1. BioStor

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    Overview of BioStor for bibref meeting at Leiden

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    • Using Google Maps to find papers in BioStor

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      When the map is panned or zoomed a list of papers that mention localities within the area shown on the map (the "bounding box") is displayed.

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      • Mashup

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        Simple mashup using four sources (GBIF, Dbpedia, BioStor, TreeBASE)

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        • Using Web Hooks and OpenURL

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          Using Web Hooks and OpenURL to update information in one database (Australian Faunal Directory on CouchDB) via an OpenURL resolver hosted on a different web site (BioStor).

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          • Browsing a digital library using a map

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            Simple demo of using Google Maps to browse a collection of articles. As the user pans across the map, or zooms in or out, the website displays a list of those references with localities within the bounds of the map.

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            • Cooliris view of BioStor

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              View of a reference in BioStor using the Cooliris web browser plug-in

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