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  • This step of the ARMS IJI workflow does the following: - Input: the OTU tables from the previous step (running the omics pipeline), containing taxa (usually genus or species names) obtained from the databases used by the pipeline; - Check: using the WoRMS taxon match webservice to check for the WoRMS match to those taxa; - Output: the WoRMS match (yes or not) and, if matched, the scientific name and aphiaID. It represents the Step 7 of the ARMS Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative.

  • pyhydrophone is an open-source Python package that has been developed to ease the import of underwater sound data recorded with a hydrophone to python, so postprocessing and AI can be easily performed on the data afterwards. Different recorders can be added with their different way of reading metadata, so the users do not have to worry about the format but just about the outcome.

  • The objective of this service is to enable the interaction of LifeBlock Testnet with a proprietary IPFS network through the use of smart contracts. This functionality allows the storage of the information identification hash in IPFS in LifeBlock Testnet. Technical data for this service: - URL: http://135.125.10.249:5000/ - Contract address: 0x42699a7612a82f1d9c36148af9c77354759b210b

  • This service aims to be a citizen science portal where users can contribute with both documents and historical images of Sierra Nevada and its surroundings.

  • Following the FAIR principles and best practices, the LifeWatch ERIC Training Catalogue hosts the metadata of relevant learning resources so that these can be shared, searched, discovered, accessed and reused. The LifeWatch ERIC training catalogue’s accurate and descriptive metadata allow all users to find the most appropriate and well-suited educational resources for their needs. Metadata are based on a subset of the IEEE Standard for Learning Object Metadata (IEEE 2002). The detail page of each single metadata record includes all the descriptive information and, on the right side of the page, a button “Start the course” that allows to access the resource and hence to start the training.

  • This service aims to make available all the climatic data available on Sierra Nevada for any user interested in downloading them. It has a web form through which the user can select the different stations and variables measured in them and download data from a given date range.

  • Access to a search engine for raw data collected by automatic monitoring stations according to the ICTS monitoring program.

  • The LifeWatch and EMODnet Biology QC Tool allows you to assess to what extend a dataset published on an IPT or a DwC-A file meets the EMODnet Biology Data Quality Criteria. This tool is based on the EMODnetBioCheck R package (https://github.com/EMODnet/EMODnetBiocheck) that was created using the obistools package (https://github.com/iobis/obistools) and it is available from the LifeWatch services at http://rshiny.lifewatch.be/BioCheck/. The Biocheck tool performs a detailed Quality Control on OBIS-env datasets and occurrence core dataset. It provides a way for a visual exploration of the dataset and highlights potential issues.

  • The Azorean Biodiversity Portal provides access to biodiversity occurrence data published for Azores by all scientific literature, non-published reports and citizen science. This portal implemented by the University of Azores, under the scope of PORBIOTA-LifeWatch.Pt, corresponds to the implementation of the Azores/Portuguese platform of the Atlas of Living Australia. The platform is currently supported by the community Living Atlases, a community of GBIF Nodes and other partners. The implementation of the platform seeks to answer to access needs for biodiversity data, with access and data analysis adjusted to Azores, and its geographic, administrative, biogeographic and ecological context. Moreover, it provides tools for data analysis with greater details and capacity for details.

  • The LifeWatch ERIC Training Platform offers courses and tutorials for the whole LifeWatch ERIC community seeking to make better use of the infrastructure resources, tools and services. It is based on Moodle and allows to easily access training resources by means of categories.