Citizen Science in your Pocket - Addy Pope

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Presentation given by Addy Pope, EDINA, as part of the EDINA Digimap Geoforum 2014 on Thursday 19th June 2014 at the Informatics Forum, University of Edinburgh

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Citizen Science in your Pocket - Addy Pope

  1. 1. Fieldtrip GB High quality background maps offering rich data in both urban and rural environments Cache maps to allow off- network usage Design your own data capture Manage your data through the Authoring tool Export data to csv/KML/GeoJSON Great Maps ManageCustomiseOffline iPhone/iPad and Android Compatible Free in iStore and PlayStore http://fieldtripgb.blogs.edina.ac.uk/
  2. 2. Citizen Science http://fieldtripgb.blogs.edina.ac.uk/ •Get a new Dropbox account to share with your team •Download Fieldtrip GB to your devices1.Before you start •Log into the Authoring Tool •Create a custom form and save it2. Design your form •Get the team to log into the Dropbox account •Use Sync to get the form on their devices3. Share the form •Collect data using the form •Manually correct remote points or in urban canyons4. In the field •Connect to WiFi •Get the team Sync to upload the data5. Back indoors •Log into Authoring Tool •Filter by form name and edit points if needed6. Manage your data •Export to a KML file, GeoJSON, CSV or WMS •Map the points in Google Earth, OpenLayers or a GIS7. View the results
  3. 3. What’s coming? • Fieldtrip Open – Based on WGS84 and OSM data – Use it beyond GB • Overlays – Upload geotiff/geojpg to have access to satellite images, historic maps, geology maps, landcover • Better integration with Digimap • Additional cloud service integration • GitHUB – it’s already there as an open source project http://fieldtripgb.blogs.edina.ac.uk/

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