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This resource is a part of course on FAIR Science (EAPS 59100) offered at Purdue University by Dr. Merwade and Dr. Huber in Fall 2019.
This resource uses machine learning and a moving window analysis to predict the streamflow at a given location (USGS gauge) based on historical flows at the same location. This analysis is performed in python using Jupyter Notebook. This resource contains the python code, analysis (contained in jupyter notebook) and the observed streamflow timeseries (downloaded by the code automatically as csv file). The study site for this resource is the Eel River at North Manchester, IN (USGS 03328000).
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