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Creating an Analysis Note

Fire Behavior Specialists and Incident Owners/Editors (that have been given analysis edit privileges) can add notes to analyses associated with their incidents. You can add notes to the following pages:

If you copy an analysis, the notes are also copied. You can add additional notes and edit or delete existing notes at any time. Text boxes have character limits which can be easily exceeded when copying formatted text from outside the application.

To create a note for an analysis:

  1. From the Analysis List, select the analysis that you want to annotate.
  2. Click View Information. The Analysis Information page appears.
  3. From the left menu, choose Notes to create a note. The Analysis Notes page appears and displays a drop-down list, a text box, and a list of existing notes (if any exist).
  4. To create a new note, use the drop-down list to select the page that you would like the note to appear on (notes can only be entered for the Results page after Results exist). Enter the text for the new note in the text box, then click Add Note.
  5. The note is added to the Notes list. You can create additional Notes if desired.
  6. When you are finished, click Return. The analysis page that you were previously on will appear and any Notes entered for that page will appear in a bar at the top.
  7. The arrow at the left of the Notes bar can be toggled to show or hide notes as desired.

Last updated on 10/26/2017 1:08:15 PM.

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Analysis for Authors and Editors

To create an analysis note

See Also

Running an Automated Basic Fire Behavior (BFB) Analysis

System Generated Basic Fire Behavior Runs

Drawing a Landscape Extent

Running an Automated Short-Term Fire Behavior (STFB) Analysis

Submitting a Fire Behavior Analysis Request

Analysis Notes

Viewing Analysis Notes

Importing Analysis Notes

Obtaining a Values Inventory

Values at Risk information

Identifying Values at Risk

Deleting an Analysis

Viewing Analysis Details

Viewing the Landscape for an Analysis

Including Analysis Results in a Decision


Field Descriptions

Glossary Resources

Spatial Data Reference

Landscape Data Source Reference

Relative Risk Reference

Organization Assessment Reference

Fire Behavior Reference

About the WFDSS Decision Editors