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EXCEL.DAT

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Basic Information

File-Type

excel.dat

Version

September 1996

Description-Date

September 1996

Significance of the File

contains data for a single location or profile to be later used in the spread sheet program EXCEL

File-Contents (in Catchwords)

If time-series data at a specific location are stored:

  1. informations about the study area
  2. informations about the 2D-location of the data
  3. informations about the 3D-location of the data
  4. coordinates (x,y) of the location
  5. informations about the data set
  6. informations about the origin of the data
  7. number and type-codes for the physical quantities stored in the file
  8. date, time and data for each time-step stored
  9. signature of the responsible project engineer

If profile data for a specific profile are stored:

  1. informations about the study area
  2. informations about the profile
  3. informations about the (vertical) location of the profile
  4. date and time or period of data analysis
  5. informations about the data set
  6. informations about the origin of the data
  7. number and type-codes for the physical quantities stored in the file
  8. profile-km, Gauß-Krüger coordinates, bathymetric depth and data are stored for each location along the profile
  9. short and long name of selected locations along the profile
  10. signature of the responsible project engineer

Programs using this Type of File

EXCEL-Applications, EXCELENZ, XTRDATA, DISPLAY_PERCENTILES, PLOTPROFILZEIT

Additional Information

Language

Fortran90

File-Form

FORMATTED

File-Access

SEQUENTIAL

File-Extension

.dat

WRITE-Subroutine(s)/Module(s)

$PROGHOME/fortran/prg/XtrData/*/cr_lp_file.f (profile)

READ-Subroutine(s)/Module(s)

EXCEL

Original Version

G. Lang

Maintenance

G. Lang

Example-File

$PROGHOME/examples/XtrData/samples/*

$PROGHOME/examples/excelenz/resu/exc/*


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