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WG 3.2 – Mirrors

Data security and functionality Chair: Juncai Ma Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China Vice-chair: Vincent Robert Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures Utrecht,The Netherlands BOLD is currently maintained and developed at a single location. Mirror sites will strengthen data security and ensure that system upgrades can be accomplished without transient disruption of services. iBOL is […]

WG 3.1 – Core Functionality

Managing the data deluge Chair: Sujeevan Ratnasingham Biodiversity Institute of Ontario,Guelph, Canada iBOL will generate five million barcode records, placing huge demands on the capacity of the BOLD informatics team to assimilate and curate data. Moreover, early barcode studies have focused almost exclusively on animals but protocols are now emerging for plants, protists and fungi. […]


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