Position files contain GPS monument positions calculated from station RINEX data. The POS format files are comprehensive, while the simpler CSV format files are easily used for plotting in Excel, etc.. Data are available in both the NAM14 and IGS14 reference frames.
Detrended position files contain the same data as the unfiltered position CSV files, but with a linear trend removed to better show position residuals. Only data for the NAM14 reference frame are detrended.
Time series plots of the data in the Unfiltered and Detrended CSV files, with a Cleaned plot showing detrended data with large residuals removed. Clicking on the arrow buttons on the pop-up plot window cycles through the different plot types.
Interactive tool that allows users to generate custom time series plots showing GPS station position (unfiltered, detrended or cleaned), state of health (SOH), quality control (QC), and receiver voltage and temperature. Output options include line plots, scatter plots and csv files.
The IGS site log is an ASCII-format standard for publishing key metadata for a permanent GPS station, including location, equipment history and contact information.
RINEX files are the de-facto ASCII standard for sharing GPS data. They contain a metadata header and sufficient observation information for post-processing.
Receiver files contain the raw binary data collected by a GPS receiver, including data not typically used for processing. The format is either open-format BINEX or is specific to the receiver manufacturer.
Last modified: 2014-05-23 19:18:38 America/Denver