Texas Stream Team Dataviewer
Texas Stream Team (TST) Waterways Dataviewer
Waterways Dataviewer Webinar Trainings: Stay tuned for info on two webinar trainings on June 26th and 28th. More info to come soon.
The former Dataviewer has been split into two components: data entry software (TST Waterways Dataviewer) for those who input data and a public map (Datamap) that displays the locations and data of active and inactive TST sites.
The former Dataviewer site will remain live for a few more months while we complete the transfer of data. If you are a group leader or a citizen scientist that is designated to input data, you should have received an email from Aiqueous with Waterways Dataviewer account activation information. Please activate your account within 90 days of receiving your email. Once you activate your account, please do not enter data in the former Dataviewer. See tutorial here.
If you do not have an account and wish to view or access TST data, the Datamap has been created for the general public to view active and inactive TST sites and historical data. Links to our partner organizations are also included.
* The Datamap will be added May 30, 2018. Thank you for your patience.
At any time you may request data in a tabular format by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the sites or region you are interested in, as well as the relevant time frame. TST will send you a spreadsheet.
For data and sites related to the Colorado River, please refer to the Colorado River Watch Network.
Questions and Answers
*This page will be updated regularly as we receive feedback from our citizen scientists and partners. (Last updated May 25, 2018)
New Dataviewer Version 1.0 Release Date May 7, 2018
Original Dataviewer Version 1.0 Release Date April 2, 2012