How are your volunteers and participants doing? Use our Local Phenology Program Dashboards to find out!
Local Phenology Program Dashboards
Use this tool to explore your Local Phenology Program's site-based data. Get a quick snapshot of the number of phenology records per species, phenophase category, number of site visits, and active observers per month.
If you are seeking detailed phenological information for your site and the species you are observing, please visit the Phenology Observation Portal or the Phenology Visualization Tool.
How to use these dashboards
There are two separate dashboards on this page, each with its own set of Local Phenology Program/Network and Year selectors.
When selecting a Local Phenology Program or Network, be sure to only select units from one level of the hierarchy to avoid over-counting. For example, select either “National Park Service” or “Joshua Tree National Park”, but not both.
On the top dashboard, if you click on a red bar inside one of the graphs, the other graphs will adjust to reflect the selection.
There are Undo, Redo, and Reset buttons at the bottom of each dashboard.
To view the data underlying one of the blue graphs, click on a bar to make a selection. After a moment, options will appear: “Keep only,” “Exclude,” and an icon of a table. Click the table icon to view the underlying data. A summary will appear in the first tab, and Full data will appear in the second tab.
To save any of the graphics generated by the dashboard click on the tableau toolbar at the bottom of each dashboard. Click on the link for downloading and select the images you wish to save. You can save them as image files or PDFs and copy and paste individual images into separate reports.
In order for this dashboard to work in Safari, you must set the "Block Cookies" setting to Never.
Last updated: 7-9-18
Explore patterns in observers regisetered to a Local Phenology Program via the Registered Observers dashboard. This dashboard will show the number of both active and non-active observers that are part of your Local Pheology Program.