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HYPE OSC (model code)

HYPE Open data access

SMHI Hydrology Research Dep., main developer and maintainer of the HYPE model

start:hype_file_reference:bestsims.txt

When performing calibrations that generate several simulations as results (e.g. Monte Carlo simulation) a number of best results (`num_ens`

defined in optpar.txt) are saved to *bestsims.txt*, one row per simulation. The simulation with best objective function value (column `CRIT`

) is first. The file is located in the resultdir folder given in info.txt.

For DEMC calibrations (`task DE`

in optpar.txt), *bestsims.txt* contains parameter values of the last generation of all populations plus one row (first row in the file) with median values of this last generation. **Note**: The population parameter sets are the last ones accepted by the DEMC algorithm (column `iacc == 1`

in the allsim.txt result file). **Note 2**: The median is here, for npop>3 and even npop, equal to the smaller of the two middle values, i.e. not the midpoint of them.

The first row contains column headings. The first column is the ordinal number, and the second is the value of the objective function on which the simulations are sorted. The closest following columns are a set of performance criteria (se table below and equations). When several criteria are given in info.txt to be used together as the objective function, the columns with performance information will be repeated once per such criteria.

The last columns contain parameter values. Only the parameters calibrated are included in the file. The heading of these columns is the parameter name. Thus for parameters that is not general parameters, several columns with the same name may occur. The number of those columns is the number of soil types, land uses etc. calibrated for that parameter.

The value of a performance criterion will be given if it has been calculated during the simulation. Which criterion that is calculated is determined by the choice of objective function. Criterion that can be deduced from the calculations of the objective function are saved, but no additional ones are calculated. Missing values are indicated with -9999. If the objective function is composed of several criteria comparing the same variables, e.g. both NSE and RE of discharge, there will be still be several (two for the example) sets of performance criteria columns in the file, but they will have the same values since they are comparing the same variables. **Note:** If several RA criteria have been selected, only the last of them will be printed to file.

The columns of *bestsims.txt*:

Column | Description |
---|---|

`NO` | row number |

`CRIT` | value of objective function |

`rr2` | regional Nash-Sutcliffe efficiency (data from all subbasins combined in one data series) |

`sr2` | spatial Nash-Sutcliffe efficiency, calculated using annual means for all subbasins (requires at least 5 years and 5 subbasins with data) to form one data series to calculate the Nash-Sutcliffe efficiency on |

`mr2` | average of Nash-Sutcliffe efficiencies for subbasins |

`rmae` | regional mean absolute error (data from all subbasins combined in one data series) |

`sre` | spatial relative bias (calculated on annual means for all subbasins) |

`rre` | regional relative bias (data from all subbasins combined in one data series) |

`mre` | average of the relative bias for all subbasins (Note: fraction, not %) |

`rra` | regional RA, similar to regional NSE, RA is a Nash-Sutcliffe like criterion where the square in the Nash-Sutcliffe formula is exchanged with a coefficient value |

`sra` | spatial RA, similar to spatial NSE, RA is a Nash-Sutcliffe like criterion where the square in the Nash-Sutcliffe formula is exchanged for a coefficient value |

`mra` | average value of RA for subbasins, RA is a Nash-Sutcliffe like criterion where the square in the Nash-Sutcliffe formula is exchanged with a coefficient value |

`tau` | average of Kendall's Tau value for subbasins |

`md2` | median of Nash-Sutcliffe efficiency for subbasins |

`mda` | median of all subbasinsâ€™ RA (Nash-Sutcliffe like criteria where the square is exchanged with a coefficient value) |

`mrs` | average of error in standard deviation for subbasins |

`mcc` | Pearson correlation coefficient, average of all subbasins with observations |

`mdkg` | median of Kling-Gupta efficiency for subbasins |

`akg` | average of Kling-Gupta efficiency for subbasins |

`asckg` | average of Kling-Gupta Efficiency rescaled to the interval [-1,1] |

`mar` | average of absolute relative bias for subbasins (Note: fraction. not %) |

`mdnr` | median of normalised RMSE for subbasins |

`mnw` | average of Nash-Sutcliffe efficiencies adjusted for bias for subbasins |

`snr` | spatial root mean square error |

`smb` | spatial mean absolute scaled bias on natural log transformed values |

`numrc` | number of data points included in calculation of regional criteria |

`nummc` | number of areas (subbasins/outregions) which criteria is included in mean and median criteria calculations |

| parameter(s) that has been calibrated (one or several columns) |

Example of *bestsims.txt*:

NO,CRIT,rr2,sr2,mr2,rmae,sre,rre,mre,rra,sra,mra,tau,md2,mda,mrs,mcc,mdkg,akg,asckg,mar,mdnr,mnw,snr,smb,numrc,nummc,cevp,wcfc,rrcs1,rivvel,damp 1,-0.20237763,0.70495784,-9999,0.20237763,35.02048492,-9999,-0.27154529,-0.25385103,-9999,-9999,-9999,-9999,0.18291715,-9999,-0.41173482,0.65588838,0.29082537,0.32529864,0.21824078,0.29653594,0.12578303,0.37322822,-9999,-9999,8760,24,0.10426278,0.07934671,0.23716953,1.46884918,0.12412609

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