Data is generated in everything that we do. Whether it's sending grab samples to the lab, performing boots-in-the-river discharge measurements, or reviewing telemetered water quality data, that data needs somewhere to live.
With all of this data floating around in spreadsheets, databases, and paper files, it can become very difficult to manage the complex data cycle and make important decisions. As a result, time is wasted on data acquisition and validation before you can even begin analysis and reporting to make use of this information.
Download our latest whitepaper, "The Use of Spreadsheets in the Era of Big Water Data,” to learn more about how to: