for supporting biodiversity data management

There are two objectives of the openbiomaps project: First, to maintain an open and free biological database service, and; Second, to develop biological data handling software applications. The openbiomaps project thus provides a stable background for open and free biological databases, specifically for scientists and conservationists, and its customizable toolset facilitates easy access and management of data.


Main properties

  • Creating and managing custom databases
  • Easy data import from varios formats (xls, gpx, shp, csv ...)
  • Repeatable and citable queries
  • DataCite DOI
  • Exporting data into various formats (csv, gpx)
  • Accessing data from remote databases or desktop applications (e.g R, QGIS)
  • Decentralized community
  • Customizable data management interfaces
  • Customizable data collecting interfaces
  • Freely available software
  • Open or closed data according to individual needs


Frequently asked questions


Resources & Services

Mobile App
Map & Database Servers
Computation servers
OpenSource Web Application

Latest news

On Thursday, 31 March 2022, we will hold the first OBM meeting day, which we plan to repeat regularly every month thereafter! What will this OBMeeting Day be? Well, this is an initiative inspired by the QGIS Open Day, which will be primarily a community meeting and an organised extension of the discussions that took place in the coffee breaks of the previous Biological Databases Workshop meetings. It will be an online meeting place for developers and users to discuss needs, problems and ideas.

Programme plan:
- Report on the latest developments
- An informal discussion on OBM-related topics

This will be in Hungarian only for the time being, but an English version may be organised later if there is demand.

Location: [[ Zoom ]]

online - 2022-03-31 14:00 - 2022-03-31 16:00.
IV. Biological databases and data storage workshop

http://zoology.unideb.hu/meetings/BiolAdat-IV/

The main topic of the meeting will be the scientific evaluation and use of the data
  • What are the options for analyzing occasional data collection?
  • What are the problems with occasional and monitoring data collection?
  • Who has what results?
  • What are the best practices for utilizing analyzes?
  • What would we need to have more analyzable data?
  • Sharing analytics
Ős Dráva Látogatóközpont, Szaporca, Hungary - 2021-09-10 - 2021-09-15.