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  Kingsbury Creek Data Archive

The complete collection of the SMU data from Kingsbury Creek is available in a CSV (comma separated values) format that can be read directly by (or easily imported into) common database and spreadsheet programs. See our description page of the file contents.

The ".csv" file has been compressed into a ".zip" file -- common file decompression programs such as WinZip for Windows, or ZipIt for the Mac knows how to restore it. The file size is reduced over 80% by compression.

And remember:
These data should be considered "provisional" until otherwise indicated. The data are undergoing several rounds of QA/QC review and some of the data may be modified at a subsequent date. We chose to leave the data hose on full blast whenever possible to familiarize ourselves with the operation and maintenance requirements of the RUSS units and to generate real data for use in developing curricula and lesson plans. Data gaps were associated with various RUSS system upgrades and occasional gremlins.

To use:

2012 Data:
Download the file Kingsbury2012_CompleteData.zip

2011 Data:
Download the file Kingsbury2011_CompleteData.zip

2010 Data:
Download the file Kingsbury2010_CompleteData.zip

2009 Data:
Download the file Kingsbury2009_CompleteData.zip

2008 Data:
Download the file Kingsbury2008_CompleteData.zip

2007 Data:
Download the file Kingsbury2007_CompleteData.zip

2006 Data:
Download the file Kingsbury2006_CompleteData.zip

2005 Data:
Download the file Kingsbury2005_CompleteData.zip

2004 Data:
Download the file Kingsbury2004_CompleteData.zip

2003 Data:
Download the file Kingsbury2003_CompleteData.zip

2002 Data:
Download the file Kingsbury2002_CompleteData.zip

-- and "Unzip" it using a file decompression utility. Open the resulting ".csv" file in Excel or your database program (Note: the 1st row contains the column titles, the second row shows the units). Use the filtering, sorting, and charting capabilities of your software to explore the data.

An example of results in Excel:

 

 

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date last updated: Monday March 19 2012