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wq: a modular framework supporting mobile / web geographic data collection applications for citizen science, crowdsourcing, and VGI. Powered by Django REST Framework, jQuery Mobile, Mustache, d3, and Leaflet.
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wq

wq is a modular framework for citizen science field data collection via offline-capable mobile web apps.

Getting Started

pip3 install wq

See the documentation for more information. See https://github.com/wq/wq to report any issues.

Features

wq is made up of the following submodules, which are maintained as separate packages.

Module PyPI Github Description
wq_app wq.app wq/wq.app A JavaScript+Python library for building robust offline-capable HTML5 data entry apps.
wq_db wq.db wq/wq.db A collection of Django database models and REST framework to support design patterns common to data collection systems.
wq_io wq.io wq/wq.io A Python interoperability library for consuming and generating data resources in various formats.
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