I have a couple of questions:

1) I have been able to generate the grids on the QGis and i can see the plots on google earth but when i click inside the plot the survey card would not open, i designed a CEP file which apparently would not load on loading the project on collect earth properties.

What is the problem? I cannot classify Western Kenya without entering the data.

2) How do i download the script generated at automatically on seeing the plots on the google earth engine?

Could anyone please highlight for me the process of CSV generation on the earth engine that is starting from after seeing the plots on google earth?

asked 04 Apr '16, 09:31

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edited 04 Apr '16, 09:35

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Dear James,

What attributes did you add to the survey?? If you create a Collect Earth survey without any further action this survey will be "empty" so nothing will be shown on the pop-up.

You can check how to generate a Collect Earth survey : IN THIS VIDEO , it is a bit long but I think you will understand the process better.

If there is already one survey that you like in the downloads (check the list here ) section of Collect Earth ( IMPORTING AND EDITING A SURVEY ) then you might want to use it, check this other video on how to import a survey :

If you still have problems send the CEP file so that we can check it ( you can reply to this post with a URL to the CEP file in Dropbox/Google Drive)

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answered 04 Apr '16, 10:18

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edited 04 Apr '16, 10:33

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