Shiny apps for acoustic surveys of Michigan and Huron

Two new apps have been published to allow people to visualize acoustic fish density time series and coarse-scale (stat district level) spatial patterns for data from 2004 to 2015. David Warner, Research Fisheries Biologist U.S.G.S. Great Lakes Science Center said they will be adding 2016 data as soon as the reports are through USGS review process.  
 
Although some of had hoped this would have bottom trawl data as well, Warners said they did not have time to work on that because the plots and maps need to be a fair bit different.  Perhaps that will be a goal to soon.
 
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The link to the GLSC web site that has the Shiny link (along with two others) is below.  The app with acoustic data is the third link in the list.
 
Direct link to Shiny app for acoustic survey data…
https://dmwarnerusgsglsc.shinyapps.io/AppDraft/
 
Link to GLSC page with two other Shiny apps (one with lamprey data by Jean Adams)…
https://www.glsc.usgs.gov/shiny-apps-0
 

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