You can also input your own monitor data file rather than use monitor data already existing in a

dataset, so long as it is in the format that BenMAP recognizes (see the Load Data chapter for

details on the format for monitor datasets). Click on the tab that matches one of the three

possible formats for your data: (1) in a database file, with monitor definition information and

monitor values in a single row (Database, Rows), (2) in a text file, with monitor definition

information and monitor values in a single line (Text File), and (3) in two database files/tables,

with monitor definition information in rows in one file/table and monitor values in a single column

in the other file/table (Database, Columns). There is no preferred approach; you should use the

approach with which you are most comfortable.

5.2.1 Closest Monitor for Monitor Direct

If you choose the Closest Monitor option, BenMAP identifies the monitor closest to each grid

cell's center, and then assigns that monitor's data to the grid cell. Closest Monitor interpolation

can be modified by clicking on the Advanced button at the bottom of the window and typing in

a Maximum Neighbor Distance (in km).

 

 

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