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What can Coreo help me with?
You want to set up a project to collect data on a certain species of snail or you want to map your city’s car parking spaces for disabled badge holders. You’d like to set this up quickly and do it yourself - but you’ve never done any coding before. No problem!Sign up
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Coreo is already being used to collect, verify and visualise data across many different scientific applications.
Monitoring whales and dolphins on the west coast of Scotland.
Tracking stray cats.
Amber Barrier Tracker
Let it Flow, the AMBER Citizen Science programme.
Blooms For Bees
Promoting and improving gardening for bumblebees in the UK
Tracking and monitoring wildlife in Serengeti National Park
Tackling the impact of barriers to fish migration in the UK's rivers
Collecting data on native and non-native crabs throughout Europe
Collect rainfall data in Scotland and contribute to science
Conserving and protecting the UK’s lamprey species
Help scientists and Agencies monitor and tackle soil erosion in the UK!
Recording bat data in an efficient and standardised way
Recording and monitoring the capital's hedgehogs
A fishing journal & recording tool
Protecting our hedgerows and making them important again
Tracking ancient animals to write a new natural history of the UK
Assessing contaminants in Europe's rivers
Empowering people to tackle a messy problem
Saving the UK's Swifts
With Coreo you can create a web site and a mobile app in order to collect the data by completing a few easy steps. You can then share these data collection tools with your audience.
As your audience collects data, their results are uploaded to Coreo. Sitting behind your project is a geospatially aware database that also accepts photos, videos and other media you might need.
You can sign into the project and see all the data that has been submitted to your project.
Coreo presents this data in a variety of ways so that you can easily view each record, including its location, date, media files, recorder’s details and any other metadata submitted. Each record can then be verified.
You can opt to show a public map and / or a tabular view of all your project’s records on the web site, which is created for you automatically. Set this map and tabular view to show records as they come in or only once verified - it’s up to you!
And if you want to engage your audience more fully with your work you can also choose to enable them to help to classify your data. Set the questions you want answered - “Is there a yellow snail in this photo?” and then leave Coreo and your citizen scientists to do the rest!