Metadata for Models Generated by OpenModeller

Agnei Silva, Cleverton Ferreira Borba, Pedro Luiz Pizzigatti Correa

Abstract


This poster proposes the use of a Dublin Core metadata standard to present and make available the models generated by the species distribution modeling tool openModeller, in order to facilitate interoperability of the data generated by tool itself or other modeling tools. One of the problems of the other current tools of species distribution modeling is that they generate models with their bespoke standards that mean the models cannot be used in other tools. Among the existing tools for species distribution modeling, openModeller stands out with some advantages over other species distribution modeling tools because it allows different formats for data input of occurrence of species, environmental data and parameters for the algorithms thus supporting users and users group in reach your goals without needing to know different platforms and modeling tools.

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