The following is a list of commonly asked questions about RFCx Arbimon to help you get started!
Can RFCx Arbimon run in different web browsers?
Arbimon will run on most web browsers but for best performance use Mozilla Firefox.
How do I activate my RFCx Arbimon account if I did not receive a confirmation email?
Please check your spam box. If it's not there, please reach out to our support team via chat or email at email@example.com.
How many users can I include in my project?
You can include as many users as you'd like in your project.
Should I make my project public or private?
A public project means that anyone can view your project as a guest. Guests can listen to recordings, see the spectrograms and all metadata but cannot modify any part of the project. In a private project only you and users you authorize can access the project.
How can I see the name of the species in the visualizer?
To see the species in your project, you'll first need to add each species and call type to your project. Reference How to Add a New Species here.
Can I add a new species in the system if my species does not appear in the RFCx Arbimon species list?
RFCx Arbimon possesses a complete and detailed list of all mammals, birds and frogs of the world. If the species is unavailable, type unknown in the search box and select a Sp# and the sound type from the drop-down menu. If you would like to see your species name in our platform, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why does my completed job (e.g. classification, soundscapes) not appear in the analyses page?
Please refresh the RFCx Arbimon website page a few seconds after running your job, to view the results of your job.
How can I receive updates from the RFCx Arbimon platform?
Please add your email to our distribution list by scrolling down to the bottom of our website at www.rfcx.org, or follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.