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Data and iNZight
iNZight is sensitive to data errors. REMEMBER: If you upload your own data it MUST be in a .csv file, with correct time and variable notation, no commas, no variable definitions etc Notice the time intervals How to handle two monthly data (or other time increments) or when your data has a 'hole in it'

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REMEMBER: If you upload your own data it MUST be in a .csv file, with correct time and variable notation, no commas, no variable definitions etc Tips on iNZight files and variables  link to doc by Rachel Passmore 

Lets start with the 'Sea Ice' example so go to 'data'
then the 'timeseries' folder
then select 'Sea Ice'
then 

Once loaded your data should look like this: Notice the time intervals 1990 = year 

How to handle two monthly data (or other time increments)


Data like this was recorded every two months.


When you upload the data and go 'advanced' and 'time series' you get this warning... Don't panic, just OK then click the 'Provide time info' 

Start date (obvious) Season Number  the season when the data starts (01 if the data starts in Jan) Frequency  the number of data values per cycle/year/month/week 

Then select your variable and continue your analysis. 