SummaModel PreProcessing using csv file and PostProcessing using Plotting Modules using PySUMMA

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Created: Nov 08, 2018 at 12:03 a.m.
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Following the procedure of Jupyter notebook, users can create SUMMA input using *.csv files. If users want to create new SUMMA input, they can prepare input by csv format. After that, users are able to simulate SUMMA with PySUMMA and Plotting with SUMMA output by the various way.

Following the step of this notebooks
1. Creating SUMMA input from *.csv files
2. Run SUMMA Model using PySUMMA
3. Plotting with SUMMA output
- Time series Plotting
- 2D Plotting (heatmap, hovmoller)
- Calculating water balance variables and Plotting
- Spatial Plotting with shapefile

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Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
Place/Area Name:
Aspen stand at Reynolds Mountain East catchment in southwestern Idaho
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Model Output
Includes output files? Yes

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Name SUMMA 2.0.0 Sopron version (lubuntu-16.10)
Version Sopron workshop version
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How to Cite

CHOI, Y., J. Goodall, J. Sadler, A. Bennett (2018). SummaModel PreProcessing using csv file and PostProcessing using Plotting Modules using PySUMMA, HydroShare,

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