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Sean Allen

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Hi, I am a brand new user. I've found that when using a tool like Seeq, I learn best when I have a project to work on. 

I recently became interested in what the current wet-bulb globe temperature is. The NWS has a webpage with a widget on it that compares humidity, wind speed, ambient temp, sun cover, etc., to determine the wet-bulb globe temperature. 

Can I import this information into a Seeq worksheet(?) to see trends & compare data? Is that a capability? 

I'm trying to define a project that I can create that will force me to incorporate a lot of elements in analysis & presentation.

Thanks for any feedback.

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Hi Sean, 

Here are some thoughts:

1. First and foremost, if you are a new Seeq user and have not taken our Foundations training course, I strongly encourage you to take it. That is the best way to get started using Seeq. Click on the Training link here (https://support.seeq.com/) for more information and let me know if you need additional help accessing training.

2. Seeq has a NOAA Weather connector which enables Seeq to access and trend data from the National Weather Service API. More information here: https://support.seeq.com/kb/latest/cloud/noaa-weather-service

I don't think that gets you exactly what you asked for, but it will get you some weather data access you can play around with. 

3. You can import any time series data (that you can download from the NWS webpage or anywhere else) into Seeq for trending and analysis using our CSV Import tool in Seeq Workbench. More info here: https://support.seeq.com/kb/latest/cloud/import-csv-files

4. Under the Data tab in Seeq Workbench, within the Asset Trees section there is an Example asset tree with many signals which can be used for building/exploring calculations. 


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