HydroLynx 5096 – Transfer Data

  1. Locate appropriate SA1, DAT and SA2 files on laptop and transfer to network drive (e.g., Q:\StationDocs\199 – Fillmore Sanitation\Records\2015)
  2. Open Hydstra Explorer (HYEXPLORE) and select from the menu tree: Programs by Function > Hydstra/TS – Time Series > Hydstra Data Management > HYDMWB – Data Managers Workbench
  3. Press the Open folder icon or select File > Open
  4. In the Open Time Series Site dialog box that opens, enter the site number in general format (e.g., 199) in the Site Specifier field and press the Lookup Site button
  5. Select the specific site (e.g., 199A) that appears in the dialog box and then press OKprogram_hydstra_5096import1
  6. In the Open Time Series Sites dialog box confirm that the proper site is shown, then press OK
  7. Single-click the site icon that has an A at the end (e.g., 199A A) and select File > Copy
  8. Select File > Import Data.
  9. It is likely Hydstra will still “remember” importing ML1 data from previous site visits; therefore, you need to change the data type. Press Back until Logger is highlighted and select HYD from dropdown
  10. Press Next to highlight Variant and select RAININCH from the dropdown
  11. Press Next to highlight Filename and Browse to proper DAT file on network driveprogram_hydstra_5096import2
  12. Press Finish and a new B file is created on the Data Manger’s Workbench
  13. Drag the C file to the B file and release
  14. In the Merge Files dialog box, select the Resolve Overlaps: Split blocks if necessary, preserving C File data radio button, verify the Delete Source box is checked and press OK
  15. Double-click the B file to open the work file
  16. In the dialog box that opens, double-click the row 11.00 Rainfall (inches) – High-Resolution
  17. Open the block of newly imported data by selecting the block and pressing the Text tab
  18. Highlight all data points and  press the Quality edit buttonprogram_hysdstra_ml1_qualedit
  19. In the Quality Edit dialog box that opens select 20 Coarser dataset used to fill gap in dataset (ie. ALERT data) from the New Quality dropdown and press OK
  20. Fill data gaps and continue processing data as described in Hydrological Services ML-1 – Transfer Data