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By George A. Howlett1, Ann Christine Catlin1, Kari Nasi1, Rachelle Howell
1. Purdue University
Visualize, analyze and compare experimental and numerical earthquake simulation data.
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Version 19.19 - published on 24 Jun 2013
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@ 02:10 PM on 14 May, 2012
5.0 out of 5 stars
inDEED is a very good tool for data visualization. It is straightforward to use, and very useful to help people understand the research data. In inDEED, you can view the test setup and sensor locations as well as do the sensor measurement plots. It allows you to easily create single-sensor or multiple-sensor plots for analyzing and comparing the data. It also allows you to create customized plots that fit your specific needs (e.g. plot the average of two sensors, plot the hysteresis curves based on force and displacement sensor measurements, etc.). This is the part that I like it most. By playing with the sensor measurements plots, I can study the experiment more easily and straightforwardly. What’s more, you can export the plots in different formats of images files. This is very useful too.
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