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Interested in which variables influence your model outcome? SALib (Sensitivity Analysis Library) provides commonly used sensitivity analysis methods implemented in a Python programming language package. In this clinic we will use these methods with example models to apportion uncertainty in model output to model variables. We will use models built with the Landlab Earth-surface dynamics framework, but the analyses can be easily adapted for other model software. No prior experience with Landlab or Python is necessary.
|The content of this resource is derived from||Herman, J. and Usher, W. (2017) SALib: An open-source Python library for sensitivity analysis. Journal of Open Source Software, 2(9).|
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