Commit 2617978a authored by Samuël Weber's avatar Samuël Weber
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better help component

parent 042f116a
......@@ -751,7 +751,11 @@ def get_about_app_results_component():
component = dbc.Row(
dbc.Col(
width=12,
children=dcc.Markdown(open("how_to.mdwn", "r").read(), dangerously_allow_html=True)
children=dcc.Markdown(
open("how_to.mdwn", "r").read(),
dangerously_allow_html=True,
className="help-component"
),
),
justify="center",
)
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......@@ -23,8 +23,12 @@
position: sticky;
}
.equation {
text-align: center;
/* .equation { */
/* text-align: center; */
/* } */
.help-component {
max-width: 800px;
}
.text {
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......@@ -18,24 +18,32 @@ Notably, you can select the PMF factor for each site and the OP measurements.
* **Monthly**: Aggregated monthly boxplot or barplot;
* **Seasonal**: Aggregated seasonal (4 seasons: DJF, MAM, JJA, SON) boxplot or barplot.
### PMF (Positive Matrix Factorization)
### Source apportionment of PM : PMF (Positive Matrix Factorization)
This part present the results of the PMF studies used as input variable for the
attribution of the OP to the PM sources.
* **Profiles**: display the species concentration in each selected PMF profile (in µg/µg or in µg/m⁻³);
* **DeltaTool**: plot each profile of each stations against the other similar profile, to assess the chemical similarity of the different profiles, following the approach proposed by
[Pernigotti & Belis, 2018](https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2018.02.046).
* **Uncertainties**: give an estimation of the uncertainties of the profiles species concentration thanks to both the *Bootstrap* and *Displacement* estimates of the EPA PMF5 software.
* **Species repartition**: display what fraction of each species are apportioned by each PMF factors.
### OP (Oxidative Potential)
* **Overview per station**: display the species concentration in each selected PMF
profile (in µg/µg or in µg/m⁻³) as well as the contribution time series to PM mass of
each determined factor;
* **Inter-sites variability** : variability of the chemical composition for each factor
at the given sites;
* **Profiles chemical similitude (DeltaTool)**: estimate quantitatively the chemical
similitude of each pairs of factor name similarly (i.e. biomass burning, road traffic,
etc), following the approach
proposed by [Pernigotti & Belis, 2018](https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2018.02.046).
* **Per specie variability (BS and DISP)**: give an estimation of the uncertainties of
the profiles species concentration thanks to both the *Bootstrap* and *Displacement*
estimates of the EPA PMF5 software.
* **Species repartition**: display the amount of each species apportioned by each PMF factors.
### Oxidative Potential apportionment
This part is the results of the multiple linear regression (MLR) of the PMF
factors against the OP<sup>AA</sup> and OP<sup>DTT</sup> measurements, following
the equation:
<p class="equation">
<p class="equation ml-5">
OP<sub>obs</sub> = G × β + ε
</p>
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