Preferred by flux networks like NEON, Ameriflux, ICOS, Asiaflux, and many others, based on rigorous testing and trials by leading researchers.
The clear industry leader, downloaded more than 5000 times, in more than 175 countries around the world.
We can get you to scientific discovery much, much faster, with this powerful new data analysis software package.
Here are a few of the features currently available in Tovi:
Quickly see all your data coverage in one all-encompassing view. View statistics such as the percentage of available data per time series. And quickly identify those areas of the time series that might need a bit of gap-filling.
Choose any variable to filter your flux data by, or use a slider to easily set the min/max threshold. Complete your QA/QC with a single software package, without writing a single line of code.
This is a cool and unprecedented tool that allows you to view a satellite map of your site, and draw around the area of the tower you’d like to include in the footprint calculation. Or draw around additional areas you want to include in the computations. And you can even save a snapshot of the footprint for when you’re ready to present your data.
Missing some weather data for your primary flux drivers? Don’t worry – with this tool, you can view, and choose from, a nearby weather station (from NOAA-IS or using ECMWF ERA-Interim data) and use any combination of those data to gap-fill your site’s meteorological dataset.
Import from EddyPro or SmartFlux, and export into the most popular formats, including Excel, .csv, JSON, MATLAB, NETCDF, and a format compatible with the Max Planck Institute online gap-filling tool.
Here are a few of the new features you can expect to see in the upcoming April release of Tovi:
Using a Marginal Distribution Sampling (MDS) technique, as implemented by the Integrated Carbon Observatory System (ICOS), gaps are filled by building a relationship among the key drivers (vapor pressure deficit, solar radiation and air temperature) and NEE, LE or H.
Using a Moving Point Test (MPT) technique, as implemented by AmeriFlux, allows detection of the threshold value, which indicates low turbulence.
Represent ensemble averages of data in a heat map to quickly discover seasonal and temporal patterns.
An integrated coding environment allows you to explore, analyze and plot your data using the Python™ programming language.
10:30 – 13:15 p.m.
Austria Center Vienna
Are you going to the European Geosciences Union (EGU) meeting in Vienna this April? If so, we will be hosting a Splinter Meeting that will give an overview of Tovi in a program entitled ‘Ecosystem Data Analysis Software’.
An annual subscription is available now at an introductory price of $900.00 U.S. This price includes free upgrades throughout your subscription period, which will give us a chance to build in some great new features, and give you a chance to tell us what you like, or don’t like; we’ll use your feedback and expertise to improve Tovi on our end.
You can purchase an annual subscription from within Tovi or give it a free 15 day trial to see what Tovi can do for you.
To get started, choose your operating system below. You’ll be directed to a new page; just click ‘Download’ in the middle of the page and install Tovi on your computer. When you start Tovi for the first time you can choose whether to start a free trial or purchase the annual license.
Download this file if you want to practice using Tovi with a long-term dataset. This file consists of a 12-month EddyPro output that includes flux results, biomet results, and metadata; as well as the project metadata file and EddyPro project file that are used by Tovi.
Feel free to send us your feedback via the “Feedback?” link in the software.
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