simple lab ques like last week (not assignment)

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just follow step, wont take you more than 1 hr.

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GEOG/ESE 379 (Intro to GIS Systems) Spring 2020 Week 14 Tutorial: Campus Emotion Mapping This is a fun project where you will collect data at different points using the Survey123 for ArcGIS App. While this app can be used to collect lots of different kinds of field data (e.g. health condition of an individual, buildings, utility services, street/walkway condition, etc.), in this case we will collect how we feel about the place where we are currently. In previous semesters, in this exercise we used to ask students to collect data on campus, but due to Covid-19 closures, we do not expect you to collect data from campus, nor do we expect multiple data points (because many of us are under shelter-in-place orders.) We will have two simple questions: 1) How happy do you feel being at certain location (maybe at home or your neighborhood)? 2) How safe do you feel in that location? Additionally, you can take a photo of the place where you are quarantining. At the end, you will learn how to create a web app showing the place where you are quarantining or any place nearby where you like to take a walk maintaining social distance. Before going to the detail instructions on how to implement this, here are the basic requirements for this project: - You will create your own survey form and then use it to collect field data. - You have to collect at least 1 point wherever you are located. If you can collect more, that will be even better, but we do not expect this during a quarantine. If you feel uncomfortable going outside, that is ok, and you can just collect one point wherever you are! Our motivation is to learn how to collect this kind of data, but we do not need to risk our health and wellbeing to succeed at this tutorial. - After collecting data, you have to create a web app showing your data. - Submit the web app as your response to the lab task of this week (Week 14). Survey123 for ArcGIS app is only available for iOS and Android. If you do not have iPhone, iPad or Android phone (or tab), you can contact Ben and get synthetic data from him (this isn’t ideal, but it will suffice). Step 1: Creating a survey form in Survey123 for ArcGIS Website For collecting field data using Survey123 for ArcGIS app, first you have to create a survey form through the Survey123 for ArcGIS website. 1. Before creating the survey form, ensure that you have activated your ArcGIS Online organizational account (with University of Illinois). If you did not activate your account before, you can go to this site and log in through your university NetID and Password: https://univofillinois.maps.arcgis.com/home/index.html Here is more information on Webstore if need any assistance with your ArcGIS Online Account. 1|P a g e Week 14 Tutorial: Field Data Collection Using Survey123 for ArcGIS GEOG/ESE 379 (Intro to GIS Systems) Spring 2020 2. Go to Survey123 for ArcGIS website https://survey123.arcgis.com/, click on Sign In and then click on Enterprise login. 3. In the Enterprise login section, type univofillinois under Your ArcGIS organization’s URL and then click Continue. 4. Click on University of Illinois under Enterprise login and then sign in through your NetID and password like you usually do for other university web services. 5. After signing-in, you will see Survey123 for ArcGIS interface. Now, to create a new survey, click the button “Create a New Survey” 6. On “Create a New Survey” options, you will choose “Using the web designer” then click “Get started” 2|P a g e Week 14 Tutorial: Field Data Collection Using Survey123 for ArcGIS GEOG/ESE 379 (Intro to GIS Systems) Spring 2020 7. You need to fill in all this information about your survey form. Follow information below: Name: Covid-19 Emotion Mapping_your NetID Tags: coronavirus, quarantine, emotion, geog379 Summary: This survey form is used to collect students' feelings during the Covid-19 epidemic. All boxes with * are required; you cannot leave them blank. Please enter your NetID in the survey name as mentioned above. For the Thumbnail, you can click and change with any picture you like, or you can leave it blank (ArcGIS Online will generate one for you later) 8. Make sure you have filled in all information needed, and when you’re done, click “Create.” 9. Now, you will start creating you survey form. Make sure you are on the tab “Add.” 10. Now create one by one survey question: a) Select the “Singleline Text” button, for the Label type Name of student, click “Save” and then go back to the tab. b) Select “Date”, type Date on the Label, type Date of data collection, then save and back to the tab. 3|P a g e Week 14 Tutorial: Field Data Collection Using Survey123 for ArcGIS GEOG/ESE 379 (Intro to GIS Systems) Spring 2020 c) Select “Time”, type Time on the Label, type Time of data collection, then save and back to the tab. d) Select “Single Choice” and type How happy do I feel being at this location? on the Label. Scroll down to “Choices”, now you will fill in choices. On the 1st choice type Happy, on the 2nd choice type Moderately happy, type No particular feeling for the 3rd. After the 3rd choice click “plus sign” at the 3rd choice to add more choice. Type Moderately unhappy for the 4th, and Unhappy or distressed for the 5th. Then save and back to the tab. e) Select “Single Choice” again and type How safe do I feel being at this place? on the Label. Scroll down to “Choices”, now you will fill in choices. On the 1 st choice type No safety concern, on the 2nd choice type Moderately unsafe, and type Unsafe for the 3rd. Then save and again back to the tab. f) Select “Image” and type If you wish to include a photograph, please add here on the Label. This function will allow you to take photo. Click save and go back to the add tab again. g) Select “Multiline Text” and type Any general comment on this location? on the Label, and click Save. This is an example of open-ended question which will allow you to type in any general comment about the location. 