### Position

Position metrics represent a sensor's raw location

**X:** Position measured in the X-Axis. The X-Axis for a sensor is dependent on the particular sensor.

**Y:** Position measured in the Y-Axis. The Y-Axis for a sensor is dependent on the particular sensor.

**Z:** Position measured in the Z-Axis. The Z-Axis for a sensor is dependent on the particular sensor.

**Northing:** Position measured in the Geographic Cartesian Coordinate, Northing. Raw data pulled from GeoMos

**Easting:** Position measured in the Geographic Cartesian Coordinate, Easting. Raw data pulled from GeoMos

**Height:** Sensor Height. Raw data pulled from GeoMos

**Elevation: **A sensor's elevation (Configurable for many sensors)

**Longitudinal:** A sensors position in the Longitudinal axis. This axis is offset of the Northing axis by the degree specified in Structure Azimuth.

**Transverse:** A sensors position in the Transverse axis. This axis is offset of the Easting axis by the degree specified in Structure Azimuth.

**Slope Distance:** Overall distance between two points in 3D space

**Depth:** The depth of a sensor

### Displacement

Displacement metrics measure a change in position. The start date used to calculate displacement is specified in the Reference Date field. If no reference date is specified, the beginning of the plot will act as the reference.

**∆ X:** Change of position in the X Axis. The X-Axis for a sensor is dependent on the particular sensor.

**∆ Y:** Change of position in the Y Axis. The Y-Axis for a sensor is dependent on the particular sensor.

**∆ Z: **Change of position in the Z Axis. The Z-Axis for a sensor is dependent on the particular sensor.

**∆ Northing:** Change of the position of the Geographic Cartesian Coordinate, Northing.

**∆ Easting:** Change of the position of the Geographic Cartesian Coordinate, Easting.

**∆ Elevation:** Change in Elevation.

**∆ Longitudinal:** Change of position in the Longitudinal Axis. The Longitudinal Axis is offset of the Northing axis by the degree specified in Structure Azimuth.

**∆ Transverse:** Change of position in the Transverse Axis. The Transverse Axis is offset of the Easting axis by the degree specified in Structure Azimuth.

**∆ Height:** Change in Height

**∆ 2D Horizontal: **Total change in position relative to the X/Y Plane.

**∆ 3D:** Total change in position relative to X/Y/Z Space.

**∆ Slope Distance:** Change in overall distance between two points in 3D space over a set amount of time

### Velocity

Velocity metrics measure the rate of change in position over time.

**V X:** Rate of change of position in the X Axis. The X-Axis for a sensor is dependent on the particular sensor.

**V Y:** Rate of change of position in the Y Axis. The Y-Axis for a sensor is dependent on the particular sensor.

**V Z:** Rate of change of position in the Z Axis. The Z-Axis for a sensor is dependent on the particular sensor.

**V Northing:** Rate of change of the position of the Geographic Cartesian Coordinate, Northing.

**V Easting:** Rate of change of the position of the Geographic Cartesian Coordinate, Easting.

**V Height:** Rate of change in Elevation.

**V Longitudinal:** Rate of change of position in the Longitudinal Axis. The Longitudinal Axis is offset of the Northing axis by the degree specified in Structure Azimuth.

**V Transverse:** Rate of change of position in the Transverse Axis. The Transverse Axis is offset of the Easting axis by the degree specified in Structure Azimuth.

**V 2D Horizontal:** Rate of total change in position relative to the X/Y Plane.

**V 3D:** Rate of total change in position relative to X/Y/Z Space.

**V Slope Distance:** Rate of change in overall distance between two points in 3D space over a set amount of time

### Acceleration

Velocity metrics measure the rate of change in position over time.

