Monitor 5 for Windows

Environmental monitoring software

Monitor 5 for Windows DESCRIPTION

Absolutely the easiest way to manage, evaluate and
present environmental data!


What Is Monitor?
Monitor Primary Product Specifications
What Does Monitor Do?
Monitor Reports and Graphs
Monitor Configuration, Administration and Security
Monitor Import-Export Specifications
Monitor Managed Information
Monitor Requirements

Monitor is everything you need to manage and present any type of regulated environmental data!

Monitor is a comprehensive system for the management and monitoring of all forms of environmental data, an easy-to-use Windows program backed by a sophisticated relational database.

Monitor is Easy to Use

You can maintain data for an unlimited number of companies, sites, and monitoring programs.

Monitor's Powerful Reporting and Analysis Tools

Full suite of RCRA statistics including widely-used features as ANOVA, Kruskal-Wallis, Outlier testing, and Threshold exceedences, and hard-to-compute statistics such as lognormal confidence intervals and parametric and nonparametric prediction limits.

  • Easy-to-use scientific graphing - Time series plots with regulatory thresholds. Box plots, Probability plots, Surface plots, Stiff plots, Histograms, and Control Charts.
  • Powerful unit conversion capabilities - Monitor stores data in many different units and automatically converts it to a standard unit of your choice.
  • Ready-to-submit regulatory reports including a DMR.

Monitor's Sophisticated Import and Export Capabilities

Monitor can effortlessly import data from virtually any electronic file format - spreadsheets, desktop databases, client-server systems, and mainframes. Monitor even comes with an import Wizard that matches the fields in your import file to its database. Supported formats include: Excel, dBASE, Access, GRITS Databases, Monitor 4 Databases, and ORACLE.


Monitor Version 5 is a 32-bit Windows-based environmental data management application that can comprehensively manage, evaluate and present most types of environmental information. Structurally, Monitor is a highly-specialized collection of ready-to-use reports and graphs directly linked to a high-performance environmental database. The result is the first easy-to-use data management package that includes everything you need to comprehensively manage and present regulated environmental information.


Monitor can quickly, easily and accurately manage and present monitoring and testing results from a variety of sources including: Groundwater and Surface Water, Soils Licensed Discharge, Stormwater, Laboratory QA Procedures, Solid and Hazardous Waste, Emissions, Leachate and Underdrain, Drinking Water, and Treatment Plant Discharge, among others.

High-performance, client-server data management

Monitor can manage any size or number of monitoring and testing programs. And because Monitor is a true client-server system, it can readily connect to a variety of commercial databases without any required changes to the software. As a result, Monitor can provide easy-to-use data assessment and presentation capabilities at the desktop level while seamlessly linked to a broad range of high-performance databases from Microsoft, SYBASE and ORACLE.


Monitor Background Information

  • Product Category - Environmental Information Management Systems (EIMS)
  • Client Operating Platform - 32-bit Microsoft Windows 95 and NT
  • Principal Benefit from Use - Improved data management and easier reporting
  • Client-Server Architecture? - Yes (Monitor is a two-tiered client-server system)
  • Ability to Connect to any External Databases? - Yes (Monitor is connectable to any OBDC source)
  • Data Storage Technology - Fully relational, normalized database
  • Primary Installation Options - Stand-alone version and client-server version
  • Installed Database for Stand-Alone Version - SYBASE SQL Anywhere database engine
  • Suggested Server for Client-Server Systems - ORACLE or SYBASE
  • Front-end GUI Operating Platform - Windows 95 or NT
  • Maximum Database Storage Capacity - Dictated by capacity of installed database
  • System for Organizing Stored Data - Automatically organizes data by company, site and program
  • Built-In Uninstall Feature? - Yes (removes all files that were added during installation process)
  • Number of Allowable Monitoring Programs - No practical limit

Monitor Database Updating and Replication

  • Provisions for Mobile Users? - Yes (includes database replication and synchronization options)
  • Ability to Schedule Period Updates? - Yes (users can schedule updates to any linked or shared databases)
  • Managed Updates and Synchronization? - Yes (updates and maintenance are based on publication-based rules)
  • Control Over Type of Data Replicated? - Yes (data for any site, program or sampling points can be replicated)
  • Available Systems for Transmitting Updates? - Yes (files, e-mail, modems and other telephone-based links)
  • Passive Triggers for Initiating Updates? - Yes (updates can be initiated by starting Monitor or sending e-mail)
  • Error-Checking During Transaction Processing? - Yes (all transactions involve advanced error-checking protocols)

