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the project Collection management software

There is a great number of available software to manage data. Below, we are listing some that might be of specific interest to scientific collections.

The ARTEDIAN

Software for managing ichthyological collections developed and used by the Swedish Museum of Natural History.


BioLink

This software was designed to assist those working with taxon- and specimen-based information.


BIOTA

Biodiversity Database Manager: a software that helps with management of specimen-based biodiversity and collections data.


BIOTICA

Sistema de Información Biótica: it was developed to help curators on their work with nomenclatural, geographic, bibliographic and ecological data.


BRAHMS

Botanical Research and Herbarium Management System - developed by the Department of Plant Sciences, University of Oxford.


Mantis

Manager of Taxonomic Information and Specimens: this software is targeted to entomologists and features the ability to store images and sounds.


Specify

This software can manage data from disparate taxonomic groups (plants, mammals, birds, fishes, reptiles, amphibians, insects, and fossiles from vertebrates and plants).




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