Changes between Version 297 and Version 298 of Event/2011/GCI


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Timestamp:
01/03/12 04:38:38 (10 years ago)
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Pat Tressel
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    279279To enter the data in spreadsheets, download the attached archive file "research disaster scenario.zip".
    280 That has appropriate CSV files with appropriate columns for the data to collect. Package the filled CSV files in a zip file like the original download.
     280That has appropriate CSV files with appropriate columns for the data to collect. Package the filled CSV files in a zip file like the original download.  (Ignore the req.csv file.)
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     282For the organization "sector", you can use the ones shown here -- use the "abrv" values:[[br]]
     283https://github.com/flavour/eden/blob/master/modules/startup/populate_data.py#L34 [[br]]
     284These are official UN sector names, and are very broad. Firefighting and police would be listed as "Protection", and any medical agency as "Health", for instance. Some agencies may provide more than one type of service, e.g. the Red Cross might manage shelters and provide food and medical assistance. List the main purpose of the agency.
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     286There is no official list of skills, since the names differ per agency. But you can select names of skills that are appropriate to disaster response, and the agency to which an invented person belongs.
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    282288(Note to students: If you have Eden installed -- which is recommended -- you can try uploading your data through the "pre-populate" function. Ask on IRC about this. Note to mentors: The recommended means of testing the data for this task is to attempt to import the data in a pre-populate folder.)