There is a StraboSpot demonstration trip led by Allen Glazner for the Petrology part of StraboSpot.
Here is the schedule:
Saturday, Oct 6: gather at Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) by noon for departure to Bishop. Lodging at Owens Valley Station of the White Mountain Research Center (www.wmrc.edu).
Sunday, Oct 7 and Monday, Oct 8: Field and classroom projects involving Strabo.
Tuesday, Oct 9: Depart Owens Valley Station for Crooked Creek Station; project en route in the White Mountains.
Wednesday, Oct 10: Field project and wrap-up.
Thursday, Oct 11: Depart Crooked Creek Station for Reno; arrive Reno by 4 p.m.
StraboSpot had a booth at the 2018 Earth Educators Rendezvous and co-lead a field trip. Here is a nice thank you from NAGT.
NAGT thank you 2018
This eLightning Poster was part of session IN11D: Developing Innovative Tools and Services to Enable Data Use Across Broad User Communities I. You can view the other eLightning posters in the Session Gallery or view the poster.
This poster was shown at several conferences including the Geologic Mapping Forum in Minneapolis, MN and the Digital Mapping Techniques (DMT) workshop in Lexington, KY. The first panel (on the left) gives an overview of all the components in StraboSpot- a free mobile app for iOS and Android devices and an online graph database. The middle panel showcases features of the mobile app and projects (including University of Kansas Field Camp) where StraboSpot has been used. The right panel deals with how the data is stored within a graph database and shows the interoperability of StraboSpot with ArcGIS and QGIS. MN_Poster_v3
StraboSpot was featured on the January 2018 call for the NSF EarthCube Science Software Committee. Here is a link to the call:
Here is a document giving an idea of how to get started with Strabo. Strabo_Slide_Show2 opt