Monitor Configuration, Security and Administration

  • Central and Desktop Password Security? Yes
  • Central and Desktop Backup and Restore? Yes
  • Relational Database Audit Trails? Yes

Monitor Data Transfer Features

  • Backwards Compatibility with DOS Version - Yes (data automatically transferred during installation process)
  • Various Importable/Exportable File Types? - Yes
  • Data Importation Wizard? - Yes (automated matching and filtering simplify data importation)
  • Units Checked During Importation? - Yes (units are checked against user-defined standards)
  • Use of Aliases for Importing Comparable Data? - Yes (user-defined alias list allows for transfer of similar names)
  • Use of Temporary Data Transfer Buffer? - Yes (details of import are provided before import data is transferred)
  • Data Transfer Log Report? - Yes (automatically generated with each data transfer session)
  • IRPIMS Import/Export option? - Yes (included with base version)
  • User-defined Importation Capabilities? - Yes (user-created SQL script can be inserted into import Wizard)

Monitor Data Assessment and Reporting

  • Reports to Summarize and Characterize Data? - Yes
  • Reports for Finding Changes and Trends? - Yes
  • Reports for Identifying Outliers? - Yes
  • Procedures for Comparing Sampling Points? - Yes
  • Reports for Detecting Regulatory Exceedences? - Yes
  • Reports for Displaying Data in Various Ways? - Yes
  • Sorting Options for the Reports? - Yes (all reports can be sorted by parameter or by sampling point)
  • Built-in Technical Charting Options? - Yes
  • Ability to Resize and Reuse Graphs? - Yes (all graphs savable as Windows Metafiles (.wmf) files)
  • Ability to Output Reduced Graphs? - Yes (all graphs can be optionally output as six to a page)
  • Ability to Store Multiple Regulatory Limits? - Yes (unlimited use of user-specified regulatory threshold values)
  • Multiple Options for Handling Non-Detects? - Yes
  • Multiple Options for Handling Duplicates? - Yes
  • Optional Data Screening Capabilities? - Yes (screening looks at distribution, censoring level and trends)
  • System for Dealing with Dissimilar Units? - Yes (system automatically standardizes results during statistical analysis)
  • Reusable, User-Specified Data Sets? - Yes (all user-selected set of results can be named, saved and reused)
  • Scientific Notation Option for Data? - Yes (reports and graphs switch to scientific notation automatically)
  • Ability to Ignore Selected Results? - Yes (results specified as excluded are ignored in reports and graphs)
  • Built-in Parameter Information Glossary? - Yes (fully editable and reproducible parameter lists)
  • Multiple Levels of Statistical Significance? - Yes (each statistical procedure varies)
  • User-Specified Data Qualifiers? Yes - (each result can have multiple, user-defined qualifiers)
  • Ability to Pool Physically Separate Data? - Yes (pooled data is automatically stored as "virtual" sampling point)


It provides a single data management solution for all your monitoring and testing programs.

As an environmental database, Monitor 5 is capable of maintaining large volumes of accumulated environmental information. As a practical matter, this includes various levels of information associated with most environmental monitoring and testing programs. However, unlike most environmental databases, Monitor also includes comprehensive data storage provisions for maintaining detailed laboratory and field quality assurance information. For a detailed list of information that Monitor 5 is capable of maintaining, please see Managed Information.

In addition to handling large quantities of environmental data, Monitor can also easily manage several different monitoring and testing programs at the same time. To accomplish this objective, Monitor automatically stores data (in its database) within an organizational hierarchy consisting of companies, sites and programs. This reality-based approach lets you store and manage the data for numerous monitoring and testing programs, without the risk of confusion or lost information. For example, with Monitor, the environmental data for a typical pulp and paper plant would normally be organized into six distinct monitoring and testing programs as illustrated.


With respect to storage capacity, Monitor lets you manage as many companies as you want. Likewise, each company can have an unlimited number of sites, each containing several different monitoring programs. Thus with Monitor, you can always access the data for any monitoring and testing program you want without dealing with cryptic file names and forgotten paths. You can even simultaneously open and manage several monitoring and testing programs at the same time! When you need to edit the details of a particular monitoring program, you'll use Monitor's 'program tree,' a Windows Explorer-style tree diagram that makes it a breeze for viewing and editing program details. For example, if you needed to add a new parameter to an existing monitoring program, you would click on the part of the program tree that you wanted to edit (in this case, Program Parameters), fill in the details and click OK. It's that straightforward.


