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Instructions to setup infrastructure
the hydrological MUSE package.
grpc interface for bmi
Repository for data analyses
eWaterCycle Experiment Launcher
Set up our own JupyterLab instance for the exeriment builder, import the data from the globe visualization into the first block of python code, provide provenance data / interface.
JupyterLab dataset browser for THREDDS catalog
Repository for multiple Toymodels
Common Workflow Language reference implementation
AMUSE framework (WIP) in the muse-development branch
eWaterCycle II Project website
Library to download GEFS ensemble forecasts
library to download GFS forecasts
Library to upload to Zenodo
A library for building rich, web-based geospatial data explorers.
Catalog-based web geospatial visualisation platform.
Plotting and analysis of eWaterCycle forecast output using Jupyter notebooks
Docker file containing the HYPE model code
Preprocessor scripts for meteo forcing data for HYPE
Cesium angular directive with ncwms integration to display netcdf datasets
PCR-GLOBWB (PCRaster Global Water Balance) is a large-scale hydrological model intended for global to regional studies and developed at the Department of Physical Geography, Utrecht University (Netherlands).
bmi interface in R language
A distributed hydrological modelling platform
Simple leaflet-based visualization for the eWaterCycle project
Python bindings for the Basic Model Interface
Python utilities to gather input files for running a hydrology model