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Dependencies in Dataset #5620

uploaded by Funktional Ramses Sensorgruppe, DLR
during WISE mission

Entries (observed variables)

Information about observed variables of the current dataset.
No. Name
01 Timesec after midnight (UTC) in sec (UTC)
02 WGS84 Datum/Elliptical Height [m]
03 IGI actual track angle [deg+]
04 IGI body x-axis acceleration [m/s^2]
05 IGI body y-axis acceleration [m/s^2]
06 IGI body z-axis acceleration [m/s^2]
07 IGI vertical acceleration [m/s^2]
08 Velocity/East [m/s]
09 IGI ground speed [m/s]
10 true heading [deg+]
11 WGS84 Datum/Latitude [deg]
12 WGS84 Datum/Longitude [deg]
13 Velocity/North [m/s]
14 IGI body roll rate [deg/s]
15 roll angle [deg]
16 IGI body pitch rate [deg/s]
17 IGI body yaw rate [deg/s]
18 pitch angle [deg]
19 Velocity/Up [m/s]
20 Absolute Humidity [g/m^3]
21 Angle of Attack [deg]
22 Angle of Sideslip [deg]
23 Height above Sea Level calculated from met. data (fast) [m]
24 Pressure Altitude [m]
25 Machnumber [Ma]
26 Static Pressure (from NB_PSIA) [hPa]
27 Dynamic Pressure [hPa]
28 Calculated True Airspeed [m/s]
29 Total Air Temperature (deicing corrected, from BDY-TTQ) [K]
30 Dewpoint Temperature [K]
31 Potential Temperature [K]
32 Virtual Potential Temperature [K]
33 Virtual Temperature [K]
34 Wind Vector East Component [m/s]
35 Wind Vector North Component [m/s]
36 Wind Vector Vertical Component [m/s]
37 Horizontal Wind Direction [deg+]
38 Static Air Temperature (from BDY-TTQ) [K]
39 Relative Humidity with Respect to Water [%]
40 Humidity Data Source (1:Vaisala/2:SHARC_longpath/3:SHARC_shortpath) []
41 Horizontal Windspeed [m/s]
42 H2O Volume Mixing Ratio [micromol/mol]
43 H2O Mass Mixing Ratio [g/kg]
44 IGI RMS value for position x [m]
45 IGI RMS value for position y [m]
46 IGI RMS value for position z [m]

Dependencies of the observed variables

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Direction of relationships

Entry A   Entry B
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