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Dependencies in Dataset #3333

uploaded by Johannes Schneider, MPI-C
during ML-CIRRUS mission

Entries (observed variables)

Information about observed variables of the current dataset.
No. Name
01 time (seconds since 20140407 00:00:00)
02 particle concentration between 250 and 280 nm (cm-3)
03 particle concentration between 280 and 300 nm (cm-3)
04 particle concentration between 300 and 350 nm (cm-3)
05 particle concentration between 350 and 400 nm (cm-3)
06 particle concentration between 400 and 450 nm (cm-3)
07 particle concentration between 450 and 500 nm (cm-3)
08 particle concentration between 500 and 580 nm (cm-3)
09 particle concentration between 580 and 650 nm (cm-3)
10 particle concentration between 650 and 700 nm (cm-3)
11 particle concentration between 700 and 800 nm (cm-3)
12 particle concentration between 800 and 1000 nm (cm-3)
13 particle concentration between 1000 and 1300 nm (cm-3)
14 particle concentration between 1300 and 1600 nm (cm-3)
15 particle concentration between 1600 and 2000 nm (cm-3)
16 particle concentration between 2000 and 2500 nm (cm-3)
17 particle concentration between 2500 and 3000 nm (cm-3)
18 particle concentration between 3000 and 3500 nm (cm-3)
19 particle concentration between 3500 and 4000 nm (cm-3)
20 particle concentration between 4000 and 5000 nm (cm-3)
21 particle concentration between 5000 and 6500 nm (cm-3)
22 particle concentration between 6500 and 7500 nm (cm-3)
23 particle concentration between 7500 and 8500 nm (cm-3)
24 particle concentration between 8500 and 10000 nm (cm-3)
25 particle concentration between 10000 and 12500 nm (cm-3)
26 particle concentration between 12500 and 15000 nm (cm-3)
27 particle concentration between 15000 and 17500 nm (cm-3)
28 particle concentration between 17500 and 20000 nm (cm-3)
29 particle concentration between 20000 and 25000 nm (cm-3)
30 particle concentration between 25000 and 30000 nm (cm-3)
31 particle concentration between 30000 and 32000 nm (cm-3)
32 particle concentration between 32000 and 40000 nm (cm-3)

Dependencies of the observed variables

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Most datasets are simple, e.g. like 10 entries depending on 1 entry. But there are other datasets which are far more complex; with relationships between various entries and even reversed dependencies.

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Direction of relationships

Entry A   Entry B
(=depends on)

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