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Syntax
> OBSERVATION

Parent Command
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Subcommands
>> CONCENTRATION
>> CONTENT
>> COVARIANCE
>> CUMULATIVE
>> DRAWDOWN
>> ENTHALPY
>> FLOW
>> GENERATION
>> LIST
>> MASS FRACTION
>> MOLE FRACTION
>> MOMENT
>> PEST
>> PRESSURE
>> PRODUCTION
>> REGULARIZATION
>> RESTART TIME
>> SATURATION
>> SECONDARY
>> TEMPERATURE
>> TIME (o)
>> TOTAL MASS
>> USER (o)
>> VOLUME
>> WATERTABLE

Description
This is the first-level command for specifying the observations available for use in parameter estimation. It can also be used to specify the points in space and time at which output is requested for sensitivity analysis, uncertainty propagation analysis, or plotting. The observations are a subset of all TOUGH2 output variables. Only those variables should be specified for which data are available. Besides the observations listed above, the user can specify additional data types by means of command >> USER. The second-level command >> TIME is used to select calibration points in time. The ob- servation type is specified by the second-level command, the points in space are identified by the third-level command, and further specifications as well as the data themselves are given through fourth-level commands. The generic structure of a observation block is as follows:

> OBSERVATION
>> specify calibration points in TIME
>> specify observation type
>>> specify location
>>>> provide details
>>>> provide data
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Example
(see examples on second command level)

See Also
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