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USGS Multiple-Parameter Data Grapher

This is a data graphing utility that allows the user to plot multiple graphs of data from selected USGS stations. Select the station, the parameter(s), the type of data, and the starting and ending dates for the graph(s). Then, click the button labeled "Make Graphs."

Step 1: [Optional] Choose a basin from the drop-down list.


Step 2: Choose a site from the drop-down list.


Step 3: Select the parameters to graph.

Fish Creek near Three Lynx (14209700)
  Parameter   Last Approved Date of
   Begin Date Data Point Last Reading
    Jun-01-2001 00:00   Oct-13-2023 10:15   May-18-2024 00:30 
    Jun-09-2021 15:30   Oct-13-2023 10:15   May-18-2024 00:30 
    Jun-09-2021 16:00   Nov-04-2022 19:45   May-18-2024 00:30 
    Jun-09-2021 16:00   Nov-04-2022 20:15   May-18-2024 00:30 
    Jun-09-2021 16:00   Nov-04-2022 20:45   May-18-2024 00:30 
    Jun-09-2021 16:00   Nov-04-2022 19:45   May-18-2024 00:30 
    Jun-09-2021 16:00   Nov-04-2022 18:30   May-18-2024 00:30 
    Jun-09-2021 16:00   Nov-05-2022 00:00   May-18-2024 00:30 
    Jun-09-2021 16:00       May-18-2024 00:30 
 Measurements at this site are available here at 15 minute intervals.
 Some data are provisional and subject to revision.
 More data from this site may be available from NWIS-Web.

Step 4: Choose the type of data for each graph.

Do you wish to apply a running average to the data?
If so, check the box and select the length of the average:


Step 5: Choose starting and ending dates for each graph.

Begin Date: --  
End Date: --
Month-Day shortcuts:

Step 6: Make the graphs, or reset the form and try again.

Construction of the graphs may take a minute or two.


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