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Analysis

WFDSS provides powerful fire behavior modeling tools. These tools help you predict where the fire will go next so that you can plan your management strategy accordingly.

The more complex fire behavior modeling tools require the assistance of a Fire Behavior Specialist. However, Dispatchers, Authors, and Editors can run automated Basic Fire Behavior and Short-Term Fire Behavior on their incidents.

Unless you have filtered them out, the Analysis List page displays the status of all fire behavior analyses, these include:

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Assessing Analysis Needs

Analysis Setup

Analysis for Authors and Editors

Analysis for Fire Behavior Specialists

See Also

Welcome to WFDSS Help!

Analysis Name Limitations

WFDSS Session Timeout Warning

What is Skip to Content?

Accessibility Mode

WFDSS User Documentation Overview

WFDSS Overview

About the WFDSS YouTube Channel

Filters

Maps and Shapes

My Home

About the Cost Tab

Incidents

About Incident Groups

Intelligence Gathering

Data Management

Decisions

Reports

Administration

About the WFDSS Decision Editors

Relative Risk Reference

Organization Assessment Reference

Spatial Data Reference

Landscape Data Source Reference

Fire Behavior Reference

Field Descriptions

Glossary Resources

Popup Help

Welcome to WFDSS Help!

5.2 Release Introduces the Default Decision Editor

5.4 Release Introduces Accessibility Mode

WFDSS Spring 2017 Updates

6.1 Release New Functionality and Enhancements

6.2 Release Functionality and Enhancements

6.3 Release New Functionality and Enhancements

6.4 Release New Functionality and Enhancements

6.0 Release New Functionality and Enhancements

Navigate to an Analysis

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Reference

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