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Air Quality Data, Tools, and Resources
VIEWS is a website and database system designed to provide easy access to a wide variety of air quality data through an interactive suite of query, visualization, and analysis tools. Ground-based measurements from dozens of monitoring networks, air quality modeling results, emissions data, and NASA satellite data are available from the integrated database. VIEWS is designed to enable decision-makers to analyze diverse datasets side-by-side without having to contend with the details of data management and manipulation.    VIEWS Overview...   VIEWS 2.0 launch...
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Featured Substance
Ferric oxide
Name:Ferric oxide
DOTNumber:UN 1376
Comments:Red-brown fume with a metallic taste
Featured Term
The Theil regression line is calculated using a method for robust linear regression that chooses the median slope among all lines through pairs of two-dimensional sample points. It can be significantly more accurate than simple linear regression, and competes well against simple least squares even for normally distributed data. It has been called "the most popular nonparametric technique for estimating a linear trend". (From Wikipedia)
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