Reporting

Reporting is critical for accountability to trappers, funders, councils etc. It's also really interesting. Find out more about the many easy reporting options here. https://trap.nz/reports

Project reporting

This is helpful for externally funded projects that are required to provide evidence of results achieved by the project.

 

The reports are broken into sections, Trap reports, Bait station reports, and Monitoring reports

The most commonly used are:  

Trap records with map View/Download trap records. Optionally filter by date, species caught, etc

Heatmaps are available via the layer switcher (top right of the map)

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Multi-project trap records Report traps across multiple projects

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Or Multi-project trap records (with map) This shows a difference between projects in a visual way. Allowing the users to see what each project is achieving.  

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Traps last checked

This shows the date the installations were last serviced. This helps ensure they do not fall outside of their default maintenance period.

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Trap date last checked with map