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Day 1, Room 2: Digital Data Conference - Shared screen with speaker view
Brad Ruhfel
41:02
Trying to with sessions but the wiki isn’t available. It gives an error
Brad Ruhfel
41:13
Switch sessions...
Brad Ruhfel
41:26
“Permission denied:
Adania Flemming (she her hers)
41:29
With session are you trying to go into
David Bloom
41:33
Q&A is set so that only the host and panelists can see the questions and their responses. Any way to change that so the rest of us can see them?
Brad Ruhfel
42:07
back up now!
Adania Flemming (she her hers)
42:17
Great question David Bloom, we will look into this.
Joe Miller - GBIF
43:03
@adania Not yet, that is important work to do
Alnycea Blackwell
43:32
Are you able to see the questions now?
Claude Nozeres
43:33
Could GBIF clustering be used to predict species occurrences through duplicates? Same location, same collector, etc but different names (different identifications, or updated taxonomies for some)?
Gil Nelson
43:52
Brad Ruhfel 11:13 AMCan this be used on a large automated scale, i.e. for large collections as a tool to improve their data and reduce transcription/geref work?Sarah Davidson 11:14 AMGreat to see you are working on this. Are you working on a way to merge/update/filter records so a user could limit data to a single copy of duplicated information?Jorrit Poelen 11:16 AMThanks for your presentation Joe - very exciting work on linking related records! Where can I find more about the nuts and bots of the clustering algorithm? Can I run the algorithm independently outside the GBIF infrastructure?
Gil Nelson
44:09
Q&A ques above
David Bloom
44:41
I can see I have access to them, but I can’t see previous questions. Thanks for the cut/paste! I’m sure as new questions come in I’ll see those. Thanks you.
Adania Flemming (she her hers)
47:28
There are currently four unanswered questions to Joe in the Q&A. Ive asked Joe to answer them live in the Q&A so all attendees can see the responses.
Adania Flemming (she her hers)
48:15
Bryan, you are at the 8 minute mark- 2 minutes left on your talk.
Adania Flemming (she her hers)
49:58
Bryan, you are at 10 minutes. You are now entering your Q & A time.
Adania Flemming (she her hers)
52:50
Bryan, 2 minutes left on your entire 15 minute session
David Bloom
54:17
It’s working. Thank you.
Kimberly Cook
54:56
Taxon concept mapping could maybe help with that kind of work :D