11. You have finished creating survey, but before publishing your survey form you need to make sure that your survey form is appropriate. You can preview your survey form. a) Click on Preview button at the bottom-right corner of the page. A new preview window will show up where you can preview the survey on desktop, phone, or tablet. Click “Phone” to see how it will look like on your phone. b) After your preview your survey form and if everything looks fine, you can close preview by clicking by X button. If you type incorrectly on your survey question, you can always edit your question before you publish it. You can click the question you want to edit, and the tab will automatically change to the Edit tab, then you can edit. Don’t forget to save after you edit. 4|P a g e Week 14 Tutorial: Field Data Collection Using Survey123 for ArcGIS GEOG/ESE 379 (Intro to GIS Systems) Spring 2020 c) If you think that your survey looks fine, and no more edits need to be done, you are ready to publish. Click Publish button at the bottom right corner. By clicking Publish, you will be able to view this survey through your mobile phone. d) When you click Publish, click “Don’t show this message again, click OK. Click Publish again, it will take a little time to publish, wait until it is successfully published. e) To check whether you successfully published, you can check on your survey form is on your “My Surveys”, click “My Surveys”. f) If there are too many survey forms, change the option below “My Surveys” to “Surveys I Own” where you will find your survey form ready to be downloaded on your mobile phone. Step 2: Accessing your survey form on Survey123 for ArcGIS App Now you have your survey form ready, and you can access it in your phone. For iOS users, you can use both iPhone or iPad. Please go to your App store, search ”Survey 123”, and look for 5|P a g e Week 14 Tutorial: Field Data Collection Using Survey123 for ArcGIS GEOG/ESE 379 (Intro to GIS Systems) Spring 2020 Survey123 for ArcGIS App . For Android users, please search “Survey123” in your Google Play and look for Survey 123 for ArcGIS App. Download and install the App. 1. Open Survey123 for ArcGIS app on your phone. It will ask you to log-in with your ArcGIS Online username and passport. Log in in the same way as you have done in Step 1 (i.e., go to Enterprise log in and then type univofillinois). 2. After logging in you will see “My Surveys”, where you will see all survey forms you have. Don’t worry if you don’t have one because this is your first time. Click on “Download Survey” to find the survey form you created. Under the “Download Surveys” you will see your Covid-19 Emotion Mapping Survey Form. If there are too many survey forms, you can search by your NetID. To download your survey form, click the download button. 3. 4. Now your survey form is available under “My Surveys”, and you are ready to collect data from the field. 5. Before you collect any data point, please review your Survey123 setting on your phone. Go to your phone setting, scroll down until you find “Survey123” then click it. For iOS users, see below: a) For the “Location” you need to change the setting to While Using to ensure that your location is recorded during survey data entry. Do this before you try to collect data. When you are finished, you can set this setting back to Never. b) Since you will be taking picture, set your camera setting ON, and for Cellular Data too, set to ON to ensure location accuracy. Although Survey123 can work offline, set your Cellular Data ON will allow you to save your responses while "in the field.” For Android users, please go to your Settings, and select Apps. Under the Apps, you need to find Survey123 Apps and click App permission. 6|P a g e Week 14 Tutorial: Field Data Collection Using Survey123 for ArcGIS GEOG/ESE 379 (Intro to GIS Systems) Spring 2020 a) Turn your Camera, Location, and Storage ON. 6. Now you are finished setting up your phone and are ready to collect data. Remember, you need to collect at least 1 data point as described at the beginning of this exercise. Step 3: Collecting data This is the most exciting part of this exercise, collecting data! You can decide whether you would prefer to go outside or not, but make sure that you capture at least one point. When you are ready you can begin to fill out the survey. 1. On your Survey123 App, click Covid-19 Emotion Mapping survey form (under My Surveys). It will show you short description about the survey form. Now click Collect. 2. You will see your survey form that you created in Survey123 website in Step 1. 3. Start filling in all survey questions. If you want to take a picture, click the camera button at the end of the questions. Once you are done, check again whether you have all information needed. 4. When you are ready to submit your survey, at the very bottom of the survey form, you will see the “Check-list” sign. Click it to submit your survey. 5. The app will ask you whether you want to “Send Later” or “Send Now”. If you want to send responses one by one, you can select “Send Now”, if you want to collect several points and plan to send together you can select “Save this survey in the Outbox”. See next step if you select “Send this survey in the Outbox”. 7|P a g e Week 14 Tutorial: Field Data Collection Using Survey123 for ArcGIS GEOG/ESE 379 (Intro to GIS Systems) Spring 2020 6. If you selected “Send this survey in the Outbox”, the point will be saved in your Outbox (picture below). Whenever you want to save this response to your ArcGIS Online account, click the Outbox, and click the Send button at the lower right corner. 