The 'Field data' tab allows you to visualize and analyze the information obtained from your machinery. You can check the results of different field operations, such as planting, harvesting, tillage, fertilizing, and more. You can also see if there are overlaps or gaps and how much was harvested in each area of the field.

How to upload and view a file

Make sure all the fields you're going to upload data for are saved in your account. The best practice is to upload vector files with field boundaries.

  1. Go to the 'Field Data' tab. To upload your file, either drag it into the browser window or click/tap 'Upload file'.

  2. Select the type of operation performed on the field and click 'Save'.

  3. Attach the file to a field: Select the file, click the three dots above the date, click 'Edit' -> 'Attach to field' -> select a field from the list -> click 'Save'.

  4. Use the button in the upper left corner of the map to switch between the types of data in the file.

The red and green scale shows the amount of grain per hectare. The greener the area is, the higher the yield is

Troubleshooting

'File is too large' error message

  1. We can only process files up to 10 MB in size. Here's what you can do if your file is bigger: Try compressing the file by creating a .zip archive. That way, you can reduce the size. If the file is under 10 MB, try uploading it again.

  2. Convert your file to another format. The 'Field Data' feature only supports shapefiles and .zip.

  3. Upload the data for one field at a time. For example, if the file is in the shapefile format, upload the .shp, .shx, and .dbf files (and other available formats) for each field separately.

'No data found' error message

The file you're trying to upload may not be supported by the app. Please use shapefiles (.shp, .shx, .dbf, .prj, .sbn, .sbx) or .zip files.

If none of these tips help, send us a message to care@onesoil.ai or in the chat. Describe the situation and attach the file.

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