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  1. Support article: Spatially valid flag

     What makes a record spatially valid?  What has changed in 2021? Detailed comparison How is the flag used?  Search interface: default ALA General data profile Search interface: customising filters Directly querying the API Downloads What else do we check for? Occurrence records in the ALA can be filtered by using the spatially valid flag. This flag combines a set of tests applied to the record to see how reliable are its spatial data components...

  2. Site Page: Classify – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 31st January 2012 ALOC (short for Allocation) is a highly efficient yet simple classification method from the PATN package (http://www.patn.com.au) designed to classify large volumes of data. Think of ALOC as combining multiple layers of environmental data (e.g. mean annual temperature, slope, and precipitation) into one new layer that captures the essence of all chosen layers...

  3. Site Page: Indigenous language names in the ALA – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 29th October 2019 At the PULiiMA 2019 Indigenous Languages & Technology Conference in Darwin in September, Senior Knowledge holders from the Kamilaroi community, Bernadette Duncan and Rhonda Ashby, together with the ALA’s Nat Raisbeck-Brown, demonstrated how Indigenous language names can be presented in the ALA...

  4. Support article: Finding Pinot Noir – an example of how to use the Atlas

    November 29, 2012 By Lee Belbin I like good wine. Fortunately these days, Australia has a huge number of excellent value wines. After many years enjoying Australia’s wonderful Shiraz, I’ve transitioned through Cabernets to Pinot Noir. However, finding good Pinot Noir is a lot harder than finding good Shiraz. So that brings me to the point of this article...

  5. Site Page: Finding Pinot Noir – an example of how to use the Atlas – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 29th November 2012 I like good wine. Fortunately these days, Australia has a huge number of excellent value wines. After many years enjoying Australia’s wonderful Shiraz, I’ve transitioned through Cabernets to Pinot Noir. However, finding good Pinot Noir is a lot harder than finding good Shiraz. So that brings me to the point of this article. Maybe you want […] By Lee Belbin I like good wine. Fortunately these days, Australia has a huge number of excellent value wines...

  6. Support article: Wind, wind-farms, birds and bats

    Insights and predictions from the Atlas of Living Australia Authors: Eric Woehler and Lee Belbin Dr Eric Woehler Lee Belbin Wind is a significant and growing alternative energy source for Australia and other countries, with areas in southern Australia identified as suitable sites for wind farms...