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The creator of GrassrootsMapping.org and co-founder and Research Director for Public Lab, Jeffrey Warren designs mapping and civic science tools and professionally flies balloons and kites. Notable software he has created include the vector-mapping framework Cartagen and orthorectification tool MapKnitter, as well as open spectral database and toolkit Spectral Workbench.

He is Vice President of the board of the Open Source Hardware Association, on the board of alternative education program Parts and Crafts in Somerville MA, on the advisory board of Personal Democracy Media's WeGov and an advocate of open source software, hardware, and data. He co-founded Vestal Design, a graphic/interaction design firm in 2004, and directed the Cut&Paste Labs project, a year-long series of workshops on open source tools and web design in 2006-7 with Lima designer Diego Rotalde.

Jeff holds an MS from MIT and a BA in Architecture from Yale University, and spent much of that time working with artist/technologist Natalie Jeremijenko, building robotic dogs and stuff. To find out more, visit Unterbahn.com.


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The many types of evidence

by warren 7 months ago | 16 | 486 | 2

As a followup to our [introductory post](https://publiclab.org/notes/warren/08-18-2016/introducin...

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Calibrate your spectrometer in Spectral Workbench

by warren 7 months ago | 7 | 2,522 | 5

In Public Lab's [spectrometry project][1], we've long used compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) as...

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Wrapping up Google Summer of Code 2016!

by warren 7 months ago | 2 | 614 | 6

We've had some tremendous work on Public Lab software this past summer through our Google-support...

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Introducing the Environmental Evidence Project, a blog series from Public Lab

by warren 7 months ago | 5 | 5,033 | 7

Hello everyone -- Jeff Warren and Gretchen Gehrke here, Public Lab's Research Director and Data Q...

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Rich Editor project: Calling for alpha testers!

by warren 7 months ago | 5 | 521 | 1

Hello all -- it's been some time since the [original call for input][1] on the new #rich-editor p...

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Last week in Google Summer of Code

by warren 8 months ago | 0 | 425 | 1

Getting into the final stretch of Google Summer of Code (#gsoc) -- less than a month remains for ...

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Last week in Google Summer of Code

by warren 8 months ago | 1 | 361 | 0

Hi, all -- a smaller update after [last week's][1] (which included three weeks worth of changes!)...

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The last three weeks in Google Summer of Code

by warren 8 months ago | 0 | 338 | 0

Hello everyone! We haven't had a Web Working Group (#wwg) or #GSoC update for a little while, as ...

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Last week in Google Summer of Code

by warren 9 months ago | 0 | 611 | 1

I'm away this week, but will still be trying to do the usual twice-weekly merge from [PublicLab.o...

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Last week in Google Summer of Code

by warren 9 months ago | 0 | 527 | 1

Update: This whole post was written, from start to finish, in the prototype #rich-editor! ...

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This week in Google Summer of Code

by warren 10 months ago | 0 | 532 | 0

This week a lot's gotten done by our Google Summer of Code students. I'll jump righ...

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Recent updates on PublicLab.org, Google Summer of Code

by warren 10 months ago | 2 | 851 | 1

Hi, all - I wanted to summarize some of the recent activity by PublicLab.org code contributors, w...

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Survey for newcomers on interface design of new editor

by warren 10 months ago | 0 | 799 | 1

One thing we're working on for the new #rich-editor design process is seeking input and feedback ...

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Progress and thoughts on the new Rich Editor project, and a preview

by warren 10 months ago | 1 | 770 | 1

As you [may have heard][1], we're writing a new editor for PublicLab.org -- in fact, I'm using an...

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Tweaks to foldable mini-spectrometer design

by warren 11 months ago | 0 | 1,401 | 3

A few months ago, I taught a papercraft class at Parts & Crafts, ...

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Excellent photographers handbook design by LIFE magazine

by warren 11 months ago | 2 | 762 | 0

I came across this excellent, pocket-size handbook from 1970 on photography, with nice black and ...

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Early design ideas for the Rich Editor project

by warren 11 months ago | 9 | 671 | 0

There've been LOTS of great ideas posted, both in response to my recent [ask for input on the new...

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Announcing a new dashboard for PublicLab.org

by warren 11 months ago | 0 | 559 | 1

Hello, all -- you may have noticed in the past week that [the main dashboard for PublicLab.org](/...

