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HydroDS Documentation


Authors: Tseganeh Gichamo
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Created: Mar 15, 2017 at 6:30 p.m.
Last updated: Feb 04, 2019 at 10:58 p.m.
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Abstract

This document provides brief descriptions of HydroDS, a data processing web-based service for distributed/gridded hydrological models. HydroDS enables the generation of distributed (gridded) data for variables commonly used in hydrologic models in three widely used file formats: GeoTiff raster, shapefile, and multi-dimensional NetCDF. HydroDS provides functions for watershed delineation, terrain processing, estimation of canopy variables, and retrieval of climate data. The functions can be used independently or chained together to form a workflow that performs a set of related tasks.

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Content

readme.txt

This folder contains documenttation for the HydroDS. 

To open the files, inside the folder hydrodsDoc/html open "genindex.html" and you will see indexed entrees where the service functions are organized alphabetically.
Clicking on a link leads to the documentation for each service function.

To see descriptions of all functions, open "hydrods_python_client.html".

The order of the functions inside "hydrods_python_client.html" represents my suggested order of implementation--which is also roughly the order of calling the services to process UEB inputs.

How to Cite

Gichamo, T. (2019). HydroDS Documentation, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/130373d3ebde4df489a4781e62211574

This resource is shared under the Creative Commons Attribution CC BY.

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