Design and Analysis Toolkit for Inventory and Monitoring (DATIM)

Welcome to DATIM!

News and Alerts:
  • 9/22/2020 11:45:45 AM: Down woody material (DWM) estimates in ATIM incorrectly indicate that these are "per acre" estimates. This is an estimate naming error only. DWM numerator-only estimates are NOT calculated per acre.
The Design and Analysis Toolkit for Inventory and Monitoring (DATIM) is a suite of software tools used for designing inventory and monitoring programs and analyzing the results of those programs.

With the exception of the DATIM Compilation System (DCS) and the Spatial Intersection Tool (SIT), you do not need to login to use DATIM. To access advanced features, such as saving your work to the DATIM server, please login.

To get started, select one of the tools below.

Analysis Tool for Inventory and Monitoring (ATIM)
Generate reports of estimate summary attributes for an area of interest and survey year. Users can select existing analysis datasets for use in reporting. Advanced users (login required) can create new analysis datasets.

Design Tool for Inventory and Monitoring (DTIM)
Design an inventory and monitoring plan to address specific information needs by identifying objectives, questions and metrics.

Spatial Intersection Tool (SIT)
Perform spatial intersections between plot-based data and user-selected geospatial layers, and return map attributes for use in ATIM summaries.

DATIM Compilation System (DCS)
Augment and enhance existing DATIM datasets with additional attributes for analyses and report generation. Requires login and advanced permissions. Multi-user operation is not allowed.

USDA eAuth Login:
If you are interested in saving your queries, SIT attributes, etc. to the DATIM server, please
request and login with a USDA eAuthentication account. Click here to request a new
USDA eAuthentication account.
You will be prompted to enter your USDA eAuthentication user name and password.
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Last Modified: October 7, 2020 v13.1.13 4e4477c
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