Viewing data coverage, gaps, and fingerprints.
Merging data to gap-fill meteorological variables.
Averaging redundant measurements into a single variable.
Finding the threshold where fluxes do not depend on the friction velocity.
Evaluate methods to improve Energy Balance Closure by partitioning residual energy to sensible heat and latent energy.
Using the MDS (Marginal Distribution Sampling) gap filling tool.
Fill gaps in methane fluxes and more using custom drivers and thresholds.
Partition your Net Ecosystem Exchange (NEE) fluxes into Gross Primary Productivity (GPP) and Ecosystem Respiration (Reco).
Tracing the history of your work and branching an analysis.
Customizing Tovi with Python Code.
For a complete Tovi user manual, more tutorial videos, FAQs, and more, visit the LI-COR support site.
Join Sr. Scientist Gerardo Fratini, a key developer for Tovi software and the EddyPro flux processing engine, as he discusses and demonstrates the powerful post-processing features of Tovi.
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 12-month eddy covariance data set to practice using. This file consists of a 12-month EddyPro output with flux results, biomet results, and metadata; as well as the project metadata file and EddyPro project file that are used by Tovi.
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