sensors.AFRICA is a citizen-science focused project by Code for Africa that seeks to address data gaps by providing low cost sensors, which people can use to measure and monitor the quality of the air, water, and sound in their communities.
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The key goals for this site:
- Provide an online platform to explore sensors.AFRICA data and initiatives (networks)
- Provide information + contacts on how users can kickstart their own network
- Provide an action path to petition local governments to do something about the quality of environment
Run the following command to get started
git clone https://github.com/CodeForAfrica/sensors.AFRICA.git cd sensors.AFRICA yarn yarn start
Following Facebook's guide on deploying React App on GitHub Pages, site deployment can be done by simple doing:
Map - https://github.com/CodeForAfrica/sensors.AFRICA-AQ-map API - https://github.com/CodeForAfricaLabs/sensors.AFRICA-AQ-api Grafana and TICK Stack - ./contrib/grafana-and-tick
If we have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants. - Isaac Newton
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GNU General Public License v3.0
sensors.AFRICA is a citizen-science focused project by Code for Africa that seeks to address data gaps by providing low cost sensors, which people can use to measure and monitor the quality of the air, water, and environment in their communities. This web app seeks to be the public portal through which most users would discover and explore the data and intiative.
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