## Example figures: mean ebb current velocity

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# Explanations

- left top: value of characteristic number for
*a single event*. - left bottom:
*mean value*of the characteristic number within the period of data analysis. - right top:
*maximum value*of the characteristic number within the period of data analysis. - right bottom:
*minimum value*of the characteristic number within the period of data analysis.

Remark: The mean value is only computed at locations where *all events* have occurred within the period of data analysis.

# Examples

mean ebb current velocity | mean ebb current velocity (maximum) |
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mean ebb current velocity (mean) | mean ebb current velocity (minimum) |
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Remark: Magnitude corresponds to the mean value of all ebb current velocity magnitudes. Direction gives mean flow direction during ebb current. Mean ebb current velocity is always larger or equal than residual ebb current velocity.

- mean flood current velocity
- maximum ebb current velocity
- residual ebb current velocity (from vector addition)
- mean ebb current : mean tide current
- eulerian ebb path