**a X:** Acceleration in the X Axis. The X-Axis for a sensor is dependent on the particular sensor.

**a Y:** Acceleration in the Y Axis. The Y-Axis for a sensor is dependent on the particular sensor.

**a Z:** Acceleration in the Z Axis. The Z-Axis for a sensor is dependent on the particular sensor.

**a Northing:** Acceleration of the Geographic Cartesian Coordinate, Northing.

**a Easting:** Acceleration of the Geographic Cartesian Coordinate, Easting.

**a Height:** Acceleration in Elevation.

**a Longitudinal:** Acceleration in the Longitudinal Axis. The Longitudinal Axis is offset of the Northing axis by the degree specified in Structure Azimuth.

**a Transverse:** Acceleration in the Transverse Axis. The Transverse Axis is offset of the Easting axis by the degree specified in Structure Azimuth.

**a 2D Horizontal:** Acceleration relative to the X/Y Plane.

**a 3D:** Acceleration relative to X/Y/Z Space.

**a Slope Distance:** Acceleration between two points in 3D space over a set amount of time

### Tilt

Tilt is the angle measured down from the vertical.

**Tilt X: **Angle measured in the X-Axis. The X-Axis for a sensor is dependent on the particular sensor.

**Tilt Y:** Angle measured in the Y-Axis. The Y-Axis for a sensor is dependent on the particular sensor.

**Tilt Northing: **Angle measured in the Geographic Cartesian Coordinate, Northing

**Tilt Easting:** Angle measured in the Geographic Cartesian Coordinate, Easting

**Tilt Longitudinal:** Angle measured in the Longitudinal Axis. The Longitudinal Axis is offset of the Northing axis by the degree specified in Structure Azimuth.

**Tilt Transverse:** Angle measured down in the Transverse Axis. The Transverse Axis is offset of the Easting axis by the degree specified in Structure Azimuth.

**∆ Tilt X:** Change in the angle measured in the X-Axis. The X-Axis for a sensor is dependent on the particular sensor.

**∆ Tilt Y:** Change in the angle measured in the Y-Axis. The Y-Axis for a sensor is dependent on the particular sensor.

**∆ Tilt Northing:** Change in the angle measured down from the vertical in the Geographic Cartesian Coordinate, Northing

**∆ Tilt Easting:** Change in the angle measured down from the vertical in the Geographic Cartesian Coordinate, Easting

**∆ Tilt Longitudinal:** Change in the angle measured down from the vertical in the Longitudinal Axis. The Longitudinal Axis is offset of the Northing axis by the degree specified in Structure Azimuth.

**∆ Tilt Transverse:** Change in the angle measured down from the vertical in the Transverse Axis. The Transverse Axis is offset of the Easting axis by the degree specified in Structure Azimuth.

### Quality

**Zenith Angle:** The difference between the instrument's internal orientation and orientation of known reference point in project coordinate system.

**Horizontal Angle:** The Instrument's internally measured orientation.

**Azimuth Angle:** The corrected angle using the instruments internally measured orientation (Azimuth) and Zenith angle.

### Environmental

**Pressure:** Force per unit of area

**∆ Pressure:** Change in force per unit of area over a defined amount of time

**Humidity (%):** The amount of water vapor in the atmosphere

**Temperature: **The temperature of the surrounding environment

**∆ Temperature:** The change in temperature over a set amount of time

**Depth H _{2}0:** The amount of water above the piezometer

**Elevation H _{2}0:** Elevation of H

_{2}0 will take the Collar Elevation minus the Sensor Depth plus the Depth of H

_{2}0 to calculate the elevation of water.

**∆ Elevation H _{2}0:** The Change of Elevation of H

_{2}0 over a set amount of time

**Volumetric Flow Rate:** The volume of fluid which passes per unit time

## Process

**Flow Velocity:** The rate at which a fluid is moving

**Volume:** The amount of space that a substance or object occupies

### Diagnostics

**Transmit Rate:** The speed that data is being transmitted from a THREAD

**Receive Rate:** The speed that data is being received at a THREAD

**dBm:** The signal strength of a THREAD

**Voltage:** The battery voltage of a device

### Analog

**Frequency:** Raw Frequency measurements in Hertz or Digits

### Other

**Deposition:** The amount of soil deposited over a SEAD sensor

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