DataStream’s New How-To Video Series

February 9, 2021

DataStream’s new how-to video series provides guidance on using the open-access platform to publish and explore water monitoring data. The first four videos walk data stewards through various steps of the process, beginning with how to upload and update datasets:

These videos can be used alongside DataStream’s Upload Guide, found on our Resources page.

A data steward account is required to upload and publish data on DataStream. If you have a monitoring program with results you would like to share on DataStream, please contact us.

Have ideas for new helpful video tutorials? Let us know at team@datastream.org

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