Google Earth Odk Visualize
https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/k7VN8tmgcCQ?rel=0&controls=0&showinfo=0Kit Open Google Earth data Tutorial (ODK) is a suite of tools that allows data collection using mobile devices and data submission to an online server. even without an Internet connection or mobile carrier service at the time of data collection. You can collect Internet connectionless data remotely or a mobile operator access. Gather text, numeric data. media and more with a mobile device. So. host your data online using powerful hosting platform Google. Google AppEngine. and visualize your data as a map using Google Fusion Tables and Google Earth created by developers at the University of Washington computer science and engineering department and members of Change. Open Data Kit is an open source project available to all. Please visit their ODK project page for more information. recent updates, more tutorials. and contribute to the project.
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These data were collected in the field using Open Data Kit. Data is stored in a Fusion Table and displayed in Google Earth.
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- No programming knowledge required!
- We strongly recommend that you have taken the previous tutorials, the Mobile Data Collection with ODK Collect and manage your data using ODK Aggregate. We also recommend taking Getting mobile data collection route.
- You’ll need a Google Account to log in to ODK Aggregate and display your data in Fusion Tables (get one here).
- Google Earth on the “List of Forms” page http://odk-tutorial.appspot.com or your own ODK Aggregate instance. click “Create KML”.
- Google Earth Several options appear. To “field to map” select the field that corresponds to the GPS position on the issue of your form. For “Title Field.” Select the field you want to appear at the top of your balloons pop-up Google Earth. For “image display field.” Select the field that matches your photo. Then click on “Submit” and your Google Earth KML file will start downloading.
- Once the file is downloaded, double click the file to open it in Google Earth. You should see the markers for each data submission. If you click a marker to open the pop-up balloon. You should see a table with the data values that you use submission.If Sample.xml form, here is how your pop-up balloons will appear: Google Earth you will need Google Earth installed on your computer. Download the latest version here. (It’s free!) In this exercise, we’ll use a sample form to demonstrate the most common types of data you can collect with Open Data Kit and and display with Google Fusion Tables and Google Earth. You can get the sample form on your mobile device by following the instructions in the previous tutorial, Manage Your Data with ODK Aggregate.
In previous tutorials. you learned how to send form submissions to our example, or your own body. ODK Aggregate. To see the data that you added to the form, go to http://odk-tutorial.appspot.com and log in using your Google account.
Google Earth for this tutorial, we’ll use the data that was previously collected and uploaded to http://odk-tutorial.appspot.com. The dataset will be continuously added as people take this tutorial and add more data. If you download data on this server. Please note that the server has been made public so please do not download material that you do not want others to see. If you collected data using your own AppEngine instance in the last tutorial, you can follow accordingly. Google Earth Odk Visualize.
Google Earth ODK Aggregate provides an automatic link to a table that you created with Google Fusion Tables. Fusion Tables allows you to download different data sets. merge your datasets. visualize your data set quickly and easily on a map and query your data. You can also collaborate with others on your data and set different permission levels for different users. The mapping functionality of Fusion Tables is covered in more depth in three other tutorials: Map sample data with Fusion Mapper, Map your own data with Fusion Mapper and share a map of Fusion Mapper.
First, you’ll need to publish your data from ODK Aggregate Google Fusion Tables. In the “Submissions” tab. under “Filter Submissions,” select the shape that you want to export. Then hit the “Publish” button.
Select the service you want to create the connection. You can choose to Google Spreadsheets, an online. collaborative spreadsheet; or Google Fusion Tables, a lightweight online database with integrated visualization options.
You can choose Google Spreadsheets or Google Fusion Tables. For this tutorial, select Google Fusion Tables.
Select an option from the dropdown menu to define what you want to download: a. “Upload existing Submission Data Only”. will only transfer the existing data that you have already submitted to http://odk-tutorial.appspot.com or your own ODK Aggregate instance.
b. “Feed New data submission only” if you want new arguments only to your form will automatically be entered in Google Fusion Tables.
c. “BOTH Upload Existing and Stream New data submission” will your existing bids in Fusion Tables and automatically continue adding new submissions to your table.
Select “BOTH Upload Existing and New Steam submission of data. “
You need ODK Aggregate to create a Fusion Table within your Google account that you can access in the future. Click “Allow Table Fusion Creating a Google Account.” Google Earth Odk Visualize.
You will see the standard message “If you grant access, you can revoke access at any time under” My Account “. odk-training.appspot.com will not have access to your password or any other personal information from your Google account. “If you want to continue, click” Allow Access “. The connection is created and you are returned to the main List of Forms in ODK Aggregate.
Go to Google Fusion Tables http://www.google.com/fusiontables and log in to see your new table. Note: only you will be able to view your data submissions in your Fusion Tables Google account. Fusion Tables, you can grant other different levels of access to your data (learn).
Select “Map” in the “View” menu. You should see your data points displayed on a Google map. There are errors in the data, learn how to change your columns. Points are not displayed where you expect to view, edit the “Location” setting in the view “Map” (or visit Help).
If you use the Sample.xml form, here is how your pop-up balloons will appear by default:. Google Earth Odk Visualize.
TIP: If you want to have photos appear alongside your data submissions on the map. You can do this by using the link “Configure Info Window” at the top of the “Map” view. Learn how to customize the balloons pop up in the Google Earth Fusion Tables.
View your data in Google Earth
You can also view your data in Google Earth. This is a good alternative to displaying your data in Fusion Tables. If you want to add more information to improve your card. Such as points, lines and polygons to better tell the story of your data. Google Earth Odk Visualize.
Tip : If you want to create a link between your data in Google Fusion Tables and Google Earth. You can do this by using a network link. First. you must have chosen to create an external service connection ODK Aggregate to Fusion Tables, selecting “BOTH Upload Existing & New Stream data submission.” So. learn to create a dynamic link from your Google Fusion Tables dataset to Google Earth.
Google Earth Tip : Once you have imported your data in Google Earth, you can add additional points. lines and polygons to tell a story about the field data collection results. Learn to Annotate Google Earth.
If historical images available for the area you are working, you can see the changes over time. Learn more about the history imagery in Google Earth.
You can also use Google Earth to create a narrated tour to tell the story of the region for which you are collecting data. Purpose and objectives of your data collection. Conditions in the area. Learn more about the creation of guided visits.
Congratulations! You have learned to view the data you have collected in the field with Open Data Kit on a map. Google Earth Odk Visualize.
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