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INBOVEG is both a software package for importing and managing vegetation surveys, and the 'Flemish database of vegetation plots’. This database is included in the international "Global Index of Vegetation-plot databases" (GIVID). Since 2015, INBOVEG is also part of the "European Vegetation Archive" (EVA).
After registration anyone can enter and manage his own data as well as export open data. A comprehensive manual (for the time being only in Dutch) is available. The web application itself can be found here. You can try out INBOVEG without registering as guest.
With INBOVEG, INBO aims to collect and centrally store as many vegetation data as possible. These are now often scattered among different databases and applications. This allows more users to access these data through a web application that allows both input and consultation.
Classic vegetation recordings can be entered individually or grouped via a gradient or time series. Recordings can also be collected according to the BIOHAB methodology or data on the local conservation status (LSVI). For this reason special recording types are provided in INBOVEG. Additionally, the application can be used in the field (if sufficiently network coverage).
Since 2015 a system has been integrated to make data (temporarily) inaccessible. The owner of these data can restrict access to third parties. Third parties can only use non-open data by permission of the owner.
INBOVEG has various account types. Depending on the target a specific account is assigned. More information can be found below: