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Large datasets, such as airborne imagery and hydro-meteorological datasets collected worldwide, drive progress in many disciplines. With traditional spreadsheet analysis tools, however, the large amounts of data can hardly be analyzed, understood, or used. The courses supported with this website aid hydraulic engineers, geomorphologists, river ecologists, and any water resources related challenge with tools for efficient data analyses and presentation. The methods described rely on open-access tools to leverage international and interdisciplinary collaboration on all levels.

Contents

Find your course in the Classroom chapter (lectures and exercises) and take a seat.

The Get started chapter represents a summary of provide systematic workflows to setup your computer for:

The Python chapters provide:

The numerical modelling chapter provides complete workflows for getting started with two-dimensional (2D) hydrodynamic models:

The Troubleshooting chapter includes information about how to debug known issues (not that issues ever existed…).