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A template Jupyter Python (3) Notebook for analyzing discharge rating curve data. Data is imported from an excel file and analyzed following Herschy 2009. After an initial analysis, a least squares regression, is performed on the input data. Eventually it would be nice to implement a weighted regression based on uncertainties.
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Cox, C. (2016). Rating Curve Analysis Template - Jupyter Notebook, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/2a4f540b875b440ebdfbeeb6588ae7ae
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Chris Cox 6 years, 4 months ago
A few tips:Reply
- You will need to create an excel file with a 'ToPython' tab (or change the code) and the following columns: Date/time, Discharge, Uncertainty, Elevation
-- The uncertainty is % and is used to plot error bars in the regression.
-- Date/time isn't really used...
- When you run a cell with a figure, you will need to "de-activate" the figure before running another cell with a figure. (There is a "power" button at the top of the figure).