For fullscreen help
- Right-click here (in this bottom frame) and
- Choose '(This Frame ->) Open frame in new window'
How to search from the Database
- Start choosing 1-2 selections best describing your needs (on the left column)
and Click on 'Search' just below the 'Report options'.
- Then make one more selection and repeat the search
- As the different search criteria must all be true it is easy to end
up with no experiments found. Then just click on 'Reset form'
- Experiment with different criteria. Help and explanation on each
choice is available by clicking the '?' next to each popup-menu.
- The seven menus in the first select-group list all different values from the
database followed by total number of experiments for the text like Abies
- It is possible to search by some numeric values. However there are still
some missing values in the data. Because of this the search might not find
- The next two choices make it possible to search in numeric fields for
- With the last search the rest of the text variables can be searched for
exact (is) text or for substring (contains).
- There is a vertical line dividing the menu-area and this help. It can be
adjusted for most convenient view.
About Reporting Options and Results
- There are a three choices (1000, 500 and download to Microsoft
Excel/any spreadsheet program)
for the number of experiments returned. Experiments are
shown on pages of at most 20 experiments.
- Click in the corresponding checkbox to extend the search with terminated experiments.
They are shown on the map with slightly lighter color.
Default is not to search terminated experiments (Priority T).
- There are 26 variables in the database, you may define your reports
by clicking the 'Define Report Columns' -button
- The approximate locations are displayed on the first report page on a map
(rounding effect up to 10 km in the data). This is the default and can be
changed by removing the check in the 'show results on map' box.
- You can see all fields for the experiment by clicking the orange number in the
start of the report-row. Or you can check the box for interesting experiments and
click the 'List selected experiments' button to see details for several
experiments with less clicks.
The list is seen on the search menu.
Short names for subject fields and objectives are also included as keywords.
The list is seen on the menu. Search by partial name is
possible with text search on bottom of the search form.
Departments are given in alphabetical order followed
with the abbreviation of the organization above.
- KVL - Forest & Landscape Denmark
- METLA - The Finnish Forest Research Institute
- IFR - Icelandic Forest Research
- NORSOL - Norwegian Forest and Landscape Institute
- UMB - University of Life Sciences, Norway
- SLU - Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
- Skogforsk (Sweden) - The Forestry Research Institute of Sweden
- FR - UK Forestry Commission Forest Research Agency
- EMU - Estionian University of Life Sciences
- LFRI - Lithuanian Forest Research Institute
- LLU - Latvian Agricultural University
- FRS - Forest Research Station of Latvian State Forest Service
- Silava - Latvian State Forest Research Institute
About numeric comparisons
- Experimental series
- Experiment no. (within series)
- Identification no. (unique within research organization)
- Local name
- Forest district
- Start of experiment
- Stand establishment
- Research organization
- Responsible institute
- Responsible department
- Experimental area (ha)
- Tree species (in Latin)
- Number of treatment
- Number of replicates
- Number of plots
- Last tree measurement
- Subject field