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Once you have imported their data, finalized their settings, and organized/pre-processed their data, InfoAsset Planner analysis can take place.   Data analysis is the core feature within InfoAsset Planner.   InfoAsset Planner contains many data analysis options described below.   Select the data analysis option to immediately jump to the helpfile page.

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Defect Code TablesDefect Code tables are a special set of editable tables which control how survey import data is scored and how draft rehab methods are assigned to those defects.   Defect Codes tables many contain many different survey standards and versions for the gravity main, manhole, and lateral line facility types, but they are also editable so that you can create their own custom survey standard if they wish.   Defect Code tables are only available in the Sewer network.

Rehab Actions and CostsThis interface specifies how Rehab Methods, Rehab Costs, and Rehab Actions relate to each other for each asset type.   To quickly summarize, Rehab Methods may have associated Rehab Costs and may even be tied to individual defect codes if available.   These Rehab Methods may be combined into Rehab Actions which are then assigned to pipes in Rehab Planning on a pipe-by-pipe or facility-by-facility basis.   You may specify these rehab component attributes for applicable facility types within this two-tab interface.

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Baseline Replacement Cost This tool gives an estimate of pipe replacement costs over time.   It is a simple, approximation tool which requires few, but specific inputs.   For more information beyond the helpfile, login to the Knowledge Base and User Forum.

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Valve Criticality AnalysisInfoAsset Planner's Valve Criticality Analysis is only available within the Water network in InfoAsset Planner.   This tool relies on meter and valve data, spatial joins, and pipe connectivity in order to determine isolated areas in the event of a main break.   The additional data from this analysis can be leveraged in other areas of data analysis such as risk modeling or rehab planning, or it can be used as a standalone tool.

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