It analyzes environmental data quickly and easily.

Surveys reveal that most environmental professionals spend 80% of their time accessing and managing data rather than using the information to promote successful decision making. Monitor tackles this issue directly with its fully-integrated collection of specialized reports and graphs. These completely automated data assessment procedures are based on specific EPA and ASTM endorsed methods for handling and interpreting monitoring and testing data. As a result, you'll finally have access to the specialized assessment and reporting tools you need. What's more, you'll always know exactly what's going on at any monitored site without the hassle of dealing with the details. For a list of Monitor's ready-to-use data assessment procedures, please see Reports and Graphs.

In addition to storing information, Monitor was also designed to interpret environmental data. As a result, it gives you all the special data handling and assessment features that you simply can't obtain with off-the-shelf stat packages. Therefore, duplicates, non-detects, mixed units and multiple regulatory limits are now handled automatically.


Monitor's data assessment reports can evaluate any sampling results you choose. Non-detects and duplicates are processed automatically and most of the reports can be sorted by parameter or sampling point (an extremely useful feature). As a result, you'll be able to quickly, easily and accurately evaluate the results of any monitoring and testing program even if you've never evaluated environmental data before. So regardless of your background or experience, you'll find Monitor easy to learn and a pleasure to use. Monitor's data assessment reports were inherently designed to:

  • Characterize and summarize the data
  • Identify short-term, significant changes
  • Locate and confirm long-term trends
  • Compare the data among separate sampling points
  • Detect and determine regulatory exceedences

In addition to interpreting environmental data, Monitor also includes numerous provisions for presenting environmental sampling information. Designed for both professional and regulatory use, Monitor's data presentation reports include traditional cross-tab style, historical data listings and ready-to-submit NPDES discharge monitoring reports. Monitor's reports and graphs were specifically designed to meet or exceed most State and Federal environmental reporting requirements. However, if you need a specific procedure or a report that isn't currently available, contact us and we'll work with you to create exactly what you need to do your job.


It offers remote database replication and synchronization capabilities.

Monitor's residential database (SYBASE SQL Anywhere) now comes bundled with a SYBASE product called 'SQL Remote' that provides bi-directional replication between a central database server and a collection of remote databases. The system doesn't require direct connection between the databases, but instead, utilizes standard messaging services such as SMTP, MAPI or VIM (i.e., e-mail) to replicate changes and updates. The central (consolidated) database server arranges the data to be replicated into 'publications' which are subscribed to by remote or occasional users of Monitor. Replication is handled by message agents located at the primary data storage site and at each remote site. The message agent periodically packages any changes made to the publication and sends them to 'subscribers' using their e-mail systems. Meanwhile, any subscriber changes made to a publication are then replicated back to the consolidated database.

As a practical matter, Monitor's replication and synchronization features will fundamentally alter the way environmental data is processed throughout an organization. Analytical laboratory data that is now 'distributed' by passing a diskette around will instead be quietly replicated for database 'subscribers' whenever they check their e-mail. Project managers that frequently wait weeks for a spreadsheet file will instead have instantaneous access to all the latest sampling results even if other remote users are adding data on a routine basis. Professionals that constantly find themselves attending last minute meetings can now arrive with a fully-updated laptop simply by accessing their e-mail before the meeting. As these examples illustrate, database replication is an important issue for the environmental professional and a powerful new feature in Monitor.

It gives you the electronic data transfer capabilities you need.

Monitor can electronically accept monitoring and testing results from virtually every database, spreadsheet and mainframe system on the market. Of course, you can manually enter sampling results as well. For a detailed list of Monitor's importable and exportable file types, please see Import-Export Specifications.


With its Data Import Wizard, Monitor offers sophisticated electronic data transfer provisions. As an example, Monitor checks every numerical result against a stored 'default unit.' Then, sampling results are automatically checked and then standardized before being evaluated, eliminating the possibility of analyzing data with inconsistent units of measurement.

Likewise, sophisticated character recognition code built into Monitor automatically recognizes and transfers similar forms of information during the importation process (i.e., Total Dissolved Solids and TDS). In fact, this inherent ability to incorporate user-entered aliases significantly reduces the time it takes to properly import large quantities of analytical data. Monitor can also import data within existing spreadsheet files that are traditionally difficult to import because of the way the data was initially configured (i.e., parameters in the first column and sampling points in the first row or visa versa).

