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 ====== pmsf.txt ====== ====== pmsf.txt ======
  
-This file contains ​a selection ​of SUBIDs ​of a HYPE model domainand is used to run an area of interest ​of an existing ​model setup separately. The name "​pmsf"​ is short for "​partial model setup file"​. ​+The pmsf-file is used to simulate ​a selection of a larger ​HYPE model setupwhile still keeping the files for the larger model intact. The file defines the selection of subbasins ​to simulate as a submodel. To run a subset ​of model with //​pmsf.txt//,​ use the code ''​submodel''​ in //​info.txt//​. The name "​pmsf"​ is short for "​partial model setup file"​. ​
  
-The file is placed in the same folder as [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt|info.txt]]. ​To run a partial model with the SUBIDs given in //pmsf.txt//, use code ''​submodel'' ​in //info.txt//+The file is placed in the same folder as [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt|info.txt]]. ​ 
 +Subbasins provided in the file must represent "​complete basins",​ i.e. include all upstream subbasins and also all basins linked through irrigation sources ​in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​mgmtdata.txt|MgmtData.txt]] or through regional aquifers ​in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​aquiferdata.txt|AquiferData.txt]]
  
-SUBIDs provided in the file must represent " complete basins",​ i.e. include all upstream sub-basins and also all basins linked through irrigation sources in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​mgmtdata.txt|MgmtData.txt]] or through regional aquifers in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​aquiferdata.txt|AquiferData.txt]]. +//​pmsf.txt//​ are simple text files with the total number of subbasins ​in the selected submodel ​written in the first line, and whitespace-separated ​subids ​listed from row 2. There is no limit in number of rows with subids ​(line breaks are treated as whitespace). The given subids ​can be listed in any order. ​Subids ​listed must be a selection of those provided in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​geodata.txt|GeoData.txt]]).
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-//​pmsf.txt//​ are simple text files with the total number of sub-basins ​in the area of interest ​written in the first line, and whitespace-separated ​SUBIDs ​listed from row 2. There is no limit in number of rows with SUBIDs ​(line breaks are treated as whitespace), and SUBIDs ​can be listed in any order. ​SUBIDs ​listed must be a selection of those provided in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​geodata.txt|GeoData.txt]]).+
  
 Example for a //​pmsf.txt//​ file structure with 8 sub-basins: Example for a //​pmsf.txt//​ file structure with 8 sub-basins:
start/hype_file_reference/pmsf.txt.txt · Last modified: 2017/10/31 17:04 by cpers