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Overview

Connect online

Connect in-person

Who we are

The Public Lab community:

The Public Lab community is backed by a non-profit to focus impact on environmental health justice. All the following links pertain to the nonprofit:

How we do it

Getting started

Open hardware kits for environmental monitoring and exploration

  • https://publiclab.org/kits -- the Kits Initiative, and home of Community Kits, the program where you can prototype your hardware project with the Public Lab community and distribute through our store
  • https://store.publiclab.org -- where you can buy (and sell) Public Lab open hardware kits

Software for processing environmental data, and data archives

Further reading

Community activity by geography

Community activity by the numbers



Website

The Public Lab website has two main types of content:

Navigating the Public Lab website:

Important pages that are both auto-generated by tags AND have an editable feature at top: * https://publiclab.org/questions * https://publiclab.org/methods -- includes social and technical methods, see https://publiclab.org/wiki/methods for further description, also described below under Website: how to write, format, and organize content

Guidance on how to write, format, and organize content * https://publiclab.org/wiki/authoring-help * https://publiclab.org/power-tags * https://publiclab.org/wiki-templates -- this page contains much of what could be described as "the Public Lab model" and should be highlighted more * https://publiclab.org/wiki/methods -- excellent guides for posting new methods


Public Lab is open for anyone and will always be free. By signing up you'll join a diverse group of community researchers and tap into a lot of grassroots expertise.

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