Add-my-pet curator workshop III
13-20 August 2018, in Voorschoten (the Netherlands)
- Starrlight Augustine
- Sebastiaan A.L.M. Kooijman
- Konstadia Lika
- Nina Marn
- Mike Kearney
- Elke Zimmer
Objectives and conclusions
The AmP collection is an important source of energetical and ecological (referenced) data, and implied properties for over 1200 species. We aim to maximize its visibility, usability, and compatibility with other approaches. On this workshop we have discussed the collection, possible extensions and applications, and the supporting code (DEBtool_M and AmPtool). We have briefly discussed the oncoming and potential workshops and symposia, as well as funding possibilities.
The main conclusions are:
- Technical aspects of the collection:
- We are working on assigning a doi to (zipfiles of) each entry, have improved how an entry is cited, and added the free licence (CC-BY) information in the disclaimer.
- Creating and curating and entry; using the code :
- The AmP Wiki estimation manual has received a makeover
results_output options: -1 : no figures produced, useful for continuations. 3: an html with implied properties and search options (for a name, symbol and similar) is produced
- We revisited and refined the process of entry curation, streamlining the workflow and making the curator functions modular and easier to use. This should minimize the time lapsed between the entry submission and upload to the web. Curation guidelines are published in AmPtool.
- New templates for std, abj and stx typified models are in zip folders in <DEBtool_M\lib\pet>. Notation of the code is improved and now
ome is used instead of
tau instead of
- Code for calculating confidence intervals of parameters in DEBtool_M is under development.
- AmP in context
- We have worked on linking DEBtool_M routines with R and NichMapR. Code for reconstructing experimental temperature from environmental temperatures (in R) is described here. Mike has also shown us how to import AmP parameters into R, see here.
- Aplications menu has been created in the AmP website: Population dynamics, Physical Biology, Ecotoxicity.
- Mike and his student Raph presented their work on the DEB plant model.
We thank Truus and Bas for their hospitality!
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