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This resource describes the data and script files used to mine text from 40 water resources systems analysis course syllabi and generate the results presented in Rosenberg et al (2017) "Towards More Integrated Formal Education and Practice in the Water Resources Systems Analysis." ASCE-Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. The original course syllabi are available on a repository of water resources systems analysis teaching materials at http://ecstatic.usu.edu. The ReadMe file below further describes each file. This work is part of a larger effort to review 40 WRSA course syllabi, interview 10 practitioners, and compare skills taught to the skills practitioners say they need. A preprint of the acticle is provided in the .docx file.
|This resource has been replaced by a newer version||Rosenberg, D., J. Herman (2017). Data files and scripts to support analysis of water resources systems course sysllabi, HydroShare, https://doi.org/10.4211/hs.1ae9c9f1262b4c8097340f04ea367159|
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