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