33. . Geotags ArcGis CSV StoryMaps


ESRI StoryMaps
ESRI story map gallery so you can see examples of what i’m thinking about in my head: https://storymaps.arcgis.com/en/gallery/#s=0

Vermont's Class I Wetlands: An Interactive Journey

Google Maps will just allow CSV import, for example https://www.google.com/earth/outreach/learn/visualize-your-data-on-a-custom-map-using-google-my-maps/ "

could take the photo URLs from the CSV and modify them a bit to create a list of photos to download. then if you’re in Windows, you could probably do something described here (https://stackoverflow.com/questions/42878196/download-images-from-list-of-urls 1), using wget to pull photos into a folder on your machine. in Mac/Unix, it’s a little more complicated (see https://stackoverflow.com/questions/29551419/download-list-of-images-from-urls). one issue is that the photos that you download, i believe, will be stripped of the original photo metadata, if that’s important to you.
pload just photo + timestamp + taxon, i think i read somewhere that this can be done in the existing system by making sure each photo has a metadata tag with taxon name. then when you load the photos, iNaturalist should pick up that tag and pre-populate the taxon in the observation

Distributin maps ep, just grab the lat/lons rendered here https://www.inaturalist.org/trips/tabulate?filters[taxon_id]=36204 2 or in JSON format https://www.inaturalist.org/trips/tabulate.json?filters[taxon_id]=36204 1 and plug them into your favorite mapping software


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ou can do this with URL parameters. There is no point-and-click interface for this that I know of.

Here are all observations that you have ID’d as European swallow-wort:
https://www.inaturalist.org/identifications?taxon_id=632667&user_id=plantarum 6

For this to work, you need the taxon_id of whatever taxon you’re looking for. If you look at the taxon page for v. rossicum, https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/632667-Vincetoxicum-rossicum, you find its taxon_ID in the URL. It’s 632667.

Generally, there’s a topic here on the forums that goes into more depth of how to use the URL parameters than I could explain: https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/how-to-use-inaturalists-search-urls-wiki/63/92 3

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Another option is ident_user_id, e.g. blueberry observations you’ve added an ID to:

Anotado por ahospers ahospers, mayo 11, sábado 11:23


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