7. When you are finished surveying one place, you may either pause there, or if you want, you can try collecting some different points. If you do not feel comfortable going outside due to stay-at-home order in your area, just let you point data come from a safe area where you are. There is no need to travel for this assignment this semester. Step 4: Check you results, create web map, and do online symbology When you are finished collecting data in the field, log-in back to https://survey123.arcgis.com/ and click “My Surveys”. You will see your survey form there with the number of responses you have (see the red box on picture below). If you have at least 1 point collected that will be great. Now you can see your collected data as points, and will create a web map with those points. 1. Click on Covid-19 Emotion Mapping form, and you will see your results from your field data collection. 2. Click the Data tab, which will allow you to see all your data points. Under the map of your response locations, you can see the attribute table associated with each point. 3. Click Open in Open Map Viewer This button will bring you to a bigger map, where you can see the distribution of your point(s). 8|P a g e Week 14 Tutorial: Field Data Collection Using Survey123 for ArcGIS GEOG/ESE 379 (Intro to GIS Systems) Spring 2020 4. Now you are ready to create a web map. Click the drop-down on Save, then Click Save As. On Save Map, type Covid-19 Emotion Mapping_your NetID on the Title (type in your NetID in the title). For Tags, type GEOG379, Lab14, and SP2020. On Summary, you can type Yourname’s Covid-19 Emotion Mapping. For Ben, he typed Ben’s Covid-19 Emotion Mapping. When you finish, click SAVE MAP box. Don’t worry if it seems nothing changed when you have saved it. It is actually saved into your ArcGIS Online account. You will see this later when you log-in into your ArcGIS Online account. 5. Now, you will be working on map Symbology online. You did Symbology in ArcMap, but now you will be doing it online. You will rename your layer first, under the Contents, click you Survey123 layer, right click the dots (…) and it will show you some options below: Click Rename, delete the current name and replace with Covid-19 Emotion Mapping. Then click OK. Now your layer name has been changed to Covid-19 Emotion Mapping. 9|P a g e Week 14 Tutorial: Field Data Collection Using Survey123 for ArcGIS GEOG/ESE 379 (Intro to GIS Systems) Spring 2020 6. Now you will do symbology, under the Covid-19 Emotion Mapping layer, click Change Style .Under the Choose an attribute to show, click drop-down next to Show location only and select How happy do I feel being at this location? Under the Select a drawing style, you will use Types (Unique symbol), click OPTIONS under the Types (Unique symbol), then click Symbols. When you click Symbols, it will allow you to change your symbology. Now, you can change color for each emotion. Click one by one color next to the emotion. For FILL, pick the color as assigned below. Then click SHAPE, you don’t need to change the shape, just change the Symbol size to 12. Then click OK when you finish on FILL and SHAPE parts. Do this for all emotions you wish to fill. Happy: dark green Moderately happy: light green No particular feeling: yellow Moderately unhappy: orange Unhappy or distress: red Make sure your final symbology for each emotion arranged as below: When you finished symbolizing, click OK, the click DONE. 10 | P a g e Week 14 Tutorial: Field Data Collection Using Survey123 for ArcGIS GEOG/ESE 379 (Intro to GIS Systems) Spring 2020 Your map could look like the one below: When you are satisfied with your map, click Save. Step 5: Share and configure web app in ArcGIS Online At this point, you will create a web app and share it through ArcGIS Online. It was mentioned at the previous step that when you saved you web map in Survey123 website, it will be saved in your ArcGIS Online as well. Now you will be working on ArcGIS Online. 1. Log in to ArcGIS Online https://univofillinois.maps.arcgis.com click sign in (if you are not already signed in there) and sign in through the Enterprise login option as you did for Survey123 website. 2. After signed-in, click Content. 3. Under Content, you will see you Web Map. Click your Covid-19 Emotion Mapping. 4. Under the Covid-19 Emotion Mapping, you will share it first. Click Share at the right side of the page. 11 | P a g e Week 14 Tutorial: Field Data Collection Using Survey123 for ArcGIS GEOG/ESE 379 (Intro to GIS Systems) Spring 2020 5. Under Share, check the button for Organization and then click Save. 6. Now you will create a web app. Click the drop-down next to Create Web App. Then select Configurable Apps. 7. Under the Create a web app you have a lot of options of templates, for this exercise you will choose Story Map Basic template. Scroll down and select Story Map Basic. 8. Click CREATE WEB APP, under the Create a web app, it will automatically give you information that you have filled in in Survey123. 12 | P a g e Week 14 Tutorial: Field Data Collection Using Survey123 for ArcGIS GEOG/ESE 379 (Intro to GIS Systems) Spring 2020 9. Below is the interface of your web app. Leave everything as default and click Close. 10. After closing the Configure: Covid-19 Emotion Mapping, you will be back to the contents page. Click View Application to see you web app. Take a screenshot of your web app and submit it as your lab task credit of this week. 11. To see the URL of your web app, scroll down on the Contents page and find it the bottom right corner, and simply copy the web app URL for your Lab task credit of this week. 13 | P a g e Week 14 Tutorial: Field Data Collection Using Survey123 for ArcGIS ...
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