The Automated Data Analysis Plotting Toolset (ADAPT) enables users to manage and analyze Xact-measured metals in near-real time through a number of relevant graphical tools. ADAPT produces research-quality graphics to provide a better understanding of the metal emissions influencing the monitoring site. Metal concentrations are analyzed in multiple forms to deliver unique insight on the temporal and variability trends. The software program also incorporates meteorologcical data to automatically estimate direcitonality of the peak metal concentrations observed at the monitoring site. This toolset will equip the Xact user with a better understanding of the metals data to make decisions towards managing metal emissions in the air shed.
ADAPT produces a variety of graphics to examine Xact-measured metals data collected over time and displays them through an intuitive user interface on the instrument. These plots allow the user to examine the metals contribution to each sample in addition to the concentration trends over time. The graphics are designed to track the high metals concentration events and capture the variability resulting from source emission patterns. Wind regression and other regression graphics included in the ADAPT provide and estimate of the directionality of peak metal concentrations.
- Intuitive user interface displayed on Xact 625
- Hourly metals composition efficiently displayed
- Temporal data analysis to reveal peak concentration events
- Daily and time-of-day distributions to capture variability
- Correlation examination for identifying co-varying metals emissions
- Automated wind regression analysis for estimating source directionality
- Graphical reports accessible in near real-time
- Results displayed with numerous journal-quality graphics
- Cost effective resource for monitor the efficacy of the control strategies
- Drastically reduces data processing time
- Designed by air quality researchers with over 50 years of combined experience
- Beneficial for air quality managers and environmental agencies