Monitor can also export various file types containing specifically the sampling information you choose. This makes Monitor the ideal tool for generating electronic deliverables including spreadsheet files, database files, word processing files and import files for other software packages. For added flexibility, Monitor includes the ability to quickly generate Excel or Lotus 123 spreadsheet files in three commonly-utilized spreadsheet formats.

For developing your own custom import routines, Monitor includes a powerful but straightforward SQL scripting import feature. This database querying system lets users clone their legacy data in large corporate databases in order to take advantage of Monitor's advanced analysis and reporting features. The SQL scripts can be entered into your word processor and copied and pasted into Monitor's Data Import Wizard or simply typed directly into the Wizard.

It promotes the unrestrained flow of crucial information.

Monitor was specifically designed to reduce the traditional barriers and bottlenecks associated with the routine flow of vital information. It accomplishes this objective by providing direct access to the level of information that is strategically important to environmental projects. As an example, with Monitor, it takes approximately two minutes to see if a monitored site has exceeded any regulatory thresholds. Similarly, it's just as easy to generate a discharge monitoring report, identify any significant trends, or produce a control chart that you can resize and insert into your word processing document or spreadsheet file.

Monitor can also save and export all of its reports and graphs as HTML files. This means that any output from Monitor can be directly linked to an organization's Intranet or Internet web pages without any modifications. In fact, with Microsoft Front Page, the HTML document becomes instantly available on the Internet via the World Wide Web simply by entering the correct path. With Monitor, organizations can be confident that they have the flexibility and the features that are essential for properly and efficiently managing regulated environmental information.

It can grow with an organization's specific needs.

If you work with highly-specialized reporting regulations or need additional data handling and assessment capabilities, a number of specialized add-ons are being worked on including:

  • Integrated Map-based Presentation Package (GIS)
  • Permit Tracking
  • Site Assessment, Remediation and Risk Assessment
  • Geotechnical Information Presentation and Reporting
  • Data Validation and CLP Reporting

The bottom line - better data management and easier reporting.

With Monitor, your data is always secure, organized, and accessible in a variety of forms. In addition, with Monitor's built-in data assessment and presentation tools, you'll finally have direct access to the tools and the features that are essential for properly handling regulated environmental data. In summary, Monitor offers environmental professionals two crucial benefits.

Monitor's fully-integrated and highly-automated design lets professionals perform tasks they cannot feasibly do right now. Specifically, it lets them quickly, easily and accurately generate fully interpreted environmental information on demand. This substantially increases the core skills and overall responsiveness of any organization.

Monitor provides organizations with a cost-effective solution for storing and processing virtually any quantity of environmental data. Thus, with its advanced client-server design and feature-rich front-end, Monitor now represents the 'ultimate' environmental data management system.

Monitor's advanced electronic data transfer features lets users take advantage of existing environmental data regardless of its origin, format or current location. 

Monitor's 32-bit Windows front-end lets users seamlessly integrate Monitor's capabilities with other popular desktop applications such as databases, spreadsheets, word processors and CAD programs.

Monitor's specialized data handling and assessment features enable it to handle most types of environmental data - quickly, easily and accurately. 


Monitor 5 includes every major environmental statistical and graphical procedure currently advocated by both the EPA and the ASTM along with the specific data handling features that are required to properly interpret and present most types of environmental data. Data characterization, normalization and screening is handled automatically and all of the statistical reports are fully automated, self-explanatory and seamlessly exportable to Microsoft Word, Excel and the Internet as an HTML file.

Presenting the Data

  • Standard Cross-Tab and Tabular Reports
  • Discharge Monitoring Reports (NPDES)
  • Historical Data Reports (chronologically sorted tabular format)
  • Laboratory QA Reports (analytical quality assurance information)

Characterizing the Data

  • Goodness of-fit Tests
  • Distributional Plots (histograms, probability plots)
  • Maximum Detected Values (program-wide maximums)
  • Outlier Test
  • Summary Statistics (mean, median, variance, max., min., etc.)
  • Distributional Attributes (skewness, kurtosis, coefficients of variation)
  • Confidence Intervals (normal, lognormal, nonparametric)

Detecting Changes and Trends

  • Prediction Limits (normal, lognormal, nonparametric, Poisson)
  • Tolerance Limits (normal, lognormal, Poisson)
  • Mann-Kendall Trend Test
  • Time-series Plots (with best fit trend line, mean and regulatory limits)


Comparing Sampling Points

  • One-Way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) with comparisons
  • Nonparametric ANOVA (Kruskal-Wallis) with comparisons
  • Prediction Limits (normal lognormal, nonparametric, Poisson)
  • Tolerance Limits (normal, lognormal, Poisson)
  • Wilcoxon Rank-Sum Test

Identifying Exceedences

  • Direct comparisons to fixed regulatory thresholds
  • Confidence interval comparisons to fixed regulatory thresholds

Visualizing the Results

  • Miniature and Full-Sized Time-Series Plots
  • Histograms
  • CUSUM-Shewhart Control Charts
  • Box and Whisker Plots
  • Stiff Plots
  • Surface Plots


Dealing with Non-Detects

  • One-half and Full Detection Limit Substitution
  • Atchison's Adjustment (zero substitution method)
  • Cohen's Method
  • Ignore Non-Detects

Handling Duplicate Samples

  • Use mean of duplicates
  • Use median of duplicates
  • Use maximum of duplicates
  • Use all duplicates


From stand-alone PC installations to enterprise-wide computing

With its advanced client-server architecture, Monitor takes full advantage of SPX/IPX and TCP/IP connectivity for seamless access to environmental information stored on PCs, network servers or enterprise-wide data management systems. Consequently, the issues of system administration and security are primarily dictated by the way Monitor is installed. In general Monitor can be scaled for three commonly-utilized installation strategies:

  • Stand-alone, on a single computer
  • Client-Server, on a local area network
  • Enterprise-Wide, on a wide area network

For stand-alone installations on a PC, Monitor is shipped with its own relational database. Hardware requirements are consistent with most Windows-based applications. Other than Windows 95 or NT, Monitor doesn't require the use of any other software. In the stand-alone version, the database comes pre-loaded with sample monitoring programs to help new users familiarize themselves with the system's features and capabilities. A user-friendly Wizard walks you through the installation process, and no administrative procedures are generally required other than routine backups. For this task, Monitor comes with its own backup and restore program that includes automated disk formatting, advanced data compression capabilities, multiple backup options and the capacity to integrate other Windows backup programs.

Client-server installations on a local area network (LAN)

For client-server configurations on a local area network, Monitor is shipped with licenses for the application software and a database engine of the organization's choice. During the installation, Monitor locates the database on the network server and creates the tables necessary to store the data. For organizations that already have corporate environmental databases, Monitor will create an additional instance of the database and store its tables.

For client-server configurations on a LAN, Monitor provides two levels of security. At the user level, passwords are provided for access to the system and all the data. At the database administrator or system administrator level, Monitor provides system level security including the ability to maintain individual user passwords. Administrators can block certain tables as read-only thereby allowing multiple users secure access to the database. Record-level locking allows multiple users to connect, retrieve and modify data simultaneously.


Enterprise-wide installations on a wide area network (WAN)

The open architecture of Monitor allows for unmatched levels of enterprise wide configuration, operation and administration of a distributed system of environmental databases. For example, organizations with offices nationwide can maintain individual Monitor databases on their separate office LANs and simultaneously synchronize data from several nodes. With the Oracle RDMS, one of Monitor's supported database engines, organizations can maintain databases that automatically update each other whenever records in any individual database are modified. Parallel server options enable database servers to take over whenever any other servers fail allowing unparalleled fail-safe modes of operation.

Monitor provides multiple levels of security for wide area network (WAN) installations. At the user level, passwords are provided for access to the entire system or all the data within portions of the system. At the project administrator level, Monitor provides for the maintenance of local security while at the database or system administrator level, Monitor provides for distributed maintenance, backup and restore, and upgrade capabilities.



Importing and Exporting Information

Monitor 5 can import and export environmental information in the following file types. Monitor also includes electronic data transfer options for the IRPIMS and EPA-PCS databases.1 

Importable File Types

Exportable File Types

Any ODBC Source

Any ODBC Supported File

Microsoft Access (*.mdb)

Microsoft Excel (*.xls)

Microsoft Excel (*.xls)

Crystal Reports (RPT) 2

GRITS/STAT (*.dbf)

GRITS/STAT (*.dbf)

dBASE (*.dbf)

Data Interchange Format (DIF) 2

Paradox (*.dbf)


FoxPro (*.db)

Lotus 1-2-3 (WK1, WK2, WK3) 2

Visual FoxPro (*.db)

Paginated Text 2

Monitor/DOS Database (*.dbf)

Record Style (columnar) 2

Text Files (*.txt, *.csv)

Text Files (*.txt, *.csv)

Tab Delimited

Tab and Space Delimited

Space Delimited

Comma and Character Separated

Comma Separated

Fixed Width

Fixed Width

Microsoft Word 2

1. Summer 1998 release 2. Export option for reports only. All products listed above are registered trademarks of their respective companies.

