Data format of the National Biodiversity Network
Have you had trouble opening the nbn file on your computer? What are nbn files? We explain what they are and recommend software that we know will open them.
Special data files with a nbn extension can be located in the National Biodiversity Network.
The National Biodiversity Network (NBN) file format is a specific data format used by the NBN in the United Kingdom.
The NBN file format is designed to be easily readable by both humans and machines, making it easy to analyze and use the data. It is typically used by researchers, conservationists, and policy makers who need accurate and up-to-date information about the UK's biodiversity.
A tools for management of NBN data
Simply put, file extensions are the characters after the dot in the computer file name, so for example document-name.pdf has file extension „pdf“. This helps Windows to identify which program should be used to open the file.
Our database contains a huge list of different file extensions, usually with detailed description and programs that can be used to open or otherwise work with that particular file type.
Every software listed in our database is verified and ve provide link to the developer or to the software own website, which should hopefuly be enough for you to download the most recent version of the program.