Quiz yourself on the concepts learned in this section.
  1. What does data publishing mean in the context of GBIF?

    • Exporting a csv file of your cleaned data that you can share with your colleagues

    • Writing an article describing your data, and the protocol(s) you used to collect, capture and clean them

    • Making your biodiversity dataset(s) publicly accessible and discoverable in a standardized format

  2. What is an IPT?

    • a tool that helps you manage & correct your data

    • a tool that helps you publish your data to GBIF

    • a tool that helps you produce a Data paper

  3. Which Creative Commons licences and waivers are recommended by GBIF for data publication?

    • CC-BY, CC-BY-SA and CC-BY-ND

    • CC0, CC-BY and CC-BY-NC

    • CC0, CC-BY and CC-BY-SA

  4. What are the three Cores from which you can choose for an IPT resource?

    • Metadata Core, Occurrence Core, Multimedia Core

    • Taxon Core, Collection Core, MeasurementOrFact Core

    • Occurrence Core, Taxon Core, Event Core

  5. How many Extensions files can a dataset have?

    • zero

    • one

    • as many as needed