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  • Analyzing wind flow and turbulence over a local agriculture field

    ##Intro This was an attempt to try and develop a procedure for documenting the wind vector and turbulence in a column of air using the TALA kite anemometer kite. I have documented the use of streamers on this kite before: https://publiclab.org/notes/Ecta64/11-28-2016/setup-for-photographically-monitoring-wind-vector-and-turbulence-with-a-kite but I did not attempt to try and monitor an entire c...

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  • Paper size for stiff matte black card insert

    What I want to do or know What paper size should I be printing out the design file provided in this page (under the title 'Design files')? Background story I am trying to rebuild the 2.0 DSK using the metal enclosure; but, I have misplaced the insert card and want to reprint one or even build one using black foam board. Any and all help will be much appreciated.

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  • The Great GPS Ski-off

    _Above: The GPS capabilities of these four devices were compared in a non-definitive and poorly controlled real-world test. Left to right: SkyPod datalogger, Android app, Garmin GPSmap76CSx, Canon PowerShot S100\._ The tentatively named SkyPod datalogger is in the [working prototype stage](https://publiclab.org/notes/cfastie/03-15-2017/a-standalone-aerial-sensor-pod). For the first field test, I...

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  • Developing Image Sequencer as a Library

    Note: This is a draft and some sections are under development About me Name: Chinmay Pandhare Email: ccpandhare@gmail.com GitHub Profile: https://github.com/ccpandhare Gitter Nick: ccpandhare Institute: BITS Pilani (Pilani Campus) Degree: B.E. Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Class of 2020) Location: Pilani, Rajasthan, India (GMT + 5:30) Developing Image Sequencer as a Library Imag...

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  • Upgrade Plot to Rails 4 (eventually to Rails 5)

    (This template is for students applying to summer code programs with Public Lab. Use this link to start writing a post: https://publiclab.org/post?n=899&tags=gsoc,gsoc-2017-proposals You can delete this line once you've started filling it out.) About me My name is Emmanuel Hayford. I am a Rails developer and a final year computer student at the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology. I h...

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  • OAuth-based login for FB, Twitter

    (This template is for students applying to summer code programs with Public Lab. Use this link to start writing a post: https://publiclab.org/post?n=899&tags=gsoc,gsoc-2017-proposals You can delete this line once you've started filling it out.) About me My name is Emmanuel Hayford. I am a Rails developer and a final year computer student at the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology. I h...

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  • slite in spectro

    What I want to do making a simple and exact schemical spectroscopy My attempt and results I making the Box but I cant making simple adgustable slite Questions and next steps how can I made an adjustable slite and how can i made a grating with mirrore Why I'm interested I like to use this instrument in analytical chemistry thanks a lot

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  • Re-construction for ImageSequencer

    About me Name: Yachao Lu GitHub: https://github.com/lvyachao Affiliation: Department of Computer Science, George Washington University Location: Washington, DC Email: lvyachao@gmail.com Project description Image Sequencer is a image processing systems which is non-destructive: instead of modifying the original image, it creates a new image at each step in a sequence. This project not only p...

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  • Expanded Rich Wikis

    Expanded Rich Wikis for Publiclab.org Name: Sidharth Bansal Affiliation (school/degree) 1st yr, B. Tech, Computer Science Engineering(Software Engineering Course) ,Delhi Technological University, India Location (where you are): New Delhi, India (GMT +5:30) Email: bansal.sidharth2996@gmail.com LinkedIn Profile : https://www.linkedin.com/in/sidharth-bansal-99648b129/ Phone: +919958339466 I...

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  • Introduction to Stormwater Workshop 1 Report

    On March 4th, we hosted an event in New Orleans that was the first of the [New Orleans Stormwater Workshop Series](https://publiclab.org/notes/stevie/02-01-2017/stormwater-workshop-series-in-new-orleans). About 18 participants gathered for this event at the New Orleans Healing Center. After discussing what we know about stormwater on a personal level, and learning from friends at the New Orlean...

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  • How to evaluate and choose an advocacy pathway

    ##Workshop: Evaluating and Choosing Advocacy Pathways **Why (the Situation):** Community groups facing an environmental concern need to choose an advocacy strategy. This workshop is designed to help groups identify what advocacy pathways are available, most effective, and that best suit their objectives. **When:** This workshop is appropriate for a group which has already worked through their...

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  • How to visually document a site

    _The below activities from the Wetlands Toolkit, [Workshop 2: Understanding your wetland site](https://publiclab.org/wiki/wetlands-101)_ ###Goals of this workshop: This workshop will include doing a site visit and visual survey. There you will document information about the site as well as identifying the threats to the ecosystem **Estimated time:** 1 hour **Materials to have on hand:** - C...

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  • Frac sand hotspot testing and site survey

    Public Lab will be hosting a get together for anyone interested in practicing a site survey and hotspot particulate matter sampling in New Auburn, WI on Friday March 31st. We’ll start with a breakfast-brainstorm and head out from there! ###Who should come? Anyone with a desire to explore frac sand mining, monitoring, photography or anyone just looking to meet up and spend some time hiking aroun...

