A Comparison of Interactive Key Software

December 5, 2006 at 10:00 am | Posted in Agenda | 2 Comments

Author: Kehan Harman

While there are two key players in the current interactive key playing field, namely Delta/Intkey and Lucid, there are a myriad of other tools available for users to choose from depending on their needs. While Lucid and Intkey will cover most peoples needs there are a number of factors that need to be taken into account when choosing the right tool for the job.

In this talk I will try to introduce the principals behind interactive keys and the different methods that are available. I will cover Lucid and Delta/Intkey in some depth. I will then cover a number of the other interactive key tools available out there and will finish off with some recent developments and promising tools that are coming available including the IdentifyLife project.

For some additional reading see Mike Dallwitz’s Comparison.

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  1. […] I gave a talk at the first meeting of the Kew Interactive Key Forum (KikForum) which seemed to go down quite well. I also managed to con some other people into giving some talks and all in all the meeting was received well. The most important thing is that we will try to keep doing this on a regular basis (every 2 months or so). Posted in biodiversity informatics. […]

  2. An overview of interactive keys has been provided by Gregor Hagedorn and visitors to the site are welcome to leave comments on that page to get them incorporated.

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