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2006 Annual Science Report

University of Hawaii, Manoa Reporting  |  JUL 2005 – JUN 2006

A Cross-Platform Software Package for Efficient Data Reduction of Environmental Electrochemical Measurements

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Project Progress

Through collaboration with Kim Binsted, we are working toward an automated software package for voltammetric scan analysis, a web-oriented database of electrochemical calibration information, and 'intelligent’ data acquisition software capable of making directed sampling decisions during long, unattended data-logging deployments. Binsted provided research credit for two graduate students to work on this project. Kayo Fujiwara utilized Matlab to attempt to optimize a peak-identifying and measuring algorithm. Bryan Norman produced a Java-based graphical user interface. Binsted, Glazer, Fujiwara, and Norman met weekly to improve design and track progress. Individual components of the Graphical User Interface and peak-measuring algorithm are operational, but further development is required for practical application to data reduction.

    Brian Glazer Brian Glazer
    Project Investigator
    Kimberly Binsted

    Objective 6.1
    Environmental changes and the cycling of elements by the biota, communities, and ecosystems