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Analysis Notes

Experienced analysts understand the importance of documenting their thought process and assumptions when working with fire behavior models. All WFDSS analyst assisted models provide the option of adding Notes to any input, landscape, or results page. There are many reasons to provide documentation in the form of analysis Notes. For example, analysts may want to:

Once created, notes appear at the top of each page that they were added to (user selects the page they will display on from a drop-down list when creating them). You can add, edit, delete, or import notes any time before an analysis is run or anytime after, regardless of the status of the analysis.

You can access notes from within individual runs or from the Analysis List for individual analyses. This is helpful for comparing runs and input logic. Analysis Notes can be viewed but not edited from the Analysis List.

In This Section

Analysis for Authors and Editors

To edit an analysis note

To delete 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

Creating an Analysis Note

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