Kun je de iNaturalist App goed gebruiken om buitenshuis organismen op naam te brengen (38)

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00219266.2020.1739114?

In deze publicatie is een opkomende smartphone app van de website iNaturalist bekeken tijdens de opleiding van eerste jaars studenten biologie om de taxonomie van aquatische ecosystemen(Meren en beken) en Vaste grond ecosystemen (bomen en bladafval ecologie, bodemkunde). De oefeningen betroffen het op naam brengen van organismes met de gewone standard veldgidsen en de standaard wetenschappelijk sleutels en dit werd vergeleken met de bepaling van de taxonomie mbv iNaturalist app adhv de fotos die de studenten in het veld gemaakt hadden.

Ook achteraf werden er onderzoeken gedaan aan de populariteit van deze iNat app., of ze deze app in de toekomst wilden gaan gebruiken en moesten ze aangeven hoe goed deze app een organisme op naam kon brengen. vergeleken met de ouderwetse veldgidsen en wetenschappelijke dichotome sleutels. Het bleek dat de iNaturalist app goed werkte voor organismen die in de vastegrond stonden als de fotos die de studenten gemaakt hadden van goede kwaliteit was. Als je alleen goede of uitstekende fotos gebruikte was 92% tot 97% van de uitkomsten van iNaturalist correct.
Samengevat gaf de iNaturalist app een grotere taxonomisch antwoord met goede wetenschappelijke en Nederlandse, locale namen met daarbij ook waardevolle achtergrondinformatie waardoor de belangstelling van de studenten gewekt werd.

scroll=top&needAccess=true&journalCode=rjbe20 We evaluated an emerging smartphone application, iNaturalist, to increase taxonomic identification and engage first-year undergraduate biology majors in outdoor laboratories of aquatic ecosystems (stream and lake ecology) and terrestrial ecosystems (tree and leaf litter ecology). Labs involved identifying organisms using both standard field guides and keys, and comparing taxonomic identifications using the iNaturalist smartphone application derived from student images of organisms. Students were given post-laboratory surveys which assessed their preference for this increasingly popular smartphone application, whether they were more likely to use the application in the future and rate its ability and ease of use to properly identify organisms compared to traditional keys/field guides. This iNaturalist application worked most consistently for students with terrestrial organisms, when images were of sufficient quality. However, when only medium-high to high-quality photos were used, iNaturalist identifications ranged from 92.3% to 97.3% proper biological taxonomic classifications to standard organismal levels for an introductory biology course. Overall, iNaturalist provided greater taxonomic resolution with proper scientific and common names and additional natural history information for many organisms, piquing student interest. Incorporating this smartphone technology may increase identification of local biodiversity and student engagement in the biological sciences.

KEYWORDS: iNaturalist, smartphone application, species identification, science learning, taxonomy

Kun je de iNaturalist App goed gebruiken om buitenshuis organismen op naam te brengen (38)

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00219266.2020.1739114

We thank Wingate University Biology Department for supplying materials used in field identification and members of the Wingate Research and Review board for approval of project. We also thank several undergraduate laboratory assistants with their help in development of this laboratory, including Diana Chap, Javier Escobar, Emily Barbee, Christy Thompson, Spencer Campbell and Allison Santana.

iNaturalist is a not-for-profit initiative making a global impact on biodiversity by connecting people to nature with technology. We know some of you have seen these fundraising messages because they have been closed more than 10,355 times since we started asking in earnest last week. Thank you to the 0.2% of the community who are donors!
If you've been waiting for the right moment to chip in, here's what your gift can do:
-$13 stores 10,000 observation photos for a year
-$28 sends one day's worth of email updates
-$112 stores 1 million observation photos for 1 month
-$333 keeps iNat servers running for 24 hours

Literatuur, Referenties

view-source:https://www.anoleannals.org/2017/09/13/help-train-inaturalists-artificial-intelligence-to-identify-anole-species-from-photographs/
https://www.inaturalist.org/posts/44244-kun-je-de-inaturalist-app-goed-gebruiken-om-buitenshuis-organismen-op-naam-te-brengen-38
https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/iphone-photos-missing-location-accuracy/7352/16
https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/improving-location-accuracy-on-observations/1767
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00219266.2020.1739114
https://www.geoawesomeness.com/how-accurate-is-your-smartphones-gps-in-an-urban-jungle/
https://www.inaturalist.org/posts/44091-help-mee-om-de-herkenning-in-inaturalist-te-verbeteren-31
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/map?user_id=earthknight#4/62.615/7.315 Heatmap
HASH4 is zoomlevel of heatmap
HASH4 beteekend zoom niveau van de Heatmap
Presentation Discord material here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1eraaVSWOyWc2vYHcG9x6XHcrDXwR6UotoZR45NPU_aU/edit?usp=sharing 2

