Our Q&A system is based at https://publiclab.org/questions -- but most of our questions are actually sorted by topic, on pages like:
These each have a prompt to ask questions about this topic, like this:
|How do you account for wind in an air study?||@kgradow1||about 2 years ago||0||2|
|How can we build this wind turbine to power lights?||@liz||almost 3 years ago||0||5|
|Seeking sources of local wind/weather data||@warren||over 3 years ago||0||3|
|How does data from a Kestrel wind sensor compare to an Modern Device wind sensor?||@warren||almost 5 years ago||1||1|
|Walkthrough: What software is used to get wind data off the Kestral?||@kgradow1||almost 5 years ago||1||1|
|How do we get data off of different wind sensors||@warren||almost 5 years ago||1||2|
|Can anyone help with weather station recommendations?||@stevie||about 5 years ago||2||4|
|Any simple ways to measure wind direction from a data logger?||@warren||about 5 years ago||0||1|
These can also be embedded on other websites off of PublicLab.org, as in this example:
See this example at https://store.publiclab.org/products/mini-balloon-mapping-kit
The code for embedding is a bit subtle, to the lower right of the questions tables -- you can click the
The generated code will look something like:
Paste the one your questions grid generates onto a site that allows iframes and it'll show up there!
Note: this also works for activity grids!