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This resource demonstrates the steps to package the workflow analysis using the Sciunit tool.
These steps are
1.) create a new sciunit “MyAnalysis.” This will create a virtual directory, which will include the captured execution of the computational workflow with all the dependencies and provenance metadata associated with it;
2.) open the “MyAnalysis” sciunit to begin working in the desired sciunit;
3) execute the code required to be packaged as a virtual environment in order to repeat the analysis;
4.) place the packaged sciunit on HydroShare as a digital resource, and
5.) test the runnability of the package by executing the sciunit on the CUAHSI HydroShare JupyterHub app linked to HydroShare and configured to open and execute scripts acting on content from Resources in HydroShare (Note: To run a sciunit again requires the Sciunit tool, which is installed on CUAHSI HydroShare JupyterHub).

This resource contains the sciunit package for reproducing The total ET for the Ball Berry and Jarvis stomatal resistance methods from Clark et al., 2015:

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This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
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National Science Foundation EarthCube Building Blocks: Collaborative Proposal: GeoTrust: Improving Sharing and Reproducibility of Geoscience Applications ICER-1639655, ICER-1639759, ICER-1639696

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