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AirLogic Features

For AirLogic version 3.0

Sign-In

There are three different ways to sign in to AirLogic. You can check with us at any time which method your organization uses.

Sign In Page

Standalone Account

Google Account

If your organization uses Gmail, Drive, or other Google services, you may be able to sign in using Google.

To sign in with Google:

  1. Click alt_text

  2. A popup will appear to verify your Google credentials.

    1. If you are not logged into Google in your browser, you will be prompted to do so here. This window is directly to Google.com. We never see or store your credentials; Google just sends us a confirmation that you were able to log in. Learn more here.
    2. If you are already logged into Google in your browser, this popup should automatically disappear and you will be brought into AirLogic.
    3. If you have multiple accounts, choose your work email--the organization with an AirLogic subscription. If you do not see your account, click “Use another account” near the bottom.

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Single Sign-On

If your organization has set up its own single sign-on authentication with us, you can log in using Single Sign-On (SSO).

To sign in using SSO:

  1. Click alt_text

  2. A popup will appear to verify your credentials.

    1. Enter your work email and click alt_text

    2. Enter your work email credentials. This window is directly to your company’s web server; we never see or store your credentials.

Portfolio Map

The first page you will see upon opening AirLogic is the Map View. Here, you will see all of the sites you have created.

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To use the Map View:

  1. Click on alt_text at the top of the page.

  2. Select a site by clicking on the colored marker. This will take you to the Summary page for that site. You can mouse over each marker to confirm its name.

Bubble markers

On the map, your sites are represented by bubble markers, which are larger or smaller based on that site's measurements in the selected data set.

To change the dataset selected, click on one in the top center (e.g. "Global Background" on the image above). For a wider range of data sets, browse through the Topic dropdown menu at the top.

Hover over a set's info button Info for details on the dataset.

The Portfolio Trends tab aggregates yearly data from all of your sites to provide quick statistics for big-picture analysis.

To view Portfolio Trends, click on Trends in the top-right. Map/Trends

Line chart

View and compare Portfolio metrics in a chart. Click a metric to see how the value changes over time on a chart. Click other metrics to compare.

Portfolio Metric

Chart scale

Toggle between relative and absolute scale. Use Relative to look at how much a dataset is changing. Use Absolute to see if values are high or low compared to global scale configured for the user’s account.

Portfolio Absolute

Portfolio Absolute Scale

Portfolio Relative

Portfolio Relative Scale

Time Selection

By default, the Portfolio Summary reflects data from the past four years. Change the time range of data visible by selecting from the dropdown at the top. These time ranges can be customized per customer.

Portfolio Time

Categories

The various metrics available in you AirLogic subscription are curated into relevant categories. These are easy for us to customize per customer. You may want a section for "Aerial" versus "Handheld Devices" or group them by event types such as "Dust."

Portfolio Categories

Share

Clicking the "Share" button at the top right downloads a CSV of all data available in the selected category.

Portfolio Share

Data coverage

View data coverage. Metrics are great. But how much can I trust them? To answer this you need to know how much data coverage you have. Does this metric reflect a majority of sites or only a few? Was it calculated from a few measurements or a large number? The data coverage panel shows you this information for the selected metrics.

Portfolio Data Coverage

Coverage metric

Toggle between site reporting and number of measurements. Use Sites reporting to look at how many sites have any number of datapoints for each metric/year. Use Number of measurements to look at how many total datapoints for each metric/year exist across all sites.

Portfolio Reporting

Portfolio Reporting Scale

Portfolio Measurements

Portfolio Measurements Scale

Totals by site

View totals for each metric by site. If you can't see a metric, you may be in the wrong category.

Portfolio Totals

Sorting

Sites can be sorted alphabetically or ranked by any of the metrics in the selected category. Click a metric header once to sort descending and again for ascending.

Portfolio Totals Sort Down Portfolio Totals Sort Up

Tip: You can also use this menu to navigate directly to sites. Click the row for any site and you will be taken to the corresponding Site Summary.

Site Map

The Site Map is the main way to view a single site. AirLogic's Rosetta displays any number of data types in parallel on a timeline. Easily track trends, anomalies, and blind spots. Gain insights towards next steps for further analysis.

Portfolio Totals Sort Up

To view Rosetta:

  1. Select a site. This by clicking a site marker on the map or selecting the site from the dropdown menu in the top-left. You will be zoomed into a view of your site on the map.
  2. Click on any colored marker in the Rosetta Timeline to display that data on the map. (White spaces have no data for that period.)
  3. Click on a year header to view the same datasets for each month in that calendar year. You can also click on month headers to view the daily Rosetta for each month.

Share Data

AirLogic has four methods for sharing and exporting the data you see in Rosetta.

