New Analytics Dashboard Average, Minimum, and Maximum Features

The Wellntel Analytics Dashboard now includes options to plot maximum and minimum water elevation and depth to water values in addition to average levels. This upgrade requires a reorganization of options on the Hydrograph and Compare features including an “Aggregate by” option, so that when “Day”, “Week”, “Month”, “Quarter”, or “Year” are selected an additionalContinue reading “New Analytics Dashboard Average, Minimum, and Maximum Features”

Introducing the New “Regional” Subscription for Wellntel Analytics Dashboard

Many Wellntel public sector network sponsors partner with agencies, consultants, researchers, and other organizations at the local, state, or aquifer level. These regional organizations may also partner with other sponsors of Wellntel networks. This multi-network, regional association necessitates access to data across multiple networks as well as analytics and visualizations that extend across networks boundariesContinue reading “Introducing the New “Regional” Subscription for Wellntel Analytics Dashboard”

A Better Way to Group Network Wells in Wellntel’s Analytics Dashboard

Wellntel Analytics Dashboard (AD) is living set of data tools, visualizations, and analytics designed to be the most useful feature sets for analyzing, understanding, and presenting groundwater data. Recently feedback suggested that the Groups feature would be a more intuitive and easy-to-use tool if wells could be grouped in large batches, rather than one atContinue reading “A Better Way to Group Network Wells in Wellntel’s Analytics Dashboard”

Wellntel Network Operations on Analytics Dashboard

The “Operations” tab on the Wellntel Analytics Dashboard will soon be completing its beta testing phase and will be promoted as a stable feature set. When you login to AD as a sponsor you will soon see the tab labeled “Operations.” Gone are the days of checking off each system one by one on my.wellntel.com.Continue reading “Wellntel Network Operations on Analytics Dashboard”