add daily PM2.5, NO2, and O3 concentrations from Schwartz Model to data
my_address_file_geocoded_schwartz_site_index.csv (output from the
schwartz_grid_lookup container) is a file in the current working directory with columns named
index_date (optional, see below), then
docker run --rm -v "$PWD":/tmp degauss/schwartz:0.5.5 my_address_file_geocoded_schwartz_site_index.csv
my_address_file_geocoded_schwartz_site_index_schwartz.csv with added columns named
index_date was supplied in the input data).
The output will be in “long” format, meaning there will be a row for every day between the
end_date, defined by the new
The user may choose to include a column called
index_date to be used to anonymize dates. For example, the index date may be the patient’s date of birth. When the
index_date column is present in the input data, the output will include all columns as usual, plus a column called
days_from_index_date (defined as
index_date). The user can then remove the
index_date columns from the output (as long as
index_date is stored elsewhere) to anonymize the data in terms of date.
index_date) are not in ISO format (
YYYY-MM-DD) or standard ‘slash’ format (
MM/DD/YY), the container will return an error.
If over half of the
sitecodes end in all zeros, the container will return a warning, suggesting the user checks that sitecodes have not been unintentionally altered.
See Excel formatting for DeGAUSS for more information.
Details on methods can be found at https://github.com/geomarker-io/schwartz_exposure_assessment
Schwartz pollutant data is stored as qs files in a S3 bucket.
Files are named with 3-digit geohash (or a combination of 3-digit geohashes in areas where population is sparse) and year of pollutant data. For example,
For detailed documentation on DeGAUSS, including general usage and installation, please see the DeGAUSS homepage.