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    Parsiger - analysing the wealth of Tarsiger data

    I think it's called "ebird"... Seriously, though, I really wish they'd get rid of the paywall and integrate the BoW material. Also commission some more diagnostic illustrations, stop the crazy obsession with trips and hotspots, and... Well it's still pretty useful despite all this
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    Parsiger - analysing the wealth of Tarsiger data

    Suggest a better way is with a chloropleth map & small multiples. that could be a "schematic" [e.g. a hexagon cartogram, something like this: https://bigthink.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/134652-134653.jpg?resize=480,270 ] It should show successive movement from E=>W and S=>N in spring and...
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    Parsiger - analysing the wealth of Tarsiger data

    I think there's an api and/or some r code for individual sp. e.g. eBird Data Extraction and Processing in R Otherwise, take a cut of the database. I think that's available as CSV or other text which would allow you to use SED or similar. of course, I'd put this stuff in a db—postgres and/or...
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    Parsiger - analysing the wealth of Tarsiger data

    ...an animated map showing location by day or week. Geonames api could help here if dataset doesn't have co-ords. ...And then there's ebird data of course. One could compare for target species to check the "veracity" of ebird data. I'd be willing to bet the 2 coincide quite well for...
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