It’s easy to get your survey results into your GIS. In Coreo, we have several output formats for you to use. The UKHab Survey Results presents your data in the UKHab data model and is ideal for exporting as a Shapefile. You can pull this straight into your GIS. If you have a template set […]
The habitat outputs from the App use the UK Habitat Classification (“UKHab”). Correspondence tables exist to help with translation into UKHab of habitat data collected using NVC and Phase 1. These are provided free on the UKHab website https://ukhab.org/. However, it should be noted that translation between survey types is not recommended, since information will always […]
Yes. When you add polygons or lines Coreo calculates the area or length of the feature on submission.
Yes, you can export boundary files from your current GIS and then import them for use in the UKHab Survey App. To do this you will need to follow these steps: Export from your GIS as a CSV in WKT format (Well Known Text). Make sure the co-ordinate system you use is WGS84/EPSG:4326. In the […]
The UKHab Survey App should run on most contemporary devices. However, here are a few of the key things to look out for: You will need a device with a Sim card so that you can access records, maps and submit data in the field. Your device must have a GPS chipset. For example, the […]