The analysis of data measurement is the most important stage of the near-Earth space investigation. The study of various processes in the Sun, in the solar wind and Earth's magnetosphere requires different data for different periods time. Data sets often overlap, sometimes it's difficult to determine what data is required for the current scientific research. The service presented at this page allows the researcher to select the necessary data for his analysis, to preview it in graphical representation for subsequent calls to the database online space monitoring.
Here you can find an averaged hourly data, obtained on several satellites. To get started quickly and make the most of the service offered, read the tips.
You should fill in "Workspace" by groups of data sets to create plots.
"Templates" contain the templates prepared by SINP scientists. They
could be dragged into the "Workspace", edited end plotted for time
interval you selected at scroll bar on the bottom.
Use data sets from "Data catalogue" to update existing template or
create the new one by dragging them into the "Workspace".
You can delete plots and data from the workspace by dragging them into
the recycle bin.
You can drag data from one plot to the other.
Plots with the same box color will be plotted together with the same
grid but with different axes if any. In order to unite plots drag the
needed data set and drop into the other plot. There are only two plots
can be united.
You can zoom in/out plotted panels.
Use Ctrl-minus и Ctrl-plus to see more plots in one screen (Ctrl-zero to
Workspace could be saved in "My templates" after pressing on the basket
and typing the name. Your templates will be stored in browser memory
until you throw them into the recycle bin. They are only available in
that browser you've saved them.
The data available for 365 last days only and you can plot no more then
60 days period.
Some data is plotting using logarithmic scale and the other is in linear
scale. Putting different kind of data into the same plot remember, that
the first dropped data set chooses and determines the axis scale for all
A logarithmic scale is used for plotting particle and X-ray fluxes, a
linear is used for all other data. If you need both kind of scale in the
same plot, create two different plots and unite them.
The speed of this service depends on 3 components: data processing on
server, data transmission and data plotting in your browser. Data
processing on the server ranges between 50 ms to 1 s and depends on your
choice of data (more data - less speed, larger date interval - less
speed). Data transmission speed depends on your ISP. Data plotting speed
depends on the power of your computer and browser you have chosen. Our
tests show that the fastest browser is Google Chrome (chromium).