Processing Ozone Data

In the past, we wrote about how we had to transfer ozone data we had collected on paper onto the computer. However, processing this data requires more work than simply typing the numbers into the computer program Igor before we can start doing analysis.   While data on foliar damage in our plants was recorded by hand and only needed to be typed in, the data for the amount of ozone in the air was recorded every five minutes by the ozone monitor, and transferred wirelessly to an Excel sheet on a computer indoors. This ozone data could be copy and pasted … Continue reading Processing Ozone Data