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Learn more about HABhub features and capabilities!

Please browse the below blog posts to learn more about latest updates to the HABhub, and how these tools and features promote data access and analysis.

Visit the HABhub Guide

March 8, 2023

The HABhub guide provides a useful overview of the main functions and features of HABhub.  The guide can be accessed by clicking the “?” icon in the right-hand menu! The guide provides step-by-step instructions for accessing the main features of the HABHub menu, beginning…

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Timeframe Selection

March 7, 2023

Another useful feature of the HABHub is the timeframe selector that allows users to view data from a particular timeframe, and to include – or exclude – certain months of the year (for example, excluding winter months). Select the “Date Controls” icon on the…

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Create IFCB Data Graphs

March 5, 2023

Another excellent feature on the HABHub is the capability to make graphs specifically based on IFCB data, and to see real photos of the algae taken on a date and time. The Imaging FlowCytobot is one of the strongest tools in HAB monitoring efforts,…

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Creating time series plots of toxin monitoring data

February 16, 2023

One useful feature of the HABHub is that it can produce downloadable graphs featuring specific data as configured by the user.   To explore this capability, visit the HABhub, and select either the “Cell Concentration” or “Shellfish Toxicity” data layers from the right-hand menu, and…

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Saving your Map

February 9, 2023

Saving your Map The “Save Map” tool is located in the right-hand menu bar, and allows users to save a particular map configuration (e.g., data layers selection, geographic zoom, and timeframe).  By clicking on the icon, users are provided a description of the current…

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Customizing your color palette

February 9, 2023

One exciting feature on the HABhub data layer interface is the color selection tool. In the “Algal Species” section of the right-hand menu, users can select up to six species to view on the map, and by clicking on the colored square next to…

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