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Project Summary

Indicia is a toolkit that simplifies the construction of new websites which allow data entry, mapping and reporting of wildlife records. It’s not a finished online survey website – think of Indicia as a kit car as opposed to a manufactured car. You get the wheels, engine and all the important tricky bits ready-made, but you still have to assemble the parts.

Indicia is an Open Source project funded by the Open Air Laboratories Network and managed by the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology.

The Open Air Laboratories (OPAL) network is an exciting initiative that is open to anyone with an interest in nature. It aims to create and inspire a new generation of nature-lovers by getting people to explore, study, enjoy and protect their local environment.

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30 Day Summary

Nov 13 2018 — Dec 13 2018

12 Month Summary

Dec 13 2017 — Dec 13 2018
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