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 The Campaign Authoring tool provides a graphic user interface that guides the user through a step-by-step campaign creation process and automatically creates the project XML content that can be uploaded to the backend. Users can click to view the temporary XML content at any time during the process. On-screen tool-tips describe each configuration parameter as well as potential values for that parameter. The Campaign Authoring tool provides a graphic user interface that guides the user through a step-by-step campaign creation process and automatically creates the project XML content that can be uploaded to the backend. Users can click to view the temporary XML content at any time during the process. On-screen tool-tips describe each configuration parameter as well as potential values for that parameter.
  
-An alpha version of the campaign authoring tool is located at [[https://​tools.idsucla.org/#​author/​]]. Please visit the [[https://​wiki.mobilizingcs.org/​xml|Campaign Creation Guide]] for more information on how to create your campaign. ​+An alpha version of the campaign authoring tool is located at [[https://​tools.idsucla.org/#​author/​]]. Please visit the [[https://​wiki.idsucla.org/​xml|Campaign Creation Guide]] for more information on how to create your campaign. ​
  
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 There are three different options available: ​ There are three different options available: ​
-  * **Android devices**: A native Android application called "IDS UCLA" is available from the [[https://​play.google.com/​store/​apps/​details?​id=org.ohmage.mobilizingcs|Google Play Store]]. Please visit the subsection on navigating the [[:​app:​android|Android App]]. +  * **Android devices**: A native Android application called "IDS UCLA" is available from the [[https://​play.google.com/​store/​apps/​details?​id=edu.ucla.oit.idsucla|Google Play Store]]. Please visit the subsection on navigating the [[:​app:​android|Android App]]. 
-  * **iOS devices**: The mobile application called "IDS UCLA" is available from the [[https://itunes.apple.com/​us/​app/​mobilize-mwf/id601202066?​mt=8|iOS App Store]]., please visit the subsection on navigating the [[:​app:​iphone|iPhone App]]. ​+  * **iOS devices**: The mobile application called "IDS UCLA" is available from the [[https://apps.apple.com/​us/​app/​ids-ucla/id1422869521|iOS App Store]]., please visit the subsection on navigating the [[:​app:​iphone|iPhone App]]. ​
   * **Web-based Survey Taking tool**: available on [[https://​tools.idsucla.org/#​survey]]. This tool allows users to complete their surveys using desktop browsers with two drawbacks: 1) there is no photo taking capability; instead, a user will be asked to upload a picture. 2) the GPS obtained from the browser might be inaccurate or unavailable. Please visit [[:​app:​web:​surveys|Web App Data Collection Tool wiki]] on how to use the tool.    * **Web-based Survey Taking tool**: available on [[https://​tools.idsucla.org/#​survey]]. This tool allows users to complete their surveys using desktop browsers with two drawbacks: 1) there is no photo taking capability; instead, a user will be asked to upload a picture. 2) the GPS obtained from the browser might be inaccurate or unavailable. Please visit [[:​app:​web:​surveys|Web App Data Collection Tool wiki]] on how to use the tool. 
  
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 //Public Dashboards//​ (i.e., Snackboard and Mediaboard):​ During Mobilize deployment 2012, two different datasets about snack and advertisement were collected by 13 LAUSD Exploring Computer Science (ECS) classes as part of their data collection exercise. The GPS data associated with each record was obfuscated to preserve students'​ privacy. The customized visualizations provide an interactive way for users to explore different data types (e.g. categorical,​ number, text, etc.), subsetting concept, maps, and time. The following dashboards are publicly available: ​ //Public Dashboards//​ (i.e., Snackboard and Mediaboard):​ During Mobilize deployment 2012, two different datasets about snack and advertisement were collected by 13 LAUSD Exploring Computer Science (ECS) classes as part of their data collection exercise. The GPS data associated with each record was obfuscated to preserve students'​ privacy. The customized visualizations provide an interactive way for users to explore different data types (e.g. categorical,​ number, text, etc.), subsetting concept, maps, and time. The following dashboards are publicly available: ​
-  * [[https://ids.mobilizingcs.org/#​dashboard/#​urn:​public:​trash|Trash visualization]] +  * [[https://tools.idsucla.org/#​dashboard/#​urn:​public:​trash|Trash visualization]] 
-  * [[https://ids.mobilizingcs.org/#​dashboard/#​urn:​public:​snack|Snack visualization]] +  * [[https://tools.idsucla.org/#​dashboard/#​urn:​public:​snack|Snack visualization]] 
-  * [[https://ids.mobilizingcs.org/#​dashboard/#​urn:​public:​nutrition|Nutrition visualization]] +  * [[https://tools.idsucla.org/#​dashboard/#​urn:​public:​nutrition|Nutrition visualization]] 
-  * [[https://ids.mobilizingcs.org/#​dashboard/#​urn:​public:​media|Media visualization]]+  * [[https://tools.idsucla.org/#​dashboard/#​urn:​public:​media|Media visualization]]
  
 === PlotApp === === PlotApp ===
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