Cheking Progress

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hdelaconcha
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Cheking Progress

Post by hdelaconcha » Thu Nov 03, 2016 8:33 am

In order to check the progress of the data gathering I placed my Merida project in Florida in Miami-Dade county while I process the pollution and climate data, so I can run and see how the data is before submitting it. I have two questions, first whenever I finish with the data how do I "copy" or reload in a new project? Should I export to excel and import it? or is there another way?

Second can you send me a sample of how should I submitt my pollution and climatic data for Merdia?? Just to be sure.

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Horacio de la Concha
AGRINET SA de CV
Cuernavaca MEXICO
hdelaconcha@agrinet.com.mx
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Re: Cheking Progress

Post by Jason.Henning » Fri Nov 04, 2016 7:19 am

In i-Tree Eco v6 you can always save a copy of your project by selecting "Save a copy..." from the File menu. It is good practice to regularly create backup copies of your project.
Similarly, you can always edit your project location. You can change the location by selecting "Project Definition" under the "Project Configuration" tab. You may want to edit the information under both the "Project Settings" and "Location" tabs. If any of the options under those tabs are grayed out and unable to be edited be sure to change the "Editing Mode" to "On". The editing mode can be changed in the tool ribbon.

As far as submitting your pollution data we are currently working on a new process for handling international projects. Please see this site for more information, https://www.itreetools.org/news/2016new ... tabase.php. You will still need to submit precipitation, pollution, and location data but the exact format for that data is still under development. However, the data that you will need to supply will be comparable to this pollution data example, http://www.itreetools.org/database/Cont ... plate.xlsx and the precipitation data will be comparable to this example, http://www.itreetools.org/database/Cont ... plate.xlsx.
This new process for international projects is still under development and we will provide more details as they become available.
Thanks,
Jason

Jan 2017 - Post updated with new single worksheet pollution data and 1hr precipitation formatting required for integration in i-Tree Database system. Note -PM10 is not required in Eco v6 but is shown in this example dataset from Munich.
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