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User Interface choices

The Archive provides three online user interfaces for the specification of files that need to be accessed by a data user. The user interfaces accomplish the same function - facilitate user access to the data files -, but support complementary solutions to finding the files that you want from the 1,000,000+ files stored in the Archive. Summary descriptions of the user interfaces are:

" Data Browser Interface

Identifies available data files from exact specifications of site, date range, instrument or measurement type, and facility, etc
The Data Browser Interface provides an overview of ARM data quality. It displays daily quality color (green, yellow, red) for user specified subsets of sites, facilities, measurements and date ranges.
The Data Browser can also provide detailed information about Data Quality Reports and quick looks for user specified search criteria

" Catalog Interface
Supports browsing of summary tables (by combinations of year, site, data source, etc.) about file availability and the specification of data requests in one month increments

Description of the Interface

The ARM Archive catalog interface consists of two major components: 1) a catalog of available data files organized in a four level hierarchy, and 2) a shopping cart collection scheme that allows the user to store, edit and display a list of selected file sets. The interface programs display a sequence of linked HTML tables that allow the user to move through the various catalog levels, converging to desired sets of files. The hierarchy includes links to tables for increasingly narrow subsets of the data collection (see Figure 1). An example sequence of linked interface tables is shown in Figure 2. Selecting a value in each table leads to a table showing more detail in the next step. In the fourth step, a small subset of data may be selected for addition to the Shopping Cart. Each interface screen contains information displaying the previous selection criteria and links to re-visit the earlier screens or the Shopping Cart (see Figure 3). This section describes the user interface at each of these levels

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