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2020.05.28 Scoping Webinar Discussion

Up to General TOT Scoping Recommendations & Feedback
  • May 28th Scoping Webinar Comments/Feedback/Discussion

    Posted by Lucas Furman at June 04. 2020

    Please utilize this forum space to capture feedback relating to our May 28th Scoping Webinar. Here is a link to the associated meeting records. If you have any questions or issues, let me know and I can walk you through how to comment, link, upload documents, etc.


  • Re: 2020.05.28 Scoping Webinar Discussion

    Posted by Justin Shedd at June 08. 2020


    Natureserve's project is an example of what the good map does not want to do.  There is zero need to create another fire atlas.  The minimal attributes was nice.  In my experience users (viewers) of these datasets (or webmap) place trust in the person/organization who has compiled the data.  They are there to see the data, not inspect it.
    Great example of an organization creating an authoritative dataset that needs to be leveraged.  The graphs and pie charts were cool but I don't know if they would have any utility.  I wasn't able to stick around for much of the Q and A but avoiding the kitchen sink cannot be understated.
    If you haven't reached out to the folks creating/running InFORM I encourage you to do so.  Many of the federal agencies use this 'system' and depending on the outreach and lines of communication states do too.



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