ChemStat Report

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ChemStat Report

Report Name: ChemStat Report (example)

File Name: EarthSoft.Reports.Library.27490.dll

Dependencies: Analytical Results Report

Software: EQuIS Professional and EQuIS Enterprise

Source: EQuIS Professional install

Language: English

Output Type: Excel1

 

Description: The Chemstat Report generates a table that presents a statistical analysis for the selected analytes. The report summarizes the entire dataset into a single table with the rows representing each analyte in the dataset, and the columns representing the summary statistics. It allows you to focus in on those analytes and use the spatial and temporal querying tools provided to understand what is going on. It does not show the report by location or by sample, but allows you to easily identify what analytes exceed the Limit Of Detect (LOD) and Action Levels, and the statistics associated with these exceedances. It uses the Analytical Results Report to get source data.

 

Note: The Chemstat Report includes Action Levels, but only standard action levels are supported; Advanced Action Levels (such as lookups, Method Analyte Group Sums, formulas, etc.) are not supported at this time.

 

Installation Instructions: This report assembly is part of the EQuIS Professional installation. No additional installation steps are necessary.

 

Overview:

The ChemStat Report requires that you select a measurement unit. Furthermore, your selected analytes and action levels all must be in the same unit or units that are convertible to each other. For example, ug/L and mg/L are acceptable but ug/L and pH are not. The statistics are only calculated if the criteria below are met.

 

Statistic

Criteria

5th Percentile

95% of the results are above LOD*

Median

50% of results are above LOD

Mean

15% of results are above LOD

Standard Deviation

15% of results are above LOD

95th Percentile

5% of results are above LOD

*Limit Of Detect which can be selected as reporting_detection_limit, quantitation_limit, method_detection_limit or mag_reporting_detect_limit over the "Result>Reporting Limit" parameter.

 

1.In finding the minimum and maximum values, non-detects are treated as if they are at the detection limit. If it turns out that one of the non-detects is the minimum or maximum value, then a less-than sign < is inserted before the number.

2.The other statistics are calculated using the standard EQuIS procedure in which the detection limits are multiplied by the Non-Detect Multiplier in the event the measurement turns out to be a non-detect. Calculating the number of action level exceedances - in the event of non-detects, the detection limit is multiplied by the Non-Detect Multiplier and compared to the action level. This means that non-detects may be considered as exceedances if the product of the detection limit and the non-detect multiplier, are greater-than the action level.

3.The Chemstat Report has an input parameter called "Check the box to process all data for RV2". Check this box to include all REPORT_RESULT_VALUEs. Uncheck this box to include only detects (aka REPORT_RESULT_VALUE > REPORT_RESULT_LIMIT). Note that the RV2 column of the output is used to calculate the 5th and 95th percentile values.

4.Abnormal or no results in the output for an analyte can be:

a.n.d.: presents Not Determined when the number of detects for an analyte cannot be determined.

b.-: not applicable or no results

c.Select the 'Check the box to process all data for RV2': suggest to select or check the "Check the box to process all data for RV2" parameter so that the report will use all detects and non-detects values to calculate the 5th and 95th percentile values. Note that if the parameter is not checked, only the results greater than report_result_limit are used to calculate the 5th and 95th percentiles.

 

The default values for Depth parameters Minimum Start Depth and Maximum End Depth are based on either of the following at the time of publishing the report or running it from the user's machine:

i.the minimum and maximum numeric values (not considering unit) for START_DEPTH and END_DEPTH within DT_SAMPLE, respectively or

ii.if the above is not available, 0 and 999999.

 

The default value can be changed to be dynamic in the published report, filling with the minimum or maximum value within the database at the time, with the following steps:

 

1.Open ST_REPORT and find the ST_REPORT.REPORT_ID that coincides with the ChemStat Report.

2.Open ST_REPORT_PARAMETER and filter the table based on the REPORT_ID from Step 1. Find the row in ST_REPORT_PARAMETER with the PARAM_VALUE = '@min_start_depth' or '@max_end_depth'.

3.Replace the ST_REPORT_PARAMETER.DEFAULT_VALUE field for your row as follows.

 

PARAM_VALUE

DEFAULT_VALUE

@min_start_depth

$select min(end_depth) from dt_sample

@max_end_depth

$select max(end_depth) from dt_sample

 

4.Save.

 

Note: The report will not export results where DT_SAMPLE.SYS_LOC_CODE or DT_TEST. ANALYSIS_LOCATION are null.

 

Source Tables DT_SAMPLE, DT_TEST, DT_RESULT, DT_LOCATION, RT_GROUP, RT_MTH_ANL_GROUP, DT_ACTION_LEVEL, DT_ACTION_LEVEL_PARAMETER, RT_BASIN, DT_STATIC_PROPS

 

Report Parameters

Location


Individual(s)

Parameter for selecting individual locations.

Group(s)

Parameter for selecting location groups.

Basin (RT_BASIN.BASIN_CODE)

Parameter for selecting a basin code.

Location Type

Parameter for selecting location type.

Sample


Date Range

Section to select the sample start date, and end date.

Matrix(es)

Select one or more sample matrix

Type(s)

Select one or more sample types

Method(s)

Parameter for selecting sample method(s).

Task(s)

Parameter for selecting task(s).

Depth

Section for selectin Minimum Start depth and Maximum End Depth.

Geologic Unit(s)

Parameter for specifying Geological unit(s).

Result


Analyte

Section for selecting individual analytes and analyte groups.

Unit

Selection for report result units.

Reporting Limit

Select which reporting limit you desire to use (reporting_detection_limit, method_deteciton_limit, etc.)

Non-Detect Multiplier

Enter the desired non-detect multiplier value. Default: 0.5

Reportable

Select one or more options for reportable result.

Type(s)

Parameter for selecting result type(s).

Action level


Action Level(s)

Parameter for selecting individual action level(s).

Group(s)

Parameter for selecting action level group(s).

Process multiple non-detect limits of an analyte at a location

Parameter for selecting the aggregation method for multiple non-detect limits of an analyte at a location: Max, Min, Average, First, or Last.

Check the box to include location of maximum

Checkbox to include the location of maximum. Default: False

Check the box to include location of exceedances

Checkbox to include the location of exceedances. Default: False

Check the box to filter fraction of dt_action_level_parameter

Checkbox to filter fraction of DT_ACTION_LEVEL_PARAMETER. Default: True

Check the box to filter matrix of DT_ACTION_LEVEL

Checkbox to filter matrix of DT_ACTION_LEVEL. Default: True

Check the box to ignore fraction in results and action levels

Checkbox to ignore fraction in results and action levels. Default: False

Check the box to process all data for RV2

Checkbox to process all data for RV2. Default: False

 

 

1Excel report output requires a valid license of Microsoft Excel to view the output.