How do I analyze my own GNSS data?

To analyze your own GNSS data you must

  • comply with the software expectations for how the files should be named.

  • make sure the files have the expected information in them (e.g. SNR data, RINEX files must have a priori coordinates in the header)

  • files are stored in the expected directories.

The naming conventions for GNSS observation files are given in the files page.

For questions about expected folders, see the rinex2snr documentation

If you have questions about converting NMEA files, the best I can offer is that you read the description in the files page and possibly the nmea2snr documentation

For docker users, there is some additional information in the install page.

For notebook users, you must contact Kelly Enloe at Earthscope if you have questions about how to analyze your own data.