Step 1 - Open Tree Data
On the left side of your screen you will find the different modules, including the GPS module.
In the menu that is located under GPS , you will find the item Tree data. Through this item you will find the screen with an overview of all your Datasets.
Step 2 - New data set
At the top of the overview list of all datasets, you will find the New dataset button. Through this you open the screen to create a new dataset.
Step 3 - Fill in dataset data
In the screen that then opens, you can enter the parameters to create a new activity. The following parameters must be filled in:
- Date: Enter the date when the data was observed.
- Name: Each dataset needs a name.
- Color scale: Indicate which color scale you wish to use for this dataset. Mostly Viridis.
Source: Indicate how you want to add the data to your dataset. This can be done in the following ways:
- a CSV file
- a NMEA file
- a shape file
- observations that you have added to your spraybook
Step 4 - Add data layers
On the right you can add different layers to your dataset. You do this by clicking Add.
For example: Volume in March, Volume in April, and so on.
Be sure to add all desired layers, these cannot be added afterwards. Then you need to create a completely new dataset.
Here you choose the cross-section of the surface you want to treat as the radius. The radius determines the area of a measured point.
As a conversion you have the following options:
- average: the average of the points measured. eg: soil data
- sum: for trees that lie in an overlap, the values of the observation are cumulated. eg: pear bud beetle observations
- minimum: here we look at the lowest value in which the tree plane falls. eg: number of blossoms
- maximum: here we look at the highest value in which the tree plane falls. eg: growth tree
- count: count is the number of observations that fall within the tree plane by their radius
Then click Save.
Step 5 - Generate dataset
You will then see a screen with an overview of your added dataset. Click on Generate dataset at the top right to add data.
Step 6 - Culture selection
Select the culture for which you wish to add data. At View you can search per culture or per plot. Then click Next.
Step 7 - Add dates
7.1 Adding data manually
If you have chosen to add your data manually, click Edit in the Cultures section. Then choose the right data layer to which you want to add data.
7.1.1 Add tree data
At the top right you can find several tools to easily add your tree data:
- = Move map
- = indicate trees, square
- = indicate trees, free
- = Zoom in and out
7.1.2 Indicate trees
Mark the trees to add a value. All trees that you designate together will also get the same value.
7.1.3 Adding Value
Enter the value of the selected trees. Then click OK.
7.1.4 Saving data
When all data has been entered, click Save. You will then return to the screen with the overview of your dataset.
7.2 - Add data via CSV file
7.2.1 Add tree data
Add the desired CSV file. You can obtain this from an Emlid GPS bulb, from third parties, ...
7.2.2 Link data layers
After adding the csv file you get a pop-up screen to link the columns (in the CSV) to the layers in Agromanager. The most important are latitude and longitude, if you have a column with values in your CSV you will link it to the respective data layers. If you have only measured trees, you link the data layer to the samples column.
7.2.3 generate data set
After this step you will generate the dataset through the button at the top right. During the generation of the file you can perform other activities in your account. This may take some time, depending on the amount of data to be processed.
Afterwards you can visually view the different layers with the blue button tree data map. From this screen you can also proceed to create a task card.