Presentation on theme: "Advisory Meeting Tuesday February 19, 2013 (DRAFT DATE: FEB 17)"— Presentation transcript:
Advisory Meeting Tuesday February 19, 2013 (DRAFT DATE: FEB 17)
Contents 1. Maps and Reports of Tips and Social Media 2. Swift River Social Media Update 3. User Administration Features 4. Mobile App Login and Features
Maps and Reports Tips and Social Media Dashboard Regional and Local Maps Tip Details and Reports New Data Layers
Regional and Local Maps Tip Clusters Exploding Points Click to Identify Tip Points Click to Identify Social Media Points Tip Details Photo Lightbox Tip Report List and Filter Tips
Identify Tip Points
Identify Social Media
Photo Light box
List and Filter Tips
Maritime Data Layers Submarine Cables Anchorage Areas Shipping Lanes Commercial Vessel Density Ferry Routes Ferry Terminals
Maritime Data Layers: Submarine Cables
Maritime Data Layers : Anchorage Areas
Maritime Data Layers: Shipping Lanes
Maritime Data Layers: Commercial Vessel Density
Maritime Data Layers: Ferry Routes
Maritime Data Layers: Ferry Terminals
SwiftRiver Social Media Update API status/timeline UI status/timeline NLP status/timeline Ushahidi turns 5 this month. Latest version put to test in March in the next Kenyan elections.
SwiftRiver API Application Programming Interface (API) is how the Tips app queries the social media drops to display on maps and in reports. The SwiftRiver team has an alpha server ready this week for us to test.
SwiftRiver UI The User Interface features in the December video (API) work in conjunction with the API and will also be ready for us to test this week.
SwiftRiver NLP After the rollout of the API this month the SwiftRiver team will focus on training the Natural Language Processing algorithm. The process is continuous effort and the team will dedicate their resources on implementing the latest improvements in March. The team is reaching out the community for a computational linguist specialist for assistance in improving the algorithm. The team is in talks with academic partners.
Ushahidi Turns 5 The new versions of Ushahidi and SwiftRiver will be used in the March Kenyan elections, 5 years after the elections that gave rise to the platform. Among other things, SwiftRiver will be used to help groups monitor “dangerous speech” by analyzing tweets and blogs that promote the use of violence and misinformation to incite riots.
User Administration Types of Users: Trusted Users Tip Viewers Tip Curators SwiftRiver Managers User Administrators System Administrators
Add New User Options
Mobile App Test login feature. Forgot password? Go to https://incident.co.pierce.wa.us and click “Password help”. https://incident.co.pierce.wa.us
Automated Automated sent to tip administrators. Automated sent to trusted users.