To add MIHPT direct sensing data to the project, click the Project Data icon. Next, click the Upload New Data button and choose one of your files to upload.
For MIHPT data, the file must be saved in the zip format created by the GeoProbe software. Click the Upload button. You have now successfully uploaded your MIHPT data.
Now that you have uploaded your MIHPT data, you are able to view it on your map. First, click the Site Model icon on the toolbar across the top of the interface to go back to the site model.
Expand the MIHPT data submenu in the left hand column of your screen. In the Detectors submenu, you can choose between various MIHPT variables to be displayed on the map viewer.
Hovering your cursor over a station marker will display tabular MIHPT data. Adjusting the elevation of interest will display only MIHPT data pertinent to the elevation of interest.
To view a graphic chart of a station's MIHPT data, click on the station of interest. A Selected Sites (1) tab will appear at the bottom of the map viewer. Click on this tab and a graphic chart of the MIHPT data will appear. Users are also able to click on multiple stations and multiple station charts will appear below.
In the Value Scale submenu, select the Individual, Collective (selected), or Collective (all) option to turn on the chart visual representation of the MIHPT data. In the Depth Scale submenu, select the Individual, Collective (selected), or Collective (all) option to turn on the chart visual representation of the MIHPT data.
Users can save these charts using the Save Screenshot button across the top of the interface (make sure to select the option to only include the chart).
If you would like to only display certain detectors throughout your entire project, you can do this in the Project Data tab. Click the tab of your data type, click Edit Detectors/Stations, and then deselect the detectors you do not want displayed in your project. Now click the Update Visible Detectors button and only your desired detectors will be displayed in your project.
For more information, ITRC's "Field Application of Tools Case Studies"