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ewatercycle

The eWaterCycle package makes it easier to use hydrological models without having intimate knowledge about how to install and run the models.

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Cite this software

DOI:

10.5281/zenodo.5119389

What ewatercycle can do for you

  • Uses containers to run models in an isolated and portable way
  • Rain and sunshine required as input for the models can be generated by the package using ESMValTool
  • Exposes high level API modelled after PyMT to quickly get up and running
  • Has low level API follow the Basic Model Interface (BMI) to couple models together
Keywords
Programming language
  • Python 100%
License
  • Apache-2.0
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Participating organisations

Delft University of Technology
Netherlands eScience Center

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Contributors

Contact person

Stefan Verhoeven

Stefan Verhoeven

Netherlands eScience Center
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Barbara Vreede
Netherlands eScience Center
Ben van Werkhoven
Ben van Werkhoven
Netherlands eScience Center
Berend Weel
Berend Weel
Netherlands eScience Center
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Fakhereh Alidoost
Netherlands eScience Center
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Jerom Aerts
Delft University of Technology
Niels  Drost
Niels Drost
Netherlands eScience Center
Peter Kalverla
Peter Kalverla
Netherlands eScience Center
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Rolf Hut
Delft University of Technology
Stef Smeets
Stef Smeets
Netherlands eScience Center
Stefan Verhoeven
Stefan Verhoeven
Netherlands eScience Center

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