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03-Nov-2016 10:43

By Ken Withee Column validation options allow you to define additional limits and constraints for your data.

For example, you may want to ensure that a value in one Date column occurs after another Date column.

(So for example, column validation can ensure that the date in the Date Finished column can’t be earlier than the date in the Date Started column — you can’t finish a project before it’s begun!

) To use column validation on your app: You can add column validation to columns created at the app or site level.

We need to develop better tools to aid taxonomists, field biologists, and environmental educators.

It is imperative that we increase our rate of conducting biological inventories, especially within the tropics, as well as steering youth toward becoming our future scientists.

Writing the software, compiling the data, and curating the data relationships are each capable of overwhelming a project.

The complexity of each of these tasks has shown that collaborative efforts are needed to build quality virtual flora or fauna of any significant taxonomic and geographic scope.

The central premise of this open source software project is that through a partnership between software engines and the scientific community, higher quality and more publicly useful biodiversity portals can be built.

Symbiota web tools strive to integrate biological community knowledge and data in order to synthesize a network of databases and tools that will aid in increasing our overall environmental comprehension.

The Symbiota Software Project is working toward building a library of webtools to aid biologists in establishing specimen-based virtual floras and faunas.

Writing the software, compiling the data, and curating the data relationships are each capable of overwhelming a project.

The complexity of each of these tasks has shown that collaborative efforts are needed to build quality virtual flora or fauna of any significant taxonomic and geographic scope.

The central premise of this open source software project is that through a partnership between software engines and the scientific community, higher quality and more publicly useful biodiversity portals can be built.

Symbiota web tools strive to integrate biological community knowledge and data in order to synthesize a network of databases and tools that will aid in increasing our overall environmental comprehension.

The Symbiota Software Project is working toward building a library of webtools to aid biologists in establishing specimen-based virtual floras and faunas.

Usually, you can fix these types of errors — if you catch them.