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The IPT outputs a Dw C-A during publishing and supports automatic registration in the GBIF network. Assumption: The occurrence data, simple taxonomic data, or sampling-event data to be published are not yet captured in digital format OR a simple solution for creating a metadata document to describe a dataset is desired.
The guide How to publish biodiversity data through provides a simple set of instructions how to do so.
The publisher does not wish to host an IPT instance but does have access to a web server.
Dw C-As can be created without installing any dedicated software.
See instructions to authors for ‘Data Paper’ submission to these journals.
An entry for the resource must be made in the GBIF Registry that enables the resource to be discoverable and accessible.
This identifier is referred to as the “core ID” in Dw C-As and the specific Darwin Core term that it corresponds to is dependent on the data type being published.