Whether plotting blast damage radii from results obtained in BREEZE Incident Analyst, graphically pinpointing the maximum concentrations in your AERMOD results, or analyzing the 3D wind flow around a mountain in your CALMET data, 3D Analyst is an indispensable tool that enhances your productivity when analyzing a variety of scenarios.

Read the release notes for the full list of features and bug fixes

  • Increased efficiency with the updated map control that includes significant improvements to the Map view
  • Added a feature to display base maps in the Map tab alongside with contours of .b3d data extracted from AERMOD archive AMZ files
  • Added the ability to customize legends for the concentration contour plot in Google Earth
  • Improved the plot-to-Surfer function so that when there are concentration contours of different time periods to plot, each time period is plotted to an individual layer in the same plot file instead of creating one plot file for one time period
  • Import, visualize, and post-process data from AERMOD, CALMET, CALPUFF, Incident Analyst, and other BREEZE software
  • View results in 3D, 2D, as a time series, and in table format
  • Overlay results on basemaps (imported automatically from BREEZE software or basemaps added yourself)
  • Customize graphics easily, choose from: scale bars, map overlays, high-value markers, and contour color scales
  • Visualize contribution of each source to overall concentration with Contribution view
  • Automatically calculate and plot the radius from a source to a threshold concentration
  • Sort data in spreadsheet format with Table view
  • Visualize plumes and wind vectors in 3D for a new level of understanding
  • View 3D isosurfaces and color-filled volumes
  • View horizontal and vertical cross-sections
  • Rotate, zoom, and pan to view results from every angle
  • Export results as images (.jpg, .png, .bmp, .gif, .tif)
  • Export animations (.avi) to see results as a function of time
  • Export results as GIS shapefiles
  • Plot results in Google Earth™ (.kmz), Surfer®, or Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) formats
  • Produce line, bar, and pie charts from results
  • Save data to an Excel file or a text file with user-customized format
  • Save the Appearance settings for the model result graphics, including the settings for Contour Levels
  • Save data and project templates under the BREEZE Application button
  • Compute averages, percentile values, and high values
  • Calculate data transformations (e.g. multiply by or add a constant)
  • Find all values that exceed a specified threshold
  • Merge (add, multiply, etc.) or combine together multiple data files
  • Automate common workflows with Data Flowchart utility
  • Conduct source contribution analyses with Contribution tools

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