SABAP1 vs SABAP2 comparison (Southern Africa):
Please note that geoJSON files are mostly used by users of GIS
software who want to do further analyses. For most users the
species maps on the website will be sufficient, for example you
can zoom in to see the specific location of a species. However, if
you wat to analyse the data in more detail follow these steps.
First install a GIS programme such as QGIS (it
is free). You will then have to download the species's geoJSON
file under the species maps in the Downloads tab (for example
for Cape Rock-jumper). The following short tutorial will then explain
to you how to load the map into QGIS using the URL of the geoJSON
page - Click here
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