September 30, 2016

Announcing the 2016 eBird-India data challenge!

datachallengepromo-400pxA large number of birdwatchers across India have been using eBird over the last 2-3 years, and have collectively generated a huge amount of information on the birds of our country.

The eBird-India Data Challenge invites anyone interested to download the information collected and use it to tackle any interesting question or problem — limited only by your creativity!

Even if you aren’t sure you know how to handle a large dataset, you can still contribute your ideas for what can be done with the information — and perhaps someone will take up the question or problem you pose.

The eBird-India data challenge: help bring meaning to the largest database on Indian birds!

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Lakshmikant Rajaram Neve
Lakshmikant Rajaram Neve
5 years ago

Please give Highlights of this challenge separately

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