v2.0 Reports Are Live!

Despite the amazing mapping and visualization tools of BioBase and the questions they spark and help answer, the numbers and old fashioned summary data reports are often tough to beat.  Indeed, many of our users have found our automated summary v1.0 Report of BioBase outputs very helpful for objectively evaluating their aquatic plant management activities.  However, the focus of the version 1 Report was to produce a simple and uniform summary of data collected along users’ trip paths, which often occurred in the form of linear transects.  Sometimes the v1.0 Reports didn’t support an apples to apples comparison.

As our user base expands into system mapping and crowd-sourcing efforts, where trip paths often resemble a bowl of spaghetti, leveraging the power of kriging interpolation becomes even more important.  As such, we’ve just released new automated summary Reporting (v2.0) that will publish both point (i.e., for classic transects) and grid (passive mapping or crowd-sourcing) summary statistics.  The version 2 Reports also output biovolume details in the vegetated areas only as well as within the complete survey zone.   Further, you will find statistics grouped by areas of interest and not only a summary of all data within the merged trips but a uniform summary of each transect that make up the merge!   They’re pretty slick!

Our team has used their previous work experience and interaction with our users to develop reports that are relevant to a wide range of users including lake associations, lake service providers, agency biologists, or university researchers.  We hope you find these reports useful for your work.  Please let us know if you have any questions about how these Reports and data can be used.

You can view the full interactive report with collapsible sections and zoom by clicking here: REPORT SAMPLE   Each report gets a unique URL that can be emailed to customers,  or collaborators.

  Get the v2.0 Reports For Your Past Trips!

This is another great example of how a new feature can be associated to each of your previous uploads.  To get the new v2.0 Report for your previously uploaded trips, click on the Trip Reprocessing tab of the interactive viewer and select “Report” before clicking reprocess.   Try a merged trip first and let us know what you think!  Not a ciBioBase customer yet and don’t have any trips to reprocess?? Why not?  Give us a call and you can join the revolution!

Author: biobasemaps

BioBase is a cloud platform for the automated mapping of aquatic habitats (lakes, rivers, ponds, coasts). Standard algorithms process sonar datafiles (EcoSound) and high resolution satellite imagery (EcoSat). Depth and vegetation maps and data reports are rapidly created and stored in a private cloud account for analysis, and sharing. This blog highlights a range of internal and external research, frequently asked questions, feature descriptions and highlights, tips and tricks, and photo galleries.

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