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Converting Published Data to Descriptors (permission / citation). Clare Coyne and Dave Stout USDA Agricultural Research Service Western Regional Plant Introduction Station, Pullman WA. Why?. CGC Evaluation projects need to go in GRIN Condition of receiving those funds!
Converting Published Data to Descriptors(permission / citation) Clare Coyne and Dave Stout USDA Agricultural Research Service Western Regional Plant Introduction Station, Pullman WA
Why? • CGC Evaluation projects need to go in GRIN • Condition of receiving those funds! • Improves the usefulness of the accessions • Increases the potential the germplasm will be used • Can be challenging • Always FUN! • Give credit where credit is due • You work hard, let your chain-of-command know!
Guides for decision on research to include: • http://www.bioversityinternational.org/index.php?id=19&user_bioversitypublications_pi1[showUid]=2643 • Peer-reviewed journal? Thesis? Breeder data? • Design and analysis of evaluation trials of genetic resources collections A guide for genebank managers • IPGRI Technical Bulletin No. 4
Guides for decision on research to include: • Traceable to your accession: • Example: Dave sometimes refuses my request if the published genotype can not be tracked back to a specific accession (PI, W6, or NSL) in NPGS • Exception: Published or expired PVP cultivars (Crop Science, JASHS, J. of Plant Registrations • Quality issues: • data traceable to specific environment • Reasonable experimental design
Guides for decision on research to include: • Permissions • Notify co-authors for own publications • Email corresponding author of publication • Technically, its published.. • With author permissions • Frequently will send Excel file of all the data • Complete data set on GRIN • More useful, example meta analyses
Views from public GRIN • Passport data • Observation data • Examples
Funded evaluations Cultivar registrations Peer-review literature Example: Pea
Costs (remarkably affordable) • From peer-reviewed literature (search time) • Time to email author(s) and ask permission • Time to enter into GRIN
GRIN Fields for CITATIONS: • ACIT (accessions citation) table are: • CITNO • ACID • ABBR • CITTITLE • AUTHOR • CITYR • CITREF • USERID • CREATED • MODIFIED
GRIN: Dave Stout will explain • The fields in the ACIT (accessions citation) table are: • CITNO = computer number for the citation table. It is self generated when one adds records • ACID = computer number for the accessions table. This is a link to the accession table or any other table with a ACID field ABBR = Reference abbreviation. Coded field and any new ABBR is added by John Wiersema (at least that is who I go through) CITTITLE = Citation title AUTHOR = Citation author • CITYR = Citation year • CITREF = Citation reference • CMT = Citation comment. This is where I put any HTML commands to link to a URL or a file or what ever • USERID = Computer generated for the userid who entered the date or last modified the data • CREATED = Computer generated of the date entered • MODIFIED = Computer generated of the date the record was modified
Discussion, questions, contemplation Cool Season Food Legume Project Clare Coyne, Landon Charlo and 2009 Summer Crew Thank you for your attention!