Author: NaviKnow

Home / Articles posted by NaviKnow
Practical Dispersion Modeling – Part 4 – FREE WEBINAR

Practical Dispersion Modeling – Part 4 – FREE WEBINAR

NaviKnow is presenting the fourth of four FREE Live virtual dispersion modeling workshops. The Practical Dispersion Modeling Workshops are a 4-part, to-the-point workshop, presenting all the information needed to complete nearly every dispersion modeling analysis you will ever perform in your career. We will list which model programs are needed, what data is required for…

Continue Reading
Practical Dispersion Modeling – Part 3 – FREE WEBINAR

Practical Dispersion Modeling – Part 3 – FREE WEBINAR

NaviKnow is presenting the third of four FREE Live virtual dispersion modeling workshops. The Practical Dispersion Modeling Workshops are a 4-part, to-the-point workshop, presenting all the information needed to complete nearly every dispersion modeling analysis you will ever perform in your career. We will list which model programs are needed, what data is required for…

Continue Reading
Practical Dispersion Modeling – Part 2 – FREE WEBINAR

Practical Dispersion Modeling – Part 2 – FREE WEBINAR

NaviKnow is presenting the second of four FREE Live virtual dispersion modeling workshops. The Practical Dispersion Modeling Workshops are a 4-part, to-the-point workshop, presenting all the information needed to complete nearly every dispersion modeling analysis you will ever perform in your career. We will list which model programs are needed, what data is required for…

Continue Reading
Practical Dispersion Modeling – Part 1 – FREE WEBINAR

Practical Dispersion Modeling – Part 1 – FREE WEBINAR

NaviKnow is presenting the first of four FREE Live virtual dispersion modeling workshops. The Practical Dispersion Modeling Workshops are a 4-part, to-the-point workshop, presenting all the information needed to complete nearly every dispersion modeling analysis you will ever perform in your career. We will list which model programs are needed, what data is required for…

Continue Reading
10 Tips to Save Time and Money – FREE WEBINAR

10 Tips to Save Time and Money – FREE WEBINAR

When a task needs to be done, most people want to just dive in and start doing something right away. The sooner you start doing, the sooner you will be finished, right? Well, not always. A better outcome, which is quicker, less expensive, and of higher quality, results if a well thought out and vetted…

Continue Reading
What Will It Take?

What Will It Take?

First of all, I do NOT search for NOR make it a habit to look at cat videos. When I saw this video in my LinkedIn feed, it reminded me of so many people I have worked with over the years and a little bit of myself once in a while. The comment I made…

Continue Reading
Are Spreadsheets Obsolete?

Are Spreadsheets Obsolete?

Spreadsheet programs have been in existence for over 40 years (VisiCalc in 1979). We have all used them at work, in the home, and for school. We know them. We love them. But have they become obsolete? The short answer is “No”. However, their role, especially when it comes to dispersion modeling is very limited…

Continue Reading
The AQA Reporting and Output Graphics – FREE WEBINAR

The AQA Reporting and Output Graphics – FREE WEBINAR

When I went off to college, I brought with me a manual typewriter. When I graduated, I left with a PC. When I started as a dispersion modeler in the 1990’s, we used clunky computer programs and spreadsheets. Today, nearly all dispersion modelers still use clunky computer programs and spreadsheets. In many ways, the dispersion…

Continue Reading
Process Model Results – FREE WEBINAR

Process Model Results – FREE WEBINAR

If you have seen the movie Godfather III, one of the most memorable scenes is when Michael Corleone laments “Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in.” You know that same feeling when you have spent weeks collecting and compiling input data to run the model and days waiting for all…

Continue Reading
Compile Model Input – FREE WEBINAR

Compile Model Input – FREE WEBINAR

In the late 19th century, the “horseless carriage” was an improvement in personal transportation. It was uncomfortable but still better than a horse. Look at the cars we have today. Are they uncomfortable, bumpy, and dusty? Is your dispersion modeling process still a “horseless carriage”? It’s time to ride in a Tesla. NaviKnow is presenting…

Continue Reading