Derived datasets are here - GBIF Data Blog

You’ve finished an analysis using GBIF-mediated data, you’re writing up your manuscript and checking all the references, but you’re unsure of how to cite GBIF. If you Google it, you’ll probably end up on our citation guideslines page and quickly realize that GBIF is all about DOIs. Datasets have their own DOIs and downloads of aggregated data also have their own DOIs.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://data-blog.gbif.org/post/derived-datasets/

Datasets in R can easily be summarized using tidyverse, e.g.

> my_dataset %>% count (DatasetKey)

I wonder if this kind of datasets are also harvested and made searchable through gbif portal and api, like those datasets published trough IPT.
If so, could you post an example link to one of them?

Also, is it possible to somehow modify a derived dataset after publication? (i.e., updating zenodo version to add new records, for example)