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  • #5505

    Lynx
    Participant

    Hello,
    I am having trouble accessing any historical measurements using the http://www.uradmonitor.com map. When I visit the site, it shows today’s measurements. WHen I change the date, it still shows the same measurements, or sometimes no graphic at all (apart from the map). Tried with Firefox 52 and Brave, both with Adblock/Ghostery, and Brave shields, turned off.

    I accessed the site with a Firefox “Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:52.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/52.0”, and with Brave “Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/61.0.3163.100 Safari/537.36” via a VPN server from USA at the time of writing.

    Browsing the historical radiation data is what I’d like to do…

    Thanks for any hints,
    Peter

    #5506

    Radu
    Keymaster

    Hello Peter,

    uRADMonitor has gathered an impressive amount of data since the project started. Public access is granted to the last 2 months of data only. For each data call, you should request not more than 30 days of data. What this means is that for any active unit on the map, you can look at radiation data for December or January.

    Access to full database is possible.

    #5509

    Lynx
    Participant

    Ok, I understand. But still, this procedure fails to produce historical data:
    1) Login with my account
    => Map shows world overview with temperature clusters of today
    2) Select Radiation
    => => Map shows world overview with radiation clusters of today
    3) Select Dec 1st, “Apply” in the date picker
    => No change in the map!!

    How can one access the database?

    Thank you,
    Peter

    #5510

    Lynx
    Participant

    Correction: Selected Jan 1st 2018.

    #5511

    Radu
    Keymaster

    That is correct. You also need to select the unit you wish to view.

    #5512

    Lynx
    Participant

    Ok, this works now for the selected unit, thanks for the hint.

    What I am interested in is to retrieve the historical radiation data of several units, none of which are owned by me, for private analysis. Is this possible? If so, what are the preconditions?

    The intent is to programmatically detect anomalies over many locations, e.g. spikes, together with timestamp and location. This allows for tracking fallout clouds more easily, and supported by computer tech.

    What do you think?

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