05 de julio de 2020

Fotoherkenning Paddenstoelen: een vloek of een zegen?

Fotoherkenning Paddenstoelen: een vloek of een zegen? Coolia 2020(3)

In recent years there has been an explosion in the availability of apps for smartphones that can be
used to help with mushroom identification in the field. There are a number of approaches available, ranging from those apps that identify mushroom automatically based on the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and automated Image Recognition, through those that require the user to use traditional dichotomous keys or multi-access keys, to those that may only have a range of images without a clear system for identification of any species of interest

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06 de junio de 2020

Campus UTwente - Lonnekermeer (Trip)

Wandeling van de campus van UTwente om de twee Lonnekermeren heen en weer terug

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17 de mayo de 2020

Number of Observations per group

BEcause of the configuration of iNaturalist it is not strange that easy to photograph nature like Plants and insects are more popular then Birds...

In all iNaturalist has had 37,711,196 observations. Of that:
15,339,035 are of Plants = 40.68%
8,923,496 are of Insects = 23.66%
5,622,410 are of Birds = 14.91%
2,053,440 are of Fungi = 5.45%
1,046,493 are of Reptiles = 2.78%
985,421 are of Arachnids = 2.61%
951,895 are of Mammals = 2.52%
592,343 are of Mollusks = 1.57%
584,103 are of Amphibians = 1.55%
426,345 are of Ray-finned Fishes = 1.13%
240,404 are of Crustaceans = 0.63%
75,318 are of Echinoderms = 0.20%
53,688 are of Segmented Worms = 0.14%
25,941 are of Cartilaginous Fishes = 0.07%
12,659 are of Flatworms = 0.03%
7,438 are of Bacteria = 0.02%
770,767 are other = 2.04%

Geplaatst door thebirdnerd ongeveer 11 uur geleden (Melden)

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05 de diciembre de 2019

30 de agosto de 2019


This is a weird URL hack that’s existed for some time but we’ve never worked into the UI (mostly b/c it’s so niche and kind of hard to explain, but maybe we should), but if you have an obs that has no coordinates and you have other obs from the same day and all those obs from that day have times, appending ?interpolate_coordinates=true to the edit observation URL (the URL you’re at when you’re editing an obs, e.g. https://www.inaturlaist.org/observations/edit?interpolate_coordinates=true) will fill in coordinates based on a time-weighted average of the nearest observations in time.

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08 de agosto de 2019

25 de julio de 2019

Compare tool links

Compare tool links, nog eens uitzoeken hoe het werkt.

Help Identify
As always, please help your fellow botanists, when yr able, to identify/confirm their observations. Try sorting by "new users" or "random" to mix it up!
Species New to Illinois on iNat
And keep an eye on these links below for any new documentations in 2019. I commented on a few new ones that folks like @andrewhipp @dziomber @johnhboldt @skrentnyjeff and @woodridgejeff have found since our last update. Great work!
Non-flowering plants
Monocots excluding Poales
Poales (grasses, sedges, rushes, & friends)
Plants in Asterales (sunflower family and friends)
Plants in Fabales (pea family and friends)
Plants in Lamiales (mint family and friends)
Plants in Rosales (rose family and friends)
Plants in Brassicales (mustard family and friends)
Plants in Ranunculales (buttercup family and friends)
Plants in Caryophyllales (pink family and friends)
Plants in Boraginales (borage family and friends)
All other (eu)dicots except the groups above

Computer Vision tools


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11 de julio de 2019

Walk around Baloerveld Pieterpad (Trip)

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03 de julio de 2019

iNaturalist World Tour



https://www.inaturalist.org/blog/25692-inaturalist-world-tour 2019

Growth in number of observations per month in Italy is seasonal peaking around May or June. 2019 has been the biggest year so far, but the rate of growth seems to have slowed slightly relative to 2018. Italy was well represented in the 2019 City Nature Challenge, but only 3 participating cities (Vicenza, Naples, Roma) use iNaturalist while 6 others (Catania, Lecce, Ostuni, Taranto, Trento, Trinitapoli) used a Spanish fork of an older version of iNaturalist.

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