:Task Assignment20

Monitoring & Managing Progress

Data Repatriation

Collaborative Web ClientOptional HyperlinkEmbeddable Web ClientInteroperabilityGeoreferencing Web ServicesSOAP & HTTP Get/Post

Georeferencing Services:GEOLocate v2http://www.museum.tulane.edu/webservices/geolocatesvcv2/geolocatesvc.asmxHTTP/1.1 200 OKContent-Type: text/xml; charset=utf-8Content-Length: length

string int double double double string string int string string string double double string . . .

georef2()Version 2 Get Response

Application Service:Embeddable Client

Lightweight web based client, specifically designed for embedding into other web applications.

Requires JavaScript postMessage compatible with all modern browsers.

Internet Explorer 8.0+Firefox 3.0+Safari 4.0+Google Chrome 1.0+Opera 9.5+

Arctos

Excel

http://www.museum.tulane.edu/geolocate/web/WebGeoref.aspx?v=1&Country=USA&State=LA&County=Washington&Locality=Bogalusa&georef=runFuture Work: Broad Crowdsourcing

Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park, near Gainesville. Alachua; FL; USAClustering based upon spatial variance, uncertainties & user skill level.

Paleontology Data: Gazetteers Needed?

Paleontology Data: Base Layers Needed?