2016 RiverWare User Group Meeting Colorado River
NCAR/UCAR Center Green Campus Auditorium
  Tuesday, August 23, 8am - 5pm
  Wednesday, August 24, 8am – 12:30pm
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Pisces as an Input Data Management and Output Analysis Tool for RiverWare
  Karl Tarbet, Jon Rocha, & Bob Lounsbury—U.S. Bureau of Reclamation

Pisces is an open source desktop application that stores, organizes, graphs, and analyzes time series data.  Pisces is designed to work with natural resource data that varies with time: gauge height, river flow, water temperature, etc.  Pisces at its core is a formal relational SQL database (multiple vendors supported). Built-in functionality allows it to interface with RiverWare and other models as an input data repository via DMI calls. This provides users the ability to perform high level data management and analyses that are cumbersome when implemented with more traditional tools such as spreadsheets and flat text files. Pisces also has several built-in functions (including user-defined functions) that allow it to read, graph, and analyze RiverWare Data File (RDF) outputs for single trace and multi-trace model runs. Once an RDF has been read into Pisces, the rich analysis environment that exists within Pisces provides users further insight into their model outputs. The presenters will present slides showing case-use samples, brief how-to procedures, and if time permits, a live demonstration of the tool.

Background information on Pisces may be found at the links that follow:

Click HERE for a PDF version of the presentation slides.

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