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Where do I put my .IND file in Project Warehouse?
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inDEED - Editing a Mapping File (*.ind File) from within inDEED
When you launch inDEED outside of the Project Warehouse, it becomes possible to edit your inDEED mapping file (*.ind file) from within the inDEED tool. This is particularly useful if you are...
inDEED - Creating a Plot in inDEED
The inDEED tool has several plot types already built-in to the tool. This tutorial will show you how to create a plot using one of the built-in plot types. If you need to create a plot type that...
inDEED - Launching inDEED through the Project Warehouse
When a user clicks on an interactive data file in the Project Warehouse, the inDEED tool is automatically launched to display the file. This tutorial tells you how to determine if an experiment...
Data Visualization using inDEED
Data Visualization with inDEED
This page describes how data visualization using the inDEED tool works. This page is aimed at helping researchers who are creating interactive data files...
inDEED - The CSV File Format
The CSV File Format
The CSV file format was created in order to provide additional information about data files and is optional for researchers. inDEED can utilize a non-formatted data file as...
Data Visualization in the NEEShub
1 About Data Visualization in the NEEShub
2 Improving the Data Visualization Tools
3 About this Wiki
4.2 Advanced Topics
inDEED - Launching inDEED Outside of the Project Warehouse
Most users will launch inDEED through the Project Warehouse, but researchers who are creating inDEED files or using inDEED to analyze their data may need to launch inDEED on data files that are...
inDEED - Associating Data Sets
The inDEED tool allows you to designate associated data sets (i.e., data files that should be viewed together). This allows researchers to help users locate the data files that should be viewed...
inDEED - Editing Plots in inDEED
Editing inDEED Plots
Once you’ve created a plot using the inDEED tool, you have several options for editing that plot. This tutorial walks you through those editing options.
inDEED - Creating an Index File
Do you have more than one data file format?
When you open a data file using inDEED, the tool must make a decision as to which mapping file (*.ind file) to use with that data file. If there is...
NEEShub Boot Camp Wiki
The NEEShub Boot Camp is a series of webinars hosted by NEEScomm aimed at familiarizing student researchers with the expectations for projects on NEEShub.
Specimen Authoring Tool - The File Mapping Process
inDEED - Loading Multiple Files in inDEED
You can open multiple data files in the inDEED tool. These files can either have the same format and share an inDEED mapping file (*.ind file) or they can have different formats so long as both...
inDEED - Creating Custom Plot Types in inDEED
The inDEED tool comes already equipped with some of the most basic plot types
All sensor types can be plotted vs. Time
All sensor types can be plotted vs. Sample Number (e.g., the first data...
inDEED - Editing Axis Options in inDEED
When you create a plot in inDEED, the tool automatically determines the axes labels, limits, number formatting, etc.
The axis format can be changed via the Axis Options dialog box.
To access the...
inDEED - Exporting Data and Images from inDEED
The inDEED tool has the ability to export the data from or image of a selected plot.
Create a Plot
Select the sensors whose data or graph you want to export, and create a plot.
Structural Engineers Learn Lessons From Failures Through Digital Databases
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09 Apr 2012 | Notes | Contributor(s): NEES Media Communications, Marti LaChance
Engineering News Record (ENR.com) | April 9, 2012 Authors Covers the NEEShub. Quotes Santiago Pujol.
How to represent missing values?
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Three Piers Project Description for inDEED visit to UIUC
17 Sep 2010 | Active Documents | Contributor(s): Thomas Frankie
The presentation describes activities in 2010 at the MUST-SIM Facility at the UIUC