[API-users] explanation for unlikely interpretations?

Markus Döring mdoering at gbif.org
Tue Sep 9 11:04:42 CEST 2014

Hi Ken-ichi,
this indeed is a bug in our code and I have created an issue with explanations for it here:

Hope to get his fixed soon. 
Thanks for reporting!


On 08 Sep 2014, at 19:29, Ken-ichi <kenichi.ueda at gmail.com> wrote:

> When viewing many (most?) of the iNat records on GBIF, I see a yellow
> box at the top of the page listing some "Interpretation Issues." Some
> of them I understand, like derived country, since iNat doesn't report
> the country, just the coordinates, but the following are more opaque:
> * Recorded date unlikely
> * Modified date unlikely
> * Identified date unlikely
> Here's an example: http://www.gbif.org/occurrence/923925309. As far as
> I know, all three dates are accurate for that record. Why does GBIF
> think they're "unlikely"?
> I suppose this is only tangentially related to the API, so if I should
> be directing this elsewhere please let me know.
> -ken-ichi
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