Welcome to Hawk Talk Data Exploration!
Thanks to the amazing effort of more than 1,400 volunteers, data have been classified for more than 8,000 clips on Zooniverse for the Hawk Talk project! Over the past couple months, we’ve been busy translating your data into interactive graphs.
Now it’s your turn to use these interactive graphs to explore the data. Over the next couple weeks, we’ll feature a new theme each week using the data you collected to explore our research questions. We’ll take a look at your comments on the website, as well as in an upcoming live Q&A session, to surface the most interesting and important findings. Then, we will publish what we find in a public post!
When looking at the graphs, think about our main research question: “Do hawks use different kinds of calls in different situations at the nest?” Do the adults or nestlings use different calls depending on what they are doing? Does this change over time? Are there any other questions that pop up along the way? Share your observations, questions, and ideas in the comment forums below each featured graph.
To get started, check out the most recent blog post on the right-hand side at the top of the page for a guided discussion about a featured graph. You can also jump right into the data yourself by clicking “Explore Data.”
Want to know how we turned all of the community observations into these visual explorations?
Check out this blog post to learn more!
Want to know more about the Red-tailed Hawk Nest featured in the project?
Learn more here.