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I just tested downloading data for the past month and I opened the file which shows a month of data.
Something has changed- when viewing my account on the map I only have the option of choosing a time interval- not rads or temp.
*** Oops..my browser window wasn’t large enough and the header was covering the rad and temp data option. Unrelated to the original concern posted above.
The climate solutions contest is now evaluation mode – you can still give proposals a thumbs up!
Global Environmental Monitoring network by Radu https://climatecolab.org/contests/2017/shifting-attitudes-and-behavior/c/proposal/1334082
Ah! Okay, glad Radu jumped in with the fix. 🙂
Hello Jef – have you clicked in the location sections of your unit in the dashboard? You should be able to edit the lat/long, altitude (https://www.daftlogic.com/sandbox-google-maps-find-altitude.htm) and city sections.
Welcome to URADMonitor!
Kon’nichiwa Koh…. I was glad to see you have a URADMonitor in Tokyo. I’ve followed the Fukushima disaster since 2011 and I think that you will be help us understand the impacts. Arigatōgozaimashita.
That straight-line drop reminds of when power is cut or systems are reset (rebooted). Was there a power interruption? That might explain the drop event – for the data change… re-analyzing after power cut? I don’t have a solid answer on that.
Thanks for checking, Cristian. Your data looks good. One factor here in Uruguay that may explain the spike is that this country has the weakest magnetic field of all nations. Thinking that creates some vulnerabilities to space weather.
I asked Radu about my offline status and he responded with: “It’s a server issue I am working to fix. The server has been migrated to SSL/HTTPS and this created the issue. I’ll report back.” and later “Problem fixed” – so, your issue ought be resolved now also. Let us know if you still get the error code.
Awesome thanks, Radu! I was concerned the issue was on my end, so glad you found the solution. 🙂
Wonderful! What was the solution?
Really great to know, Radu, Thank You!
I think that once you’ve set the lat long and those coordinates are saved and reflect in your dashboard as accurate – the system ought update the country based on the lat long. What is your unit ID number?
After Fukushima blew up (311) a group of people got together and began making radiation detectors.Their efforts received the attention of some financiers and today, they have a relatively large network of mobile and stationary radiation detection volunteers – they are know as Safecast. This may be why URadMonitor’s representation in Japan is nominal. http://safecast.org/tilemap/?y=37.467&x=140.935&z=10&l=2&m=0