The Citizen-participatory Wildlife Monitoring Survey (Ikimoni) is an application that aims to collect and release data on butterflies in Tokyo. Supporting data accumulation by citizen-participatory monitoring, data quality management, data release, and data analysis, this web-based system for crowd-sourcing in the field of biodiversity can be used to understand the biodiversity etc. of the region.

Citizens use a data input page to upload survey entries and pictures of butterflies. Butterfly specialists then cleanse the data using a data quality management tool. Once the quality check is complete, the data is generally released and made available for anyone to use.

How to Use

An account is not necessary to use the data. However, please apply to the DIAS Office:
for use in data analysis.

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