The contributions that are made to the App are showed on a map. By accessing the pop-up of each record you see the photo of the plant, together with the date of publication and the phenological data that have determined the allergenic risk. The degree of risk is classified into three categories (low risk, increasing risk and maximum risk) and represented by markers with green, yellow and red colors in the following way:
The filters provided in the map allow you to select the specific plant or groups of plants of your interest, so that you can create your personalized risk maps. In this way, you will be able to be save from allergy episodes by avoiding the visit of the most risky areas. Can you see the map in www.planttes.com and in the App.
Sometimes the map will show the message “Actualize record”, indicating that the phenological phase of the plant should be update. Here your participation is fundamental: visit the plant and update its state, and so you help us to maintain the map up to date!
On the other hand, in the map you can see the phenological changes registered to each plant by selecting its identifier (ID_plantes) in the web-map filters.
Behind Planttes there is a scientific community that validates the contributions of the users.