22. Houd je van “Tinder” ? Deze identificatie app lijkt hier namelijk enorm op

Ben je ook zo gecharmeerd van Tinder ? Voor iNaturalist is een app gemaakt die net zo werkt als Tinder. Op de webpagina van iNaturalist.org is al een erg goed werkende Identificatie tool beschikbaar. Maar als je op een prettige en snelle manier de fotos in de goede soortgroep Vogels, Planten of Dieren wil zetten (rubriceren) is er nog wel een verbetering mogelijk. Deze iNaturalist “Tinder” is er voorzowel de iPhone als de Android.

https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/am-looking-for-some-test-users-of-an-identification-app/430

On different occasions in the forum I have now seen it mentioned that there is a growing discrepancy in numbers between the amount of observers and identifiers.

From my experience the Identification tool on the homepage is already extremely well done . For some specific tasks though, e.g. identifying lots of observations coarsely, I think there might be some improvements. I would like to help to make identifying a bit easier and a bit more fun.

I am a smartphone app developer and have made a rough “tinder” like identifying app. For now I have followed only my own needs in the development. However, I am looking for some people who want to try it out and give me some feedback to see if that is something that the community could possibly use. Also to see where it would need to be developed further.

If you are interested wave here or better send me a DM in iNat. Currently, I have an iPhone and Android version to test.

https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/am-looking-for-some-test-users-of-an-identification-app/430
https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/making-identifying-more-fun-interesting-wiki/242/14


I know I can get a bit discouraged sometimes when the first batch of observations I see in Identify are all “picked over”, either because they’re all species that are difficult to identify, or the photos aren’t high quality or sufficient for showing diagnostic characters, or something else. A few tricks for finding more interesting/IDable/fun observations to identify:

Any other tricks you have for making identifying more fun/interesting?

Plenty of filters to play around with:

https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/making-identifying-more-fun-interesting-wiki/242/14

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I know I can get a bit discouraged sometimes when the first batch of observations I see in Identify are all “picked over”, either because they’re all species that are difficult to identify, or the photos aren’t high quality or sufficient for showing diagnostic characters, or something else. A few tricks for finding more interesting/IDable/fun observations to identify:

Any other tricks you have for making identifying more fun/interesting?

Plenty of filters to play around with:


As I’ve started using this, my technique is to coarsely id the ones I know I can go finer with. After doing that for a bit, I pull up this view on desktop:

https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identify?reviewed=true&order_by=updated_at&lrank=kingdom&per_page=100 1

This view pulls up all the ones I just id’d to go back over for both refinement and checking. The checking step is necessary for me because besides catching my inevitable mistakes, I like to zoom in on many things to doublecheck for birds in trees etc. Even with my extra step that lengthens the id process, I feel the overall process is more efficient for me than without using the app.

An in-app zoom function (pinch-expand?) would be handy if doable.

Houd je van “Tinder” ? Deze identificatie app lijkt hier namelijk enorm op (22)

Yes.

You can go to the identify page, set the filter for your observations, check all the quality grades, and set the Without Annotation field to Alive or Dead = Any

This will show you all your observations that don’t have Alive or Dead annotated.

Publicado por ahospers ahospers, 02 de novembro de 2020, 10:44 TARDE

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