Mind the Gap – A Workflow for Maintaining Data Connectivity Across Museum Collections


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Description: Part of SPNHC 2019 | https://osf.io/view/SPNHC2019

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


A museum resembles a living organism, with individual parts (i.e. divisions) working together as a whole. Similarly, a single organism has multiple parts (i.e. tissues, parasites, etc.) that are curated together or independently, creating a wholistic specimen. When separate museum divisions curate these various parts, how do they maintain the data connectivity of the specimen as a whole? When an o...


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