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Reply To: Changes coming January 1, 2024 for Monitor My Watershed users

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Scott Ensign
Participant

    @juleschultz – We certainly understand how valuable it is for Monitor My Watershed users to share their data on their own websites. While there isn’t a direct way to share Monitor My Watershed webpages, there are several ways to automate the data download process for reprocessing and posting your data in a separate service. First, you can retrieve a csv file of all of a parameter’s data by copying the url from that sensor’s observations page. Look for the cloud download button; the url will look like this (with a different result_id):

    https://monitormywatershed.org/api/csv-values/?result_id=5081

    There are more sophisticated methods for retrieving data using Monitor my Watershed’s Time Series Analyst endpoint. If you use Python, check out Sara Damiano’s GitHub Gist notebook for instructions.

    To share a link on your website to all of your organization’s sites use this link:

    https://monitormywatershed.org/browse/?organizations=Spokane%20Riverkeeper

    Modify this link for other use with other organizations using the release notes on GitHub.