Electronic Data Collection and Analysis System
Yin Foo, Des; Foley, Margaret
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Power and Water Authority
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Technical Report WRD92039 Viewed at 15:07:17 on 29/07/2010 Page 92 of 192. The need to process logger output data to convert to a universally usable format and an abbreviated storage form was identified in the second stage of the proj ect. A software package allowing flexibility in data manipulation and output resulted. Thi:3 package, namely 'DATMAN and LOGIN' (Reference 5), is recommended for use in processing logger data and, I"ith minor modification, used to process all existing data. As well, significant inroads were made ~n the provision of groundwater aralysis and interpretation packages for data users. Facility will be available for the field analysis of aquifer parameters uSlng the software packages "WHIP" or "GWAP" A groundwater modelling package was enhance the speed of the modelling also developed to process by using mathematical inversion techniques. The package v!as released as "110DINV" At this needs to be stage, a examined workable data retention in terms of location, system still facility and accessibility to data users. The "HYDSYS" currently bein<;J installed will offer part perceived system. data base system requirement of the
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