ESdat Desktop is a powerful environmental data analysis and environmental reporting tool; used to validate, import, analyze and report a broad spectrum of Environmental Data. It can be customized, and is suitable for use by a scientific or engineering userbase.
ESdat Desktop can be used for a wide range of data-types, and provides a comprehensive range of reporting and analysis functions. View your data on Exceedance Tables, Trend Graphs, Maps; as statistics and more.
ESdat has an internal environmental GIS, providing chemical and geological labels and point/attribute coloring at the click of a button. Features Include:
- Chemistry-Specific Data Labels showing compounds across or down, verses depth or date.
- Exceedances of specific guidelines highlighted
- Attribute or result coloring (or max / min / average at each point)
- Moveable labels
ESdat has it's own in-built GIS and can export to ArcView/ArcMap, MapInfo, Google Earth, DXF, and Surfer if desired.
This internal GIS is designed to allow users to easily see where their data is located and easily view their data as logical labels. This kind of ease of use and label output, particularly for timeseries or depthseries chemical labels, isn't available in generic GIS packages.
Mann Kendall and Linear Regression trend graphs can be produced for any time-series data. Features of graphs include:
- Mann Kendal or Linear Regression
- Annotated on the graph (TUp, TDn, and LH stand for Trending Up/Down, Last value Highest)
- Environmental guidelines / trigger levels
- Produced in Excel (can be edited like any other Excel chart)
- Save and open directly in Excel (doesn't require ESdat to be open so graph can be saved for non-ESdat users and can optionally automatically update)
- Templates can be customized.
Chemistry Tables are produced and exported to Excel. Users are able to specify:
- compound orientation & grouping,
- environmental standards to be included,
- exceedance formatting,
- other settings.
ESdat is able to produce a Chemical Quality Assurance Report summarizing the following QA checks and flagging any potential issues:
- Field Duplicates and Triplicates (RPD values)
- Field Blanks, Trip Blanks, Rinsates
- Trip Spikes
- Lab Duplicates (RPD values)
- Holding Times
- Inorganic Logic Checks (Ionic Balance, TDS>Na+Cl,COD>BOD etc..)
- Lab Control Samples/Reference Materials
- Matrix Spikes
- gINT and WinLog ESdat can export data to either of these bore logging packages, meaning all your data is centrally stored.
- ArcView, MapInfo, Surfer and Google Earth are GIS and mapping applications. ESdat has internal mapping functionality, and can also export to these packages.
- EVS (Environmental Visualization System) is a 3D visualization and modeling package.
- ProUCL provides many calculations useful for contaminated sites, including 95 percentile calculations using a variety of data distributions (ie normal, log-normal, non-parametric).
- Excel can receive a direct data dump, or graphs or formatted tables can be exported.