priorstable, in the PEcAn meta-analysis models, and in the Ecosystem models parameterized by the meta-analysis results. Users with access to a BETYdb PostgreSQL database can access data through R packages—in particular
PEcAn.DB, which is designed for use in PEcAn—or through any programming language a scientist is likely to use. When not using PEcAn, I recommend the R package
dplyrunless you prefer constructing joins directly in SQL.
access_levelcolumn, data in rows where the column value is 1 or 2 is not covered by this license, but may be available for use with consent.
checkedcolumn value indicates if data has been checked (1), has not been checked (0), or has been identified as incorrect (-1). Checked data has been independently reviewed. By default, only checked data is provided through the web browser interface and API. As of BETYdb 4.4 (Oct 14 2015), users can opt-in to viewing and downloading unchecked data either by way of a web browser or via the API. Unchecked data may also be loaded into a local PostgreSQL database simply by running the script
LeBauer, David; Dietze, Michael; Kooper, Rob; Long, Steven; Mulrooney, Patrick; Rohde, Gareth Scott; Wang, Dan; (2010): Biofuel Ecophysiological Traits and Yields Database (BETYdb); Energy Biosciences Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. http://dx.doi.org/10.13012/J8H41PB9
https://www.betydb.org/species/938in the address box after the View Species page is displayed. The trailing number in the URL—938—is the id number of the species Panicum virgatum. You can now use this number to search for yields for this species.