NoiseTube is a service that allows users to upload an application to their smartphones to collect and monitor data on noise pollution. Users can collect noise data and contribute the data to the NoiseTube community for mapping and visualization.
The NoiseTube API allows developers to integrate NoiseTube into other applications. Methods include collecting and feeding data into the NoiseTube server based on times and locations specified, as well as searching and accessing Noisetube data from the server based on certain criteria, such as a geographic location, the most recent measurements, and data from a given date.
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