Cooperation with other Radiation maps?

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9 years 4 months ago #546 by lolwut82
Hi, have you ever thought about integrating the urad project to any other radiation mapping project so in the end we have a single big map with all the radiation sensors on the world?

have a look for example at http://blog.safecast.org/maps/ , they even have an easy to use api (http://api.safecast.org) which you could use for each measurement you receive.

Other examples i found are:
- http://radioactiveathome.org/map/
- http://www.uradmonitor.com/

Maybe there are even more, wouldn't it be great to have a single collector for all the radiation data?

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9 years 4 months ago - 9 years 4 months ago #549 by mw0uzo
Welcome to radmon.org :)

There are even more than that out there, it is not a unique idea. Was radiationnetwork the first, a long time ago? Not sure. The radmon.org project grew from a simple web radiation monitoring page with a graph. Features were added until it became multiuser and interest grew. There was a 'hole' where there was nothing low cost for the geiger counter kitbuilder, so radmon.org filled it.

Collaboration would require some satisfactory give and take of data. radmon.org is meant to be open, there is an unpublished 'api'. As always its when time and priorities allow writing documentation etc. Anyone who wants to know more can discuss it with me on here.

How would you arrange the collaboration? It's a little more difficult than you might anticipate? Try to put yourself in my shoes!

It would be easy to nab data from all the stations on a particular site and stick it on your own map. But without permission to harvest the data it would not work for long.
I am happy to work with other sites that are open and (properly) free to use, providing of couse that the benefit is mutual.
Last edit: 9 years 4 months ago by mw0uzo.

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9 years 4 months ago #563 by Frank
Agreed, one thing comes to mind is the .kml files for google earth maps, I think that's what they are called. I have several of them kml layers on my google earth now, but that would be cool if the writers had them kml files to add there instead of trying to tie them all together. Just a thought, don't know how much that would involve making a kml file thou.. :)

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9 years 4 months ago - 9 years 4 months ago #599 by krzyszp
Hi,

I'm a member of Radioactive@Home team.
We have created PHP script to realtime export readings data from our project and we are open for cooperation and sharing data (available on our forum, feel free to use it).
Have you got any API to export data from your server? Is possible to share data between us?
Last edit: 9 years 4 months ago by krzyszp.
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9 years 4 months ago #602 by mw0uzo

Hi,

I'm a member of Radioactive@Home team.
We have created PHP script to realtime export readings data from our project and we are open for cooperation and sharing data (available on our forum, feel free to use it).
Have you got any API to export data from your server? Is possible to share data between us?


Hi krzyszp
Welcome to radmon.org forums. :)
Yes we can share data. PM sent.

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9 years 4 months ago #603 by mw0uzo
Also it would be great to add compatibilty of your r@h kits to RadLog. How is the data sent back to the computer? Typical serial interface? What's the format?

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