The Global Biodiversity Information Facility Integrated Publishing Toolkit (GBIF IPT) is an open source, Java-based web application that connects and serves three types of biodiversity data: taxon primary occurrence data, taxon checklists and general resource metadata. The data registered in a GBIF IPT instance is connected to the GBIF distributed network and made available for public consultation and use.
The IPT tool can be used in two forms:
2) An instance of the IPT tool can be deployed locally as a service, requiring a bit of technical expertise ( a war file deploys as a service, requires a servlet container such as Tomcat) and a series of other requirements.
- Réveillon, A. 2009. The GBIF Integrated Publishing Toolkit User Manual, version 1.0. Copenhagen: Global Biodiversity Information Facility. 37 pp.
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