Sciunit package to containerize the collaborative hydrologic modeling from three Jupyter Notebook(getdata, analysis, and outputviz) as an example of SUMMA
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|Last updated:||Jun 04, 2019 at 4:12 a.m. by YOUNG-DON CHOI|
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This is an example of how to create sciunit package from Jupyter Notebooks. For this example, I divided a well organized Jupyer Notebook to general three steps such as 1) get data, 2) analysis, 3) output visualization. So I recreated (1) getdata.ipynb, (2) analysis.ipynb, (3) output_viz.ipynb from a well organized Jupyter Notebook.
Then, we can create a sciunit package using "1_creating_sciunit_package_using_three_step_getdata_analysis_outputviz_jupyter_notebook.ipynb".
From the previous step, we can create a sciunit package and upload it on HydroShare as a new resource. In addition, we will add "2_testing_sciunit_repeat_and_visualization.ipynb" into new HydroShare resource. After that, we open new HydroShare resource, and use "2_testing_sciunit_repeat_and_visualization.ipynb" to repeat sciunit package to test reproducibility.
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