Images Uploaded

11399

  • 69 Contributors
  • 77 Species

Species Modeled

14

  • 5223 Training Images
  • Covers 212 Individual Animals

Species Classification

88% accuracy

  • Evaluated on 1607 images
  • Average Image Quality: 4.58/5

Individual Identification

53% accuracy

  • Evaluated on 622 images
  • Average Image Quality: 4.62/5
Join our community to help develop the world’s first endangered species footprint database!
What Are the Benefits?
  • Discover what’s happening under your feet! Learn to decode animal signs on the ground!
  • Get rapid classifications on images you collect.
  • Compare your images with others working on the same species.
  • Get a ranking for the quality of each image you submit.
  • Have the opportunity to ask for feedback on any points of uncertainty.
  • Interact with other members of your group to track animals across boundaries etc.
  • Compete for a place on the WildTrack.ml leaderboards that show users by # of footprints collected (all-time and last 30 days) and which new species have been submitted
  • We're aiming for prizes down the line :)
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There are a number of ways to contribute:
Upload Images:

A large variety of good labeled images is essential to improve the performance of the model on current tasks as well as take on new tasks (for example: adding a new species, distinguishing between LF, RF, LH and RF foot). We typically look for a threshold of 100 images of a specific label type to include in the system.

The WildTrack website has helpful information on how to send images with more details on how to take high quality footprint images.

Note that we recognize that not all trails and footprints you come across are capturable as high quality images. We still urge you to send us what you are able to get. Even partial or lower quality images are useful to this project.

Leaderboard - Last 30 days
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Leaderboard - All Time
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Send us Feedback:

Your feedback on any and all aspects of this initiative is extremely valuable to us. Please use this link or the Feedback button (top right corner) to send us your questions and comments.

We are specifically looking for feedback on the overall project goals, this website and the image collection/submission process (via Epicollect or directly to WildTrack). However, we welcome additional questions and comments as well.