Platform (Android, iOS, Website): Website
Browser, if a website issue (Firefox, Chrome, etc) : Firefox
URLs (aka web addresses) of any relevant observations or pages:
Screenshots of what you are seeing:
Description of problem (please provide a set of steps we can use to replicate the issue, and make as many as you need.):
Step 1: In the Nemertea taxon page you can see who is the top identifier and their IDs
Step 2: Now, if you go an click in Leaderboard the number of identifications from the top identifier don’t match (with Top observer and observers the observations match)
I believe this is a known bug, someone should find the original report so a moderator can merge them.
I believe this is a difference in IDs added (first instance) vs. observations with that ID and identifier (second instance). That user has added 83 IDs of that taxon, but only 67 observations identified by that user have the ID of that species (presumably because some IDs are disagreements and the observations are a higher level taxon).
See this post:
And this related feature request:
You only linked the bug report, not the feature request, fyi.
I agree it’s confusing, but in the second example, the “identifications” are specifically only tied to certain observations; that’s just how the Explore page works. I think it’s helpful to have both.
Maybe a good solution could be that when you hover the mouse over the # of IDs in the Taxon page it says what that number means, and something similar with the Leaderboard
They’re not labelled as exactly the same thing. I agree that having them linked through the Leaderboard button is confusing and there should probably be more of an explanation somewhere.
Is it needed to create a new feature request? or I can make a comment under the old