User Guide


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Chapter 1 Introduction

    Let's start from the beginning - what is WildTrax and what are its objectives? To manage all components of environmental sensor and biological data from...

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    Chapter 4 Acoustic Data

      Autonomous recording units (ARUs) are sensors that allow for the automated collection of acoustic recordings over extended periods of time, resulting in the accumulation of large...

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      Chapter 5 Image Data

        Environmental sensors such as remote cameras are rapidly replacing conventional human survey techniques. Remote cameras are used to capture images of mammals and other taxa. Such sensors allow for...

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        1.3 User Settings

          The user settings dashboard can be accessed by hovering over your username in the top-right hand corner of the ribbon when you're logged into the system.

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          1.2 Create an Account

            WildTrax operates under a role-based access control system, meaning a user in the system represents an individual, not an organization or a group of people....

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            1.1 About this Guide

              "WildTrax: The Definitive Guide" was developed by the Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute (ABMI), the Bioacoustic Unit (BU), and the Bayne Lab at the University of Alberta. The...

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              2.6 Map

                The map shows all locations that have spatial metadata for your organization. Buffered locations have halos around them whereas true locations are fixed points. You can zoom in to see...

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