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Binder - ParFlow Post Processing

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Created: Mar 20, 2020 at 12:04 a.m.
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Add post processing to create hydrographs of known gauge lcoations.

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Parflow Example using Binder

This is an example that demonstrates how to run Parflow in the MyBinder compute cloud.

Running the example

After launching in, open a bash terminal and run the following commands:

cd pf_rundir ```

tclsh simulation.tcl ```

Viewing the results

Use the jupyter notebook post_process/View_Hydrographs to process the ParFlow results and view hydrographs

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Castronova, A. M. (2020). Binder - ParFlow Post Processing, HydroShare,

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