Electronic Data Collection and Analysis System
Yin Foo, Des; Foley, Margaret
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Technical Report WRD92039 Viewed at 15:07:17 on 29/07/2010 Page 191 of 192. Pumping history file, step test Pumped Bore Pumping Rates Book Number PH,12345,S,Q=1:i,16,17,12345,SWL=53.23,A.DD=25.1, 9/11/91, 756 Data step Obs. SWL Available Date Type Test Bore Drawdown Tested (b) Data CataJ.oguging The database is proposed to be established under a bore registered nu..m1:::>er system. That is, all test data pertaining to that bore, regardless of when conducted, will be stored in a directory denoted by the bore registered number. Subdirectories will be established for the particular tests performed as indicated in section E1 above. The naming system should be retained as the files are processed and located on the database. This format will represent the data collection accessed by users on a 'read only' basis. The entire process is graphically represented in the flow chart on Figure E.l. This data will be primarily utilised by a number of interpretation packages. Working and interpretation files (eg . sav) will be derived as a result and correct protocol (ie. a path is set) should be established to ensure these are saved on the users' personal working areas. For example, 12345.SAV relates to analysis on the pumped bore 12345. Once interpretation has been completed, this file should be stored in the users' private library for future reference.