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Great introductory packaging

by warren 11 months ago | 2 | 1,487 | 2

I recently saw a Photon Particle, a kind of WiFi enabled Arduino that...

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Announcing a Public Lab booklet: DIY Oil Testing

by warren 11 months ago | 1 | 1,240 | 5

Hello all -- today we’re announcing a booklet @gretchen, @stevie, @liz and I put together in Dece...

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Prototype of easy-to-build rigid spectrometer housing

by warren 11 months ago | 19 | 1,407 | 3

Building on work by @viechdokter and @stoft, and related to their and @yagiz's work on interio...

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Call for input on upcoming Rich Editor and Rich Wiki projects for PublicLab.org

by warren 11 months ago | 9 | 871 | 1

Hi, all - we're launching a new project for the PublicLab.org website to completely revise the re...

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spectral-workbench released for Node.js

by warren 12 months ago | 0 | 730 | 1

I spent a little time over the past few days to do a test, and was able to get the JavaScript por...

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Google Summer of Code 2016: draft proposals

by warren about 1 year ago | 0 | 1,798 | 1

Hello! If you're on some of the Public Lab discussion lists, especially the [dev list](...

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Honlian 60s LED nail polish hardener, various LED fluorescence updates

by warren about 1 year ago | 10 | 935 | 0

A nail polish hardening, USB-powered UV lamp at 398nm, for under $4. Read on! I've been c...

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Web Working Group Monthly Recap 11: February 2016

by warren about 1 year ago | 1 | 696 | 0

This past month was very exciting -- we [announced Spectral Workbench 2](/notes/warren/02-10-2016...

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BostonJS talks focused on welcoming new coding contributors

by warren about 1 year ago | 6 | 1,011 | 2

I'm speaking tonight at BostonJS, and some of the other speakers are doing really amazing talks o...

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Preliminary LED and isopropyl alcohol solvent tests for oil fluorescence analysis

by warren about 1 year ago | 6 | 1,871 | 4

Just wanted to post a followup to @matej's post about the Sunview Luncheonette event -- we had a ...

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Announcing Spectral Workbench 2

by warren about 1 year ago | 0 | 4,063 | 4

A couple weeks ago, we soft-launched Spectral Workbench 2, a...

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Web Working Group Monthly Recap 10: January 2016

by warren about 1 year ago | 0 | 749 | 0

Hi, all - this month's Web Working Group recap is very exciting, as we've launched Spectral Workb...

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Is this government security warning on NOAA new?

marlokeno asked about 7 days ago

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Good guides on doing a photo survey of a site?

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warren asked about 9 days ago

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JDEPC-OV05 camera intelligent exposure

tim_spec asked about 25 days ago

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what causes spectral colors to be reversed?

vgoebel asked about about 1 month ago

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Fraunhofer Lines at higher resolutions?

stef asked about about 1 month ago

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How to get spectral data in excel or other formats

suha asked about 2 months ago

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Can you process multiple images at the same time?

JonathanM32 asked about 2 months ago

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orientation of slit vs that of diffraction grating

wlkwong asked about 3 months ago

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Video Infragram

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jfd asked about 3 months ago

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Ambient/Light Bulb Testing

idev247 asked about 4 months ago

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How do I make a video from a series of photos?

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warren asked about 4 months ago

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Spectral Workbench recording time?

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dhale2 asked about 4 months ago

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Calibration of spectra fails

Paul_P asked about 4 months ago

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Why copy calibration does not apply?

aelobo asked about 4 months ago

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Intensity for spectra too low?

chuynh451 asked about 5 months ago

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Is there an iPhone app for foldable spectrometer?

CanfieldC asked about 5 months ago

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Can you share a link to project documentation?

vwls asked about 5 months ago

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Error on calibrating uploaded spectrum

sarahcm asked about 5 months ago

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Can anyone help me troubleshoot my NDVI imagery?

abdul asked about 5 months ago

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lightweight air quality sensors for a weather balloon

glenc asked about 5 months ago

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how to delete my spectra on Spectral Workbench

redleon asked about 6 months ago

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How can I reduce ambient light inside the Desktop Spectrometry Starter Kit?

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What's the best way to archive/store a timelapse video?

warren asked about 6 months ago

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Does the new Question feature work?

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warren asked about 7 months ago

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Question: How to rename a set?

AndrewJamesLaplante asked about 9 months ago

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Question: How do I get the calibration user interface?

PeterDH asked about 10 months ago

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