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This collection includes several resources for the example data and model components for the PyMT modeling framework (https://pymt.readthedocs.io/). PyMT is an Open Source Python package, developed by the Community Surface Dynamics Modeling System (CSDMS https://csdms.colorado.edu/), that provides the tools needed to run and couple models that expose the Basic Model Interface (BMI https://bmi.readthedocs.io/).
Each resource in this collection includes tutorial Jupyter Notebooks demonstrating how to use the data and model components. HydroShare users can test and run those notebooks using the CUAHSI JupyterHub web app without the need for software installation and data download to their local computers.
Please click on the link for each resource from the "Collection Content" section and get more details about how to run the corresponding Jupyter Notebooks through HydroShare.
|Pymt Jupyter Notebooks||Resource||Tian Gan||Public & Shareable|
|Jupyter Notebooks for the soilgrids Data Component||Resource||Tian Gan||Public & Shareable|
|Jupyter Notebooks for the NWIS Data Component||Resource||Tian Gan||Public & Shareable|
|Jupyter Notebooks for the ERA5 Data Component||Resource||Tian Gan||Public & Shareable|
|Jupyter Notebooks for the ROMS Data Component||Resource||Tian Gan||Public & Shareable|
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|Collection of resources that illustrate data processing methods and computational and modeling libraries in HydroShare and linked JupyterHub computing platforms||David Tarboton||Public & Shareable||Open Access|
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