Archivos de Diario para octubre 2020

15 de octubre de 2020

An Overview of Computer Vision in iNaturalist

iNaturalist is a social network of people who record and share observations of biodiversity. For several years, iNaturalist has been employing computer vision models trained on iNaturalist data to provide automated species identification assistance to iNaturalist participants. This presentation offers an overview of how we are using this technology, the data and tools we used to create it, challenges we have faced in its development, and ways we might apply it in the future.

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https://zenodo.org/record/4074689/files/BISS_article_59133.pdf?download=1

https://zenodo.org/record/4074689#.X4gCYtAzZaQ

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27 de octubre de 2020

Place check lists behave very much like original life lists in that they include auto-listing functionality from research grade observations made within the place

Default Place Check Lists

When you create a place, you have the option to mark “check lists allowed”. Doing so will create a default check list for the place. Place check lists behave very much like original life lists in that they include auto-listing functionality from research grade observations made within the place. Likewise, people can manually create and destroy listed taxa independent of the observations made in the place. The observation stats are filled by observations made within the place.

Listed taxa on place check lists also store “establishment means” (e.g. native/introduced) for species in that place which is used throughout the site. Likewise, the listed taxa on standard place default checklists also determine the "presence places" in an atlas. The existence of an atlas for a species disables auto-listing functionality for that species on default checklists.

Other Place Check lists

In addition to the default place check list, places can have other check lists. They can be restricted to a higher-level taxon and they can be marked as “comprehensive” from the list edit page to indicate that all species in that higher-level taxon for the place are included in the list. Like the default place checklist, they also have auto-listing functionality.

https://www.inaturalist.org/blog/43337-upcoming-changes-to-lists

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