But then you might want to keep it elsewhere available online through a web browserm aggregating info from the citations you recorded across years & smartphones (& different peoplem eventually), while also adding extra info to the database such as elevation over the sea level, nearest city/village name, nearest meteorological station (in case you wonder how much did it rain in that area beforehand that day in which I did find so little - or so many - mushrooms in that location ), etc.
All these data management ad enrichment is done in this project through R.
See some example graphs produced out of it.
Basic leaflet map with different base maps and different circle color and size depending on different criteria:
|Road map||National Geographic||Satellite|
Example citation view using as a base map:
Some pivottable to query the dataset in realtime and make heatmap-like aggregation tables through the internet browser itself:
First attempt to use Crosstalk package (instead of Shiny) to display map and table in Sync (failed, so far ;-)
If you want, comment, clone or fork and Enjoy! :-)