Data from: The new bioinformatics: integrating ecological data from the gene to the biosphere

Matthew B. Jones, Mark P. Schildahuer, O. J. Reichman, Shawn Bowers, Mark P. Schildhauer & O.J. Reichman
Bioinformatics, the application of computational tools to the management and analysis of biological data, has stimulated rapid research advances in genomics through the development of data archives such as GenBank, and similar progress is just beginning within ecology. One reason for the belated adoption of informatics approaches in ecology is the breadth of ecologically pertinent data (from genes to the biosphere) and its highly heterogeneous nature. The variety of formats, logical structures, and sampling methods...
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