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How to import eBird data to Observation.org
« Gepost op: juni 07, 2019, 09:00:35 am »

This is a topic for all your questions on how to import your eBird data to Observation.org

To import eBird data to Observation.org, see https://observation.org/import/ebird_import.php

Manual export your eBird data, see instruction on http://support.birdjournal.com/knowledgebase/articles/476160-export-from-ebird-how-to
Try not to upload more then 5000 observations per upload
Do not open the original eBird file in excell and save it. The date and time formats will be corrupt




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Re: eBird data import to Observation.org
« Reactie #1 Gepost op: juni 07, 2019, 09:03:12 am »

more info:
Posted by Hisko on juli 25, 2018, 14:46:17 pm

The function for importing eBird data can also be used to upload your data from any other system.

Creating a csv file is always tricky due to format problems with numbers, data and time fields.
Make sure your file complies to the standards listed.

The eBird import file has 21 columns :
if you want to create a similar file to upload your data filed in another system.
Make sure you have the same number of colums. The column devider is ','
Columns in red must be filled
Submission ID     , can be any number,text. is used to make a record unigue together with species, date and your user id. You can use your own codes
Common Name   , not used
Scientific Name   , used to select the species in observation.org
Taxonomic Order , not used   
Count                 , number of individuals
State/Province    , not used
County               , not used
Location             , not used
Latitude             , lat in decimal for example 52.0181171
Longitude          , lon in decimal for example 4.3786526
Date                 , used in format mm-dd-yyyy
Time                 , used in format hh:mm AM or PM for example 01:00 PM
Protocol             , only used for ebird to create checklists for protocol 'eBird - Stationary Count'
Duration (Min)    , only used for ebird to create end time for checklists
All Obs Reported   , only used for ebird imports
Distance Traveled (km)  , not used   
Area Covered (ha)         , not used   
Number of Observers     , not used
Breeding Code              , used see other table for possible codes
Species Comments        , used in observation remarks
Checklist Comments      , used in checklist comments if protocol =   'eBird - Stationary Count'     

An  example of the columns with the first row can be obtained from https://observation.org/download/example.csv

Possible eBird breeding codes:
NY Nest with Young
NE Nest with Eggs
ON  Occupied Nest
FL   Recently Fledged young
FY   Feeding Young
FS   Carrying Fecal Sac
CF   Carrying Food
UN  Used Nest
DD  Distraction Display
PE   Brood Patch and Physiological Evidence
NB  Nest Building
CN  Carrying Nesting Material
B    Wren/Woodpecker Nest Building
T    Territory held for 7+ days
C   Courtship Display or Copulation
N   Visiting probable Nest site
A   Agitated behavior
P   Pair in Suitable Habitat
M  Multiple (7+) singing males
S7 Singing Male Present 7+ Days
S   Singing male
H   In appropriate habitat
F   Flyover
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Re: How to import eBird data to Observation.org
« Reactie #2 Gepost op: oktober 09, 2019, 00:59:39 am »

Hi Hans and Hisko,

Is this form also being used for importing csv files to waarneming.nl or does its range limit to observation.org?
I'd like to be able to import my Batexplorer export files (csv) to the observation/waarneming systems as discussed here (https://forum.waarneming.nl/smf/index.php?topic=443812.msg2323961#msg2323961) and this would help me out for now.
Having gathered over 4000 sightings (and counting!) of Pipistrellus pipistrellus (https://waarneming.nl/species/387/) alone already this would be really beneficial.

That said, there would be the need for setting certain fields to get the sightings stored to the database as correct as possible.

Default values for those imported Batexplorer sightings should include:

activity: flying over
number:   1
counting method: seen not counted
method:   with batdetector

How to add them?

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Re: How to import eBird data to Observation.org
« Reactie #3 Gepost op: oktober 09, 2019, 08:32:35 am »

Julian, that`s not going to work for your particular case, but i can upload your data manually
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Was getekend Hisko de Vries.

Wil je een fotovraag stellen op het forum lees dan dit eerst https://forum.waarneming.nl/smf/index.php?topic=452369.0

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Re: How to import eBird data to Observation.org
« Reactie #4 Gepost op: oktober 10, 2019, 11:57:26 am »

Many thanks to Hisko for adding an import system for Batexplorer exports! It's similar to the portal used for uploading eBird data.

https://waarneming.nl/import/batlogger_import.php
https://observation.org/import/batlogger_import.php
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Re: How to import eBird data to Observation.org
« Reactie #5 Gepost op: oktober 10, 2019, 16:44:37 pm »

Many thanks to Hisko for adding an import system for Batexplorer exports! It's similar to the portal used for uploading eBird data.

https://waarneming.nl/import/batlogger_import.php
https://observation.org/import/batlogger_import.php
Vleermuizen lijken gebonden aan asfalt, hoe meer wegen, hoe meer dwergvleermuizen..
https://old.waarneming.nl/monitoring.php?id_gebied=22769&id_soort=387&u%5B%5D=1&j%5B%5D=3000&a%5B%5D=0&k%5B%5D=0
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