VieVS creates a number of information/data such as session information, estimated parameters and statistics which are described in this section.
In a single-session analysis several informations are provided in the Matlab command window. Those include:
After a processing run, a plot appears showing the residuals of the last session (if only one session was processed, the residuals of this session are shown). The residuals can also be (at a later stage) visualized in Plotting - Residuals.
VieVS writes automatically all selected parameters to a textfile, which is overwritten in every new run. The output file is /VieVS/WORK/input_protocol.txt. If you want to write that file to a different directory, click on the button Save as… in Run - VieVS estimation settings.
In VieVS there are possibilities to save processed data in a certain format (SINEX) or calculate additional parameters for processed data.
SINEX is a standard output format for geodetic parameters. If you want to write these textfiles, go to Run - Sinex output and tick the checkbox write SINEX file. The user can select the parameters to be included in the SINEX file by switching the radio buttons. Note, that the SINEX file could become very large when all parameters are written to the SINEX file.
In Plotting - EOP/BAS out for the chosen processed data EOP time series can be can be written in the file in three formats:
Writing the data to file:
File with detailed info by columns:
1 .... MJD (modified Julian date in days) 2-6 .... total EOP values(xpol,ypol,dut1,dX,dY) 7-11 .... a priori EOP (input in VIE_MOD: x_apr, y_apr, ut_apr, dX_apr, dY_apr) 11-16 .... estimated values (x_est, y_est, dut1_est, dX_est, dY_est) 17-21 .... error of estimation (x_err, y_err, ut_err, dX_err, dY_err) 22-24 .... the high-frequency (subdaily) ERP corrections (x_hf, y_hf, ut_hf)
where all units in mas resp. ms (dut1) and the total EOP values are the a priori EOP plus estimated values.
In order to write a text file containing all baselines between the participating stations and their baseline repeatability, go to Plotting - EOP/BAS out.
In your command window:
Baseline length repeatability written to: ../OUT/basRep_subfolder.txt
1 (cols 01-17) baseline name 2 (cols 19-28) mean epoch (modified Julian date in days) 3 (cols 30-42) mean baseline length in meters 4 (cols 44-49) baseline length repeatability in cm 5 (cols 51-56) weighted baseline length repeatability in cm
In the panel Baseline length repeatability options you can make:
1 .... session 2 .... reference time, modified Julian date in days 3 .... baselines names 4 .... a priori baseline lengths in meters 5 .... estimated baseline lengths in meters 6 .... formal errors in meters