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You can filter data in the
Home page, which can be accessed from the top bar. First you should restrict the datasets
in the sidebar by using the
filter menu. Please note, that only meta information for data you are allowed to access
is visible yet.
To select a distinct dataset you have to choose it on the map. When you click on it you see the meta information of the
respective dataset. On the bottom of this list you find two buttons. One to get a preview, and one to select the dataset.
You can run tools in the
Workspace from the top bar.
If you want to contribute, you'll have to ensure, that your meta-data fits
the V-FOR-WaTer data model. In practice this means, yu'll have to produce a
minimum amount of meta data and fit additional information into our scheme of
optional meta data.
variables section to learn more
to learn more.
identifier for the used coordinate reference system (EPSG number)
Additionally, your meta data will be associated to at least one project. This
project has a name and will link the metadata entries by a hierarchical
domain structure. This is basically a hierarchical labeling for
structuring the data in a project specific way.
The metadata entries can also be grouped by different domains in different
ways by associating more than one project to them.
In addition, the following metadata can be stored in V-FOR-WaTer:
with thrid party versions of the same data.
* sensor_name, manufacturer, valid_until, last_configured,
documentation_url and comment
* site_name, elevation, rel_height (sensor height relative to the
elevation), orientation, slope, landuse, comment
* soil_type, geology, porosity, field_capacity, residual_moisture
Only time series are available so far.
The following variables can be stored in V-FOR-WaTer.
The following license can be linked to the data so far: