Subject: Data Seal 9/5/97 summary MAC Data (fwd)

mike williamson (williams@www1.wheelock.edu)
Fri, 5 Sep 1997 20:32:22 -0400 (EDT)

Subject: MAC Data

Mike meet Mac...Mac meet Mike...(sorry, I had to do that)...

Attached here is the dive data we have on Mac so far.  I've compiled the
depth and duration figures into two tables.  These are the total dives we
have data on since Mac was released.  The questions are do we see any
patterns?  To figure this out you will have to add up the ten day samples
and calculate the percentages for each sample"bin".  This is a quick way to
get an idea of the distribution of the data and if it has changed over time.
There is information on a little over two thousand dives, which sounds like
alot, but it is really just about enough to start looking for patterns.

Good Luck...

ge


For the math challanged I'll send you another message with the calculations
done.

DEPTH											
depth in meters	0-40	40-104	104-200	200-300	300-400	400-504	504-600				
											
DATE				DIVES							
7/28-8/6	117	147	42	31	1	0	0	0		
8/7-8/16	56	6	20	24	0	0	0	0			
8/16-8/25	121	14	74	159	29	6	0	0			
8/26-9/4	66	7	34	115	7	0	0	0		
TOTAL				
											
											
											
DURATION											
minutes	0-2	2-5	5-10	10-15	15-20	20-25	25-35	35-45	45-60	>60	TOTAL
											
DATE				DIVES							
7/28-8/6	161	3	231	6	9	0	0	0	0	3	
											
											
8/7-8/16	81	2	81	1	0	1	0	0	0	5	
											
											
8/16-8/25	42	0	38	37	3	0	0	0	0	0	
											
											
8/26-9/4	66	1	48	133	4	0	1	1	0	0	
Greg Early
Edgerton Research Laboratory				
New England Aquarium
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Boston, Mass 02110
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617-723-6207 (FAX)		
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