Lightweight and pragmatic piece of software that helps you calculate all eight meteorological drought indices (SPI, DI, PN, RAI, EDI, CZI, ZSI)
|Updated||Oct 6th 2017|
AgriMetSoft N/A N/A
|Crack Size||56.8 MB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 2003, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
RDIT, short for a Rain-based Drought Indices Tool, is a useful piece of software created to provide users with a straightforward way of calculating eight drought-related meteorological indices.
To be more precise, the app allows you to instantly calculate some of the most famous drought indices, as follows: SPI (Standardized Precipitation Index), DI (Deciles Index), PN (Percent or Normal Index), RAI (Rainfall Anomaly Index), EDI (Effective Drought Index), CZI (China-Z Index) and the MCZI (Modified CZI), and finally the ZSI (Z-Score Index).
Just like deploying the app on your computer, working with it is a fairly streamlined procedure that should be effortlessly handled even by the most novice of users out there.
Start off by adding the information by loading an XLSX file (Excel format) from the Data tab. Continue by selecting the sheets, the data format and the types of columns required for the calculation, and select the "Rain" value among all the variables.
Load the data and head over to the next section, namely Run Model. Select the period of study, click the "Set" button, specify the frequency variables, and hit the "Generate" button. Please note that the chart can be saved as pictures and that there's also a self-explanatory "Severity" section that you might find to be quite useful.
In case you get stuck, or you simply want to read more about the app's functionality, feel free to check out the Help section on the official website. http://www.agrimetsoft.com/HelpRDIT Crack.aspx
In conclusion, RDIT is a useful and efficient application that makes it as simple as possible for you to calculate the eight most famous drought indices and get an accurate idea regarding the whole process thanks to clear-cut graphs and accurate meteorological representations of the phenomena.
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