Publish some statistics
Since the data fluctuates day-to-day, even hour-to-hour, could you calculate some statistics like weekly / monthly / yearly average of air quality index? That way, we can have better picture of overall AQI for each city. Keep up with good work. Thanks,
The chem-trailers team bring down the servers that publish the air quality of Mexicali Baja California Mexico. Please bring the statics online back again.
This small city show the HIGHEST rated points of air pollution in the WORLD thanks to effort of the US Arizona airforce and their war policy against innocent people , their airplanes works 24/7 on a massive air strike whit chemicals weapons. And to make things even better they implement a new method of ¨land release chem-trails¨ delivered to air we breathe by train and static metal containers distributed in strategical points all around the city.
Massive killing these guys are doing dozens of thousands are dying here and no word in the news we heard about of this atrocity....
WE NEED INTERNATIONAL HELP against these abusive rootless cold blood mass murderers.
Totally agree. Average AQI levels for each station based on the past month, or past year would be incredible!!!
The most serious health effects relate to annual, rather than daily exposure, You have done a great deal of work, so why not make your efforts 100 times more useful by publishing the statistics that would allow it to be used to estimate the effect on health?
Hey, thanks for the Bejing AQI Historical Data! Is any statistic like that also available for Shanghai?
Thanks for any help!
Dear all, this is a great website for Beijing AQI Historical Data Since 2013/01/25
Yearly averages make most sense for most measurements, as the maximum recommended level by the Worl Health Organization are mostly in yearly average. However the standards vary per pollutant and you could also consider listing these. Check http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs313/en/index.html
Keep up the good work! Bob