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gulltracking provides functionality to annotate GPS tracking data of gulls stored in Movebank (https://www.movebank.org). These data are collected by the LifeWatch GPS tracking network for large birds (see http://lifewatch.be/en/gps-tracking-network-large-birds). Functions for other bird species will be added in a later stage.
Camera Trap Data Package (or Camtrap DP for short) is a community developed data exchange format for camera trap data. A Camtrap DP is a Frictionless Data Package (https://frictionlessdata.io/data-package/) that consists of 4 files: - datapackage.json: metadata regarding the data package and camera trap project. - deployments.csv: a table with camera trap deployments. - multimedia.csv: a table compiling multimedia files taken by the camera traps. - observations.csv: a table with observations based on the multimedia files. The Camtrap DP package is documented on a website (https://tdwg.github.io/camtrap-dp/). Camtrap DP is managed by the Machine Observations Interest Group of Biodiversity Information Standards (TDWG). It was originally developed by the Open Science Conservation Fund and the Research Institute for Nature and Forest (INBO). Camtrap DP is endorsed the camera trap data management systems Agouti, eMammal, TRAPPER, Wildlife Insights and already available as an export format in some of these.
This package provides functionality to access data from the European Tracking Network (ETN) database hosted by the Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ) as part of the Flemish contribution to LifeWatch. ETN data is subject to the ETN data policy and can be: - restricted: under moratorium and only accessible to logged-in data owners/collaborators - unrestricted: publicly accessible without login and routinely published to international biodiversity facilities The ETN infrastructure currently requires the package to be run within the LifeWatch.be RStudio server, which is password protected. A login can be requested at http://www.lifewatch.be/etn/contact.
bioRad provides standardized methods for extracting and reporting biological signals from weather radars. It includes functionality to inspect low-level radar data, process these data into meaningful biological information on animal speeds and directions at different altitudes in the atmosphere, visualize these biological extractions, and calculate further summary statistics.
This online and interactive environment provides access to all data of the European Tracking Network. The VRE includes a database for storage and integration of acoustic telemetry data and a number of analytical tools for analysing the data using R that are: - the LifeWatch Data Explorer for fish telemetry, a RShiny GUI for data exploration; - an RStudio IDE that allows the user to develop and run R scripts online on the available telemetry data; - an Rpackage that incorporates specific functions to start a smooth analysis of telemetry data.