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Dependencies in Dataset #777

uploaded by Harald Bönisch, U Frankfurt
during TACTS mission

Entries (observed variables)

Information about observed variables of the current dataset.
No. Name
01 MEAN SAMPLE TIME (UT SECONDS) from 00 HOURS ON FLIGHT DATE
02 0: maximum PV (PV_MAX) along trajectory [pvu]
03 1: PV (PV) along flight path [pvu]
04 2: minimum PV (PV_MIN) along trajectory [pvu]
05 3: maximum pressure (P_MAX) along trajectory [hPa]
06 4: pressure (P) along flight path [hPa]
07 5: minimum pressure (P_MIN) along trajectory [hPa]
08 6: maximum pressure distance (DP_MAX) to tropopause along trajectory [hPa]
09 7: pressure distance (DP) to tropopause along flight path [hPa]
10 8: minimum pressure distance (DP_MIN) to tropopause along trajectory [hPa]
11 9: maximum TH distance (DTH_MAX) to tropopause along trajectory [K]
12 10: TH distance (DTH) to tropopause along flight path [K]
13 11: minimum TH distance (DTH_MIN) to tropopause along trajectory [K]
14 12: maximum latitude (LAT_MAX) along trajectory [deg]
15 13: latitude (LAT) along flight path [deg]
16 14: minimum latitude (LAT_MIN) along trajectory [deg]
17 15: most recent contact to stratosphere (MRC_STRAT) [h]
18 16: most recent contact to level below 500 hPa (MRC_500hPa) [h]
19 17: most recent contact to level below 700 hPa (MRC_700hPa) [h]

Dependencies of the observed variables

The interactive table provides a visualization of the dependencies of this dataset's entries (variables) which will hopefully assist you to understand the datasets structure.

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)

Explanation

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