Manual Page for Command >> LAG


Syntax
>> LAG

Parent Command
> PARAMETER

Subcommand
>>> NONE
>>> SET

Description
This command selects as a parameter a constant lag, shifting data in time. The time lag is applied to the output that refers to a specific data set:

z(t) = zTOUGH2 (t + lag)

Here, t is time, lag is the estimated time lag in seconds, and zTOUGH2 is the TOUGH2 output. The result z is compared to the measurement z* of the corresponding data set. A single data set is identified by number using command >>> SET (p); multiple data sets a specified with command >>>> INDEX (p). If the lag is known, i.e., does not need to be estimated, use command >>>> SHIFT TIME, a subcommand of > OBSERVATION.

Example
> PARAMETER
>> LAG
>>> NONE
>>>> ANNOTATION: time lag
>>>> INDEX: 1 2 3
>>>> GUESS: 300 sec.
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See Also
>> DRIFT | >> FACTOR | >> SHIFT | >>> SET (p), | >>>> INDEX (p), | >>>> SHIFT


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