Importing and Exporting Pre-Formatted Spreadsheet Files

To utilize environmental data stored in existing spreadsheet files, Monitor can also import and export three commonly-used spreadsheet styles without any required modifications (see above for acceptable file types).

Style 1 Spreadsheet (parameters in 1st column and sampling points in 1st row)

Style 2 Spreadsheet (sampling points in 1st column and parameters in 1st row)

Style 3 Spreadsheet (one complete record per row)


Monitor 5 is capable of managing a very comprehensive collection of environmental information. Specifically, this encompasses the complete range of information associated with most environmental monitoring and testing programs including detailed laboratory- and field-generated quality-assurance data.

Company Name
Company Type
Contact Information

Site ID
Site Name
Properties: Company, Latitude, Longitude, Elevation

Program Name
Properties: Permit Number, Program Type , Frequency, Current Status

Contact Name
Contact Address Types: Billing, Mailing, Shipping, etc.
Contract Address Information: Street Address, City, State, Country, Zip Code, Comment
Contact Detail: Information (Fax, Phone, E-mail Address, etc.)
Contact Notes

Parameter ID
Parameter Name
Properties: CAS #, Storet #, Param. Classification (i.e., VOC's), Default Units, Default Method
Default Limits: Reporting Limit, Regulatory Limit, Value

Parameter Class Name

Parameter Group Name
Properties: Method, Unit, Detection Limit, Quantitation Limit
Regulation Limits: Limit Description, Limit Value
Defaults: Units, Detection Limit, Method, Regulation Limit

Program Parameter: Name
Parameter Name
Properties: Method, Unit, Detection Limit, Quantitation Limit
Regulation Limits: Limit Description, Limit Value

Sample Type

Sample ID
Properties: Container ID, Sampling Point, Sample Group, Matrix, Sample Type, Temperature, Amount of Sample, Preservatives Used, Laboratory, Sampler's Initials
Date and Time Sampled
Date and Time Received
Date and Time Reported
Chain-of-Custody Details

Sample Note
Sampling Method Identifier
Sample Name
Sample Contact Identifier
Sample Temperature
Sample pH
Sample Conductivity
Sample Amount
Sample Shipping Company

Well Construction Detail Identifier
Well Construction Detail Type
Well Segments
Well Screen Type
Well Casing
Well Head Elevation
Well Geological Data Source
Well Driller
Well Installer
Well Last Sampled
Boring Log Information
Boring Log Entry Identifier
Boring Log Entry Description
Boring Log Entry Depth
Drilling Entry Identifier
Drilling Entry Description


Method Blank Value
Reagent Blank Value
Trip Blank Value
Preparation Blank Value

Matrix Spike Recovery
Matrix Spike Duplicate Recovery
Post-digestion Spike Recovery
Laboratory Control Spike Recovery

Surrogate Standard Recovery
Internal Standard Recovery
System Performance Monitoring Compound Recovery

Initial Calibration Verification
Continuing Calibration Verification

Target Ion Relative Abundance
Qualifier Ion Relative Abundance
BFB Tune Check Ratios
DFTPP Tune Check Ratios

Sample Group Name

Sampling Point ID
Sampling Point Description
Location Class
Virtual Point

Indicator Description

Matrix Type

Regulation (i.e., MCL, ACL, etc.)

Laboratory Name

Location Classification Description

Method Description

Flowpath Description

Unit Name
Conversion: Base Unit, Multiplier

Import Field
Old Value (from)
New Value (to)

Result ID
Parameter: Detection/Quantitation Limit, Result Set, Nondetect, Exclude from Report, Indicators
Result Value
Date and Time Sampled
Date and Time Analyzed
Sample ID
Sampling Point ID

Data Group Name
Sampling Points
Data Range
Nondetects Substitute
Duplicates (Mean, Median, Maximum, Use all Duplicates)
Fields: Date-Time Sampled, Date-Time Analyzed, Method, Detection Limit, Quantitation Limit, Sample ID, Sampling Point

Location Classes
Detail Types
Program Frequencies
Program Status
Program Types
Sample Types
Address Types
Parameter Classes

Monitor 5 Requirements: Pentium 90 MHz running Windows 95 or NT 4.00 with 32 MB RAM.

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