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  . on Android : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.plantnet
 
  . on Android : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.plantnet
 
   
 
   
  . and on the web : http://identify.plantnet-project.org/.
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  . access on the web also possible : http://identify.plantnet-project.org/.
  
  
* Create an account with a user name, and your email.
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* Create an account with a user name, and your email ; or use the TDWG accounnt (user name : tgwd2016 ; password : lafortuna)
  
* Take a picture of a plant, then  
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* Take a picture of a plant, then :
 
. try to identify with the image recognition service, then share your observation
 
. try to identify with the image recognition service, then share your observation
 
. or contribute directly with the name of the plant if you already know it.
 
. or contribute directly with the name of the plant if you already know it.

Revision as of 21:13, 29 November 2016

Pl@ntNet is a human network based on an IT infrastructure enabling identification, aggregation and sharing of botanical records at a massive scale. This project has allowed to develop a computational infrastructure able to propose among others, a mobile plant identification service based on automated image analysis. It was initially adapted for a fraction of the European flora, but is now extended to other tropical regions such as Indian Ocean flora, French Guyana flora, and North African flora.

How to use it :

  • Download the app on :
. on iPhone : https://itunes.apple.com/fr/app/plantnet/id600547573?mt=8

. on Android : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.plantnet

. access on the web also possible : http://identify.plantnet-project.org/.


  • Create an account with a user name, and your email ; or use the TDWG accounnt (user name : tgwd2016 ; password : lafortuna)
  • Take a picture of a plant, then :

. try to identify with the image recognition service, then share your observation . or contribute directly with the name of the plant if you already know it.