GROW has developed a program for any participants who are interested in downloading their sensor data in table format, for use in their own analysis.
If you are having problems with your sensor data we may also ask you to download your data to help us investigate the problem.
Here are full instructions for how to download and run the program.
Download the My Data program using the relevant link below.
When you view the page, click the ‘My Data’ link to download.
Windows – https://github.com/growobservatory/MyData/releases/tag/0.12
Mac – https://github.com/growobservatory/MyData/releases/tag/0.14
Linux – https://github.com/growobservatory/MyData/releases/tag/0.13L
(If you’re using a Mac, check the additional instructions below).
Open the application called Terminal
Enter ‘cd’ followed by the location of the folder where ‘My Data’ is stored.
Paste this into Terminal: chmod +x MyData
Double click the program to open it.
Before you can open the program, you may need to give permission.
Open the ‘System Preferences application. Go to ‘Security & Privacy’.
See the ‘Allow apps downloaded from’ section. Click the button to enable ‘My Data’ to open.
A window will open that asks for ‘username’. Enter the email address on your Flower Power account.
You are then asked for your Flower Power password. The characters of the password might not appear on screen as you are typing them, but just press enter when you are finished.
You will see ‘Login successful’ and a list of all your sensor serial numbers.
A CSV file for every sensor has also been created and saved to your computer.
The files are called ‘Flower power 9D58.csv’, with the ID number changing to match the ID of your sensor.
You will probably find these CSV files in the Documents folder or in the root folder of your computer’s hard drive. If you can’t locate them, search your computer for ‘flower power’ or for files of CSV type.
If you have any problems with this process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know if you’re using Windows, Mac or Linux.