MOVES Training Outline
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Draft MOVES2009 Training Outline 1. MOVES Overview. a. What is MOVES? b. Why are we developing it? c. How is MOVES better than MOBILE? d. Making the Transition to MOVES. i. Schedule and versions. ii. Between draft and final. iii. Guidance documents. iv. What should you do now? e. Draft MOVES2009 i. Comparisons to MOBILE results. ii. Known limitations and future improvements. f. How does MOVES work? i. What is VSP? 2. Running MOVES (National Scale). a. Tour of the GUI. b. Creating a RunSpec. i. Exercise – National run. 3. Looking at MOVES output. a. GUI post-processing tools. i. Exercise – use post-processing script. ii. Exercise – produce Summary Report. iii. Viewing and exporting data using the MySQL Query Browser. b. Basics of MySQL. i. Overview of basic MySQL commands. ii. Exercise – selecting and filtering data. 4. MOVES runs for SIPs and Conformity. a. County Data Manager. i. Go through each tab. ii. Exercise – open and populate a template (population). iii. Exercise – export default data, review and import (meteorology). iv. Exercise – do a county-level run. b. MOBILE6 convertors. i. Age distributions. ii. Average speed distributions. iii. Meteorology information. 5. Custom domain example. a. Exercise – create a custom domain. b. Using the I/M editor. 6. Project Level Data Manager. a. Go through each tab. b. Exercise – open and populate a template. c. Exercise – do a project-level run. 7. Miscellaneous Topics 8. Tips, best practices, etc. a. Keeping track of files. b. Aggregation vs. disaggregation. c. Errata.