Presentations and Publications,
Workshops and Training,
Roadmap, Use Cases,
HydroDesktop Testing Report,
HydroDesktop Quick Start Guides
- HydroDesktop_Quick_Start_Guide.pdf - With a 15-minute walkthrough, this document illustrates how to discover, access, visualize and export hydrologic
time series data using HydroDesktop. If you are a new HydroDesktop user, read this guide to get started.
- Unpublished Web Services Tutorial.pdf - This tutorial will help you access web services
from a HydroServer not registered with HIS Central.
- HydroDesktop Workshop Exercise - This more advanced exercise was developed by Tim Whiteaker and includes two parts - using HydroDesktop to search and download
data, and also using the R plugin in HydroDesktop
- Creating and Sharing a Sample Project - This tutorial shows how to share your HydroDesktop data and analysis results by creating an online sample project package
that can be installed by all HydroDesktop users.
- Interpolate Precipitation - Elbe Watershed - This tutorial will help you create a raster map of precipitation using inverse distance weighted interpolation
and calculate total precipitation in a watershed. (you can also download the tutorial in
Testing Procedures for HydroDesktop
Extension Developer Tutorial
This exercise shows how to extend and customize HydroDesktop functionality by developing an extension in c#. HydroDesktop uses the DotSpatial framework for its map operations. Any plug-in written for DotSpatial will also work with HydroDesktop. Use the link
How to Create an Extension for a quick start tutorial. Download
Sample Extension Source Code here.
Getting HydroDesktop Source Code
HydroDesktop Developer Documentation
HydroDesktop/MW Coding Conventions
- HydroModeler is a plug-in to HydroDesktop that allows for component-based modeling of hydrologic systems that is being prototyped by researchers at the University of South Carolina. The emphasis of HydroModeler is on standards-based data transfer between
the HIS and models using the Open Modeling Interface (OpenMI). The motivation for HydroModeler is to provide an environment that supports community-based model development. To learn more about HydroModeler, please see the HydroModeler help files
installed with HydroDesktop or email Jon Goodall (email@example.com).
Project Files (dspx)
Automated Build artifacts