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Kubernetes configs and associated utilities for managing PoWOP infrastructure
Image with authenticated kubectl and helm for use in deploying and CI/CD
Plants of the World Online Portal
Modern web interface for IPNI
Python library for accessing Kew's data services
[PUBLIC] Common usage scripts and documentation for bioinformatics analyses and workflows at RBG Kew
A jazzy skin for the Django Admin-Interface (official repository).
Django Ping is utility that provides a lightweight endpoint for availability and uptime monitoring services. It also provides hooks for testing stack components and reporting them via JSON.
sidecar container which periodically takes a mysqldump and pushes it to google cloud storage
A jQuery tag/token input plugin for Twitter's Bootstrap, by the guys from Sliptree
typeahead.js is a fast and fully-featured autocomplete library
A framework to allow the matching of string entities using customised sets of transformations and matchers, plus a tool to produce the necessary configurations and another to expose them as OpenRefine reconciliation services.
Biodiversity Informatics and Spatial Analysis
Demo docker project for use in docker presentation
Logic-less and semantic Mustache templates with Java
Scripts associated with data generation for SOTWP Ch.3 ('Understanding plant evolutionary relationships')
eMonocot is a global online biodiversity information resource http://e-monocot.org/
Maven plugin that waits until a connection is available. In the case of an http connection, waits for a 200 response
A collection of Java string transformers, suitable for use with OpenRefine. Some generic, some aimed at botany and taxonomy.
Red list assessment tool
OpenRefine is a free, open source power tool for working with messy data and improving it
OpenRefine extension for extending botanical data using Kew MQL web services
Hack The IUCN Red List hackathon
RBG Kew work from the Pro-iBiosphere Hackathon in Leiden, March 2014.
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