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 |''​basinoutput \\ mapoutput \\ timeoutput \\ regionoutput \\ classoutput''​|''​variable''​|//​ID string(s)//​|defines variables to be written. Multiple variables are separated by blanks or tabs. The order of the variables defines the order in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​XXXXXXX.txt|basin output files]]. For [[start:​hype_file_reference:​timeXXXX.txt|time output files]] and [[start:​hype_file_reference:​mapXXXX.txt|map output files]] the order is irrelevant (one file per variable returned). Both internal and output variables are available, see [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt:​variables|Complete list of variables]]. One or several rows may be given.| |''​basinoutput \\ mapoutput \\ timeoutput \\ regionoutput \\ classoutput''​|''​variable''​|//​ID string(s)//​|defines variables to be written. Multiple variables are separated by blanks or tabs. The order of the variables defines the order in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​XXXXXXX.txt|basin output files]]. For [[start:​hype_file_reference:​timeXXXX.txt|time output files]] and [[start:​hype_file_reference:​mapXXXX.txt|map output files]] the order is irrelevant (one file per variable returned). Both internal and output variables are available, see [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt:​variables|Complete list of variables]]. One or several rows may be given.|
-|''​basinoutput \\ mapoutput \\ timeoutput \\ regionoutput \\ classoutput''​|''​meanperiod''​|//​0/​1/​2/​3/​4/​5//​|is given to define the period to which results are aggregated for the output. The period is given using codes (see table [[info.txt#​aggregation_period_codes|below]]). \\ The type of aggregation depends on variable and chosen period: Fluxes are given as sums, storages and states as averages, and concentrations as flow-weighted averages. It is documented in the [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt:​variables|list of variables]] in column '​Agg.'​. |+|''​basinoutput \\ mapoutput \\ timeoutput \\ regionoutput \\ classoutput''​|''​meanperiod''​|//​0/​1/​2/​3/​4/​5//​|is given to define the period to which results are aggregated for the output. The period is given using codes, e.g. 1 for daily (see table [[info.txt#​aggregation_period_codes|below]]). \\ The type of aggregation depends on variable and chosen period: Fluxes are given as sums, storages and states as averages, and concentrations as flow-weighted averages. It is documented in the [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt:​variables|list of variables]] in column '​Agg.'​. |
 |''​basinoutput \\ mapoutput \\ timeoutput \\ regionoutput \\ classoutput''​|''​signfigures''​|//​integer//​|defines the number of significant figures written in the outputs. Default is to use a fixed number of decimals. \\ **Note:** //​signfigures//​ applies to all output variables within one output type. If set, significant figures and mathematical format are used (e.g 9.5451E-03) instead. Maximum allowed number of significant figures is 10.| |''​basinoutput \\ mapoutput \\ timeoutput \\ regionoutput \\ classoutput''​|''​signfigures''​|//​integer//​|defines the number of significant figures written in the outputs. Default is to use a fixed number of decimals. \\ **Note:** //​signfigures//​ applies to all output variables within one output type. If set, significant figures and mathematical format are used (e.g 9.5451E-03) instead. Maximum allowed number of significant figures is 10.|
 |''​basinoutput \\ mapoutput \\ timeoutput \\ regionoutput \\ classoutput''​|''​decimals''​|//​integer//​|defines a fixed number of decimals written in the outputs, alternative to //​signfigures//​. Maximum allowed number of decimals is 9. Consider using //​signfigures//​ instead, which is more flexible. \\ **Note:** //​decimals//​ applies to all output variables within one output type. Output variables which contain small numbers and ones which contain large numbers can be impossible to combine in a single ''​basinoutput''​ combination,​ because a small number //​variable//​ can require such a large number of //​decimals//​ to give meaningful precision that the total number of digits of the large number variable exceeds HYPE's maximum output width, resulting in the printing of '​%%****************%%'​ strings. A typical example is a combination of substance loads (kg/year) and discharge (m<​sup>​3</​sup>/​s).| |''​basinoutput \\ mapoutput \\ timeoutput \\ regionoutput \\ classoutput''​|''​decimals''​|//​integer//​|defines a fixed number of decimals written in the outputs, alternative to //​signfigures//​. Maximum allowed number of decimals is 9. Consider using //​signfigures//​ instead, which is more flexible. \\ **Note:** //​decimals//​ applies to all output variables within one output type. Output variables which contain small numbers and ones which contain large numbers can be impossible to combine in a single ''​basinoutput''​ combination,​ because a small number //​variable//​ can require such a large number of //​decimals//​ to give meaningful precision that the total number of digits of the large number variable exceeds HYPE's maximum output width, resulting in the printing of '​%%****************%%'​ strings. A typical example is a combination of substance loads (kg/year) and discharge (m<​sup>​3</​sup>/​s).|
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