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  • Upgrading Plot to Rails 5

    (This template is for students applying to summer code programs with Public Lab. Use this link to start writing a post: https://publiclab.org/post?n=899&tags=gsoc,gsoc-2017-proposals You can delete this line once you've started filling it out.) About me My name is Aayush Gupta. I am a programmer and a web developer. I code in Ruby. I am a third year computer science student in Manipal Institut...

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  • Android app for Image sequencer

    About me Hello, I am Ashwin Vasudevan, currently pursuing B.E in Electronics and Instrumentation engineering at Easwari Engineering College, Chennai. I have a variety of skills from app development to UI/UX to ROS and embedded. Last year, I obtained a 100,000 grant from Analog Devices India as a part of an IOT fellowship named "Anveshan". In this fellowship, I was working on an IOT platform which...

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  • Thinking about local level advocacy

    _Image credit: Carolyn Buell, New Durham, NH. Planning board meeting on proposed quarry with local opposition._ In making changes, or getting something accomplished in a system, @Mathew Lippincott once advised me that “you have to talk to the person who can say yes.” In the environmental and social justice movements, I’m often caught thinking about the large scale- big industries, and the massi...

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  • Public Lab announces continued partnership

    Public Lab is happy to announce our continued partnership with Autodesk Foundation Fund, a corporate advised fund of Silicon Valley Community Foundation, to support the overall ongoing mission and activities of Public Lab. With their support, Public Lab will continue to improve structures that help diverse groups of people answer environmental questions through the design, testing and use of low-...

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  • Tagging Interface

    About me Hello, I am Mayank, currently pursuing Integrated M.Tech in Computer Science at National Institute of Technology Hamirpur. I have been working with Ruby and Ruby and Rails for about 3-4 months. Affiliation : National Institute of Technology Hamirpur Location: Presently I am living in Himachal Pradesh ,India Project description Abstract/summary (<20 words): Editor has a great new t...

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  • Is this government security warning on NOAA new?

    ###Is this warning on a NOAA arctic data page search new? Also, is this an attempt to copyright a database, and what is going on? ###Looking for information on the Arctic This afternoon I went to the NOAA site, and was greeted by this page, requiring sign-in with a lot of other intimidating stuff. I'm wondering about the basis for these claims regarding data from a public agency. Arctic data...

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  • Host a balloon mapping workshop

    Want to show others how to make balloon or kite maps? Need help mapping a large site or doing long-term mapping? Want to start a local group of balloon mappers? Great! FYI, this activity has been updated from a [previous research note of the same name](/wiki/host-balloon-mapping-workshop). We can use the comments below to exchange advice on how to organize and run a balloon mapping workshop, and...

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  • A standalone aerial sensor pod

    *Above: The new bracket to hold a self contained GPS + sensor data logger on a Saturn V Rig. The components are not wired together here.* In January, I posted two research notes about capturing GPS data with an Arduino-based microSD logger. The [first one]( https://publiclab.org/notes/cfastie/01-08-2017/adding-gps-logging-to-a-kite-or-balloon-aerial-photography-rig) was about learning to use the...

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  • Can the New Auburn, WI Recreation Area be used to identify downwind dust from Great Northern Sand?

    An [Optical PM monitor can be used to take a qualitative survey of the relative PM levels](https://publiclab.org/notes/mathew/04-06-2016/mapping-dust-hotspots-with-low-cost-monitors) near a source of rock dust, potentially identifying areas of relatively high PM, known as a PM hotspot. One place where such a survey could be conducted is in the the [New Auburn, WI Wildlife Area](http://dnr.wi.gov...

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  • Good guides on doing a photo survey of a site?

    I've heard from both community groups and environmental lawyers that doing a basic photographic survey of a place is a really good first step in documenting almost any environmental problem. There are some great comments on this in the June 2016 OpenHour on "Proof", for example. I'm hoping we can include this as part of our Methods page, and am looking for a good existing guide we can point peopl...

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  • What are some lessons learned using the Riffle? (Especially Underwater)

    Main question What are the considerations needed and lessons learned for using the riffle in real world applications? Especially submerged in water? Background story On an open hour about waterquality last week, someone mentioned problems with re-using the same water bottle twice to house the riffle. What are some other lessons learned, using this device in the field?

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  • What is the algorithm used in generating the fastie colormap from NDVI in Infragram?

    ###What I want to do or know I want to know how the NDVI values were converted into its equivalent fastie color. I know that the NDVI values were adjusted in a way that it will be represented into a grey image. from that grey image how does infragram convert it to an image with a fastie colormap. ###Background story I am currrently doing a project that is using a raspberry pi to generate an NDV...

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  • parts needed for spectrometer

    What parts do I need to build a compact version of spectrometer? (spectrometer is going to be used for measuring Blood Alcohol Content) What components does an iphone camera lens need in order to work as a spectrometer? Thank you!

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