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Dependencies in Dataset #5100

uploaded by Birger Bohn, FZJ
during OMO mission

Entries (observed variables)

Information about observed variables of the current dataset.
No. Name
01 UTC (seconds after midnight)
02 j(O1D), (1/s)
03 j(NO2), (1/s)
04 j(HCHO)_R, (1/s)
05 j(HCHO)_M, (1/s)
06 j(H2O2), (1/s)
07 j(CH3OOH), (1/s)
08 j(HNO2), (1/s)
09 j(HNO3), (1/s)
10 j(HNO4)_1, (1/s)
11 j(HNO4)_2, (1/s)
12 j(N2O5), (1/s)
13 j(CH3COCH3)_1, (1/s)
14 j(CH3COCH3)_2, (1/s)
15 j(CH3CHO)_1, (1/s)
16 j(HCOCHO)_1, (1/s)
17 j(HCOCHO)_2, (1/s)
18 j(HCOCHO)_3, (1/s)
19 j(CH3COO2NO2)_1, (1/s)
20 j(CH3COO2NO2)_2, (1/s)
21 j(NO3)_R, (1/s)
22 j(NO3)_M, (1/s)

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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