Others with access to AirLogic can view what you’ve assembled in AirLogic via a link. You can also send this link to yourself to pick up later where you left off.

To send a link:

  1. In Rosetta, select the datasets you want other people to see.
  2. Click the Export button at the bottom right. “Send a Link” should be the default method opened.
  3. Click on the alt_text to copy the link to your clipboard.

Download Raw Data (CSV)

To download raw data:

  1. In Rosetta, select the datasets you want to be downloaded.
  2. Click the Share button at the top right.
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  4. Click on alt_text

    1. This option will be grayed out if you have not selected any datasets.

Integrate with GIS application

To obtain a URL for creating a GIS layer:

  1. In Rosetta, select the datasets you want to export.
  2. Click the Share button at the top right.
  3. Click on the “Integrate with GIS application” alt_text tab in the popup.
  4. Click on the alt_text to copy the link to your clipboard.

Configure Site

You can rename or delete sites by clicking the "Configure Site" button in the top right.

Configure Site

Rename

To rename a site, type the new name into the box and click "Rename"

Rename Site

Delete

If a site needs deleted, this can be done from the Configure Site menu. This will delete any data associated with this site, including any custom data we have ingested. If you need to make a drastic change to a site, but do not want to lose any data, reach out to us at support@blueskyresources.com

If you are sure you want to permanently delete a site, press the delete button. Then click 'Yes' to confirm.

Delete Site

The Site Trends tab aggregates yearly data from each site to provide quick statistics for big-picture analysis.

Line chart

View and compare Portfolio metrics in a chart. Click a metric to see how the value changes over time on a chart. Click other metrics to compare.

Site Metric

Chart scale

Toggle between relative and absolute scale. Use Relative to look at how much a dataset is changing. Use Absolute to see if values are high or low compared to global scale configured for the user’s account.

Trends Absolute

Trends Absolute Scale

Trends Relative

Trends Relative Scale

Time Selection

By default, the Site Summary reflects data from the past four years. Change the time range of data visible by selecting from the dropdown at the top. These time ranges can be customized per customer.

Trends Time

Categories

The various metrics available in you AirLogic subscription are curated into relevant categories. These are easy for us to customize per customer. You may want a section for "Aerial" versus "Handheld Devices" or group them by event types such as "Dust."

Trends Categories

Share

Clicking the "Share" button at the top right downloads a CSV of all data available in the selected category.

Trends Share

Data coverage

View data coverage. Metrics are great. But how much can I trust them? To answer this you need to know how much data coverage you have. Does this metric reflect a majority of sites or only a few? Was it calculated from a few measurements or a large number? The data coverage panel shows you this information for the selected metrics.

Trends Data Coverage

Outliers

Outliers empowers users to spot trends and outliers across their sites. This visualization plots your sites based on two metrics.

Select a preset

Click a preset metric comparison to see how sites cluster within those two metrics.

4Square Selection

Tip: You can click the dots on the chart to navigate directly to sites. Use this if you want to quickly inspect an outlier or site of interest.

Custom comparison

Presets don't have exactly what you're looking for? If you want to compare any two metrics, manually select an X and Y axis with the two dropdowns.

4Square Custom

Warning: Some combinations of metrics may not display elegantly. Custom comparisons cannot be guaranteed to produce an insightful 4square chart.

Time Selection

By default, the 4square reflects data from the past four years. Change the time range of data visible by selecting from the dropdown at the top. These time ranges can be customized per customer.

4Square Time

Create Sites

To add a new site:

  1. Click the alt_text button near the top right of the page.
  2. Enter an address in the first text box. When you see your site appear in the drop-down menu, you can select
    1. If you cannot find your site by address, or your site does not have an address, you can also locate it by dragging the map and zooming to its location.

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  1. Name your site something specific. This is what it will be called in the Sites List.

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  1. Draw your site using the tools available in the top center of the screen. Only one shape is necessary to create a site. Select from the following by clicking on its icon:
    1. alt_text Point marker - Place exact points on the map. Use this tool for marking pinpoint locations such as a single ground sensor or pump station.
    2. alt_text Square - Click and drag a box around your site. Make sure to encapsulate the whole facility.
    3. alt_text Polygon - Create a custom multi-sided shape to encapsulate your site. Click to place the first point, click in more locations to add each line, and close the shape off by clicking the first point again. Use this tool for mapping tight borders around your site to avoid overlapping neighboring facilities.
    4. alt_text Drag - This tool will not draw any shapes, but lets you pause drawing to reposition the map.
    5. If you make a mistake, press the alt_text button to start over.
  2. When you have correctly completed the above steps, the alt_text button will stop being greyed out. Click it to finish creating your site.
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