GPS issues on Camera's

https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/improving-location-accuracy-on-observations/1767/119

https://www.inaturalist.org/taxon_changes/85816 https://www.inaturalist.org/flags/512528 Flag for Taxon: Subspecies Dorycnium pentaphyllum germanicum

Nee het is gedupliceerd en in de achtergrond can fijsntraal. Als je op de 'i 'klit en doorklit zie je Dagkoekoeksbloem (Silene dioica)
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/65846783
Other picture Silene diocia, press 'i' and one can see the related other observations to this photo on the right
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/65815765

Relations Photo
https://www.inaturalist.org/photos/105996536

Anotado por ahospers ahospers, noviembre 24, martes 21:50

Comentarios

Thumb

Op het forum van waarneming.nl zijn ook wat problemen met de GPS en de MultiPhoto Selector icm iOS14

https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/iphone-photos-missing-location-accuracy/7352/16?u=ahospers
This is still happening to me as well. I have iOS 12.4.9 on an iPhone 6 with iNat app version 3.0.6. Sounds like the iphone 6 and anything below will not get iOS13 support in the future.
The photos all have the right data and will include accuracy when uploaded via the web, but will not include accuracy if using the phone app when images are pulled from photo library. If I use the in app camera feature the image will have accuracy data associated but not if you choose from the library.
Currently using batch edit afterward to add accuracy data back in.
https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/iphone-photos-missing-location-accuracy/7352/16
https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/improving-location-accuracy-on-observations/1767
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00219266.2020.1739114
https://www.geoawesomeness.com/how-accurate-is-your-smartphones-gps-in-an-urban-jungle/
https://www.inaturalist.org/posts/44091-help-mee-om-de-herkenning-in-inaturalist-te-verbeteren-31

4 beteekend zoom niveau van de Heatmap

Presentation Discord material here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1eraaVSWOyWc2vYHcG9x6XHcrDXwR6UotoZR45NPU_aU/edit?usp=sharing 2

Anotado por ahospers hace cerca de 2 meses (Advertencia)
Thumb

Hi Carrie! It is still happening for me, as of today. I have iOS 12.4.5 and iNat 2.8.7. I have an older model (5s) iphone so won’t be able to update to iOS 13. To be clear, the default camera app is recording horizontal accuracy when I take photos, and I can upload them via the website which captures this, but accuracy is not captured when selecting a photo from the library in the iOS app. s still happening for you? I experienced this lack of horizontal uncertainty with photos taken some months ago but it hadn’t been a problem for recent photos. I’m running iOS 13.3.1 and iNat v 2.8.7. Interesting! Has anyone come across a geotagging program that uses horizontal accuracy? Or an SLR that records such data? It seems that GPX format can record hdop, which is related to precision, but it’s not really set up well for this. I find this a staggering oversight.
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5185823/specifying-accuracy-in-gpx-or-kml
I’m still interested in hearing about whether there are plans to restore the previous behaviour in the iOS app that transferred precision values to observations - can anyone confirm whether the bug I described is replicable or only affects me?
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5185823/specifying-accuracy-in-gpx-or-kml
https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/improving-location-accuracy-on-observations/1767
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00219266.2020.1739114
https://www.geoawesomeness.com/how-accurate-is-your-smartphones-gps-in-an-urban-jungle/
https://www.inaturalist.org/posts/44091-help-mee-om-de-herkenning-in-inaturalist-te-verbeteren-31

Anotado por ahospers hace cerca de 2 meses (Advertencia)
Thumb

use the iphone app almost exclusively. I almost never see the large uncertainty circles. On a Samsung 5 android phone i have seen them from time to time.

I actually think the workflow of taking photos with a GPS running is actually worse because it doesn’t seem to consistently record precision at all, though that may have changed recently. With the app you can also look at the uncertainty number and wait for it to lower if it’s a concern.

One thing that could be useful would be an opportunity for the app to have a ‘blitzing mode’ that keeps the GPS active while you are actively looking for stuff. It would run down the battery so you’d definitely want it off most of the time.

To be honest though, i don’t think most of the large uncertainty circles come from the app. I think they come from people manually entering photos on the website. Either they just don’t really care or know so they add a huge circle, or else the write in the name of a large place, like ‘Yosemite National Park’, and it generates a huge circle. Do we have data on which sort of user adds the most poor-precision observations? https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/improving-location-accuracy-on-observations/1767/2
https://www.inaturalist.org/posts/44091-help-mee-om-de-herkenning-in-inaturalist-te-verbeteren-31

Anotado por ahospers hace cerca de 2 meses (Advertencia)

Añade un comentario

Entra o Regístrate para añadir comentarios