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LEAFFEST 2014 accounting

by cfastie |

cfastie was awarded the Photo Documentation Barnstar by stevie for their work in this research note.


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18
LEAFFEST attendees
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10
tents on lawn
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50
% of attendees at their first LEAFFEST
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1
posters in poster session
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lots x 10²
times water was boiled for coffee and tea
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9.2
pounds of hamburger consumed
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3
UAV flights
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1
Infragram UAV flights
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1
expert UAV pilots present
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2
Riffles dunked in Lake Dunmore
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≈3.7
PhDs deployed to dunk Riffles in Lake Dunmore
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1
wader gnomes observed in Lake Dunmore
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0.5
minutes between soldering and departure for Lake Dunmore
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12
solanaceous vegetable varieties picked from garden and consumed
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7
meals served
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number of intense intellectual exchanges
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≥∞
number of memorable conversations
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1
attendees truly prepared for fluorescence spectroscopy
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≥2
versions of Coqui built and put to work
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31
tweets with #leaffest2014
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200.00
years since the Star Spangled Banner got its name
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Thanks everyone for the best LEAFFEST ever. See you next year.

Thanks to Public Lab and Rackspace for supporting LEAFFEST this year.



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5 Comments

ugh, how did you get red infragrams?


Scott, we have many Infragram tricks up our sleeves. But the red image above is just a snapshot of the false color IR version of the "blue" Infragram (using a red Wratten 25A filter) which can be seen in the Gigapan embed in this note. It is made by swapping the red and blue channels of the bluish Infragram photo so NIR is red and red is blue and green is green, and the result superficially resembles an NRG CIR where NIR is red, red is green, and green is blue. I guess some of the things up our sleeves can be a little confusing.


Looks terrific, great event, great notes.


Here are my favorite photos!

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This is also now the most-liked research note ever! http://publiclab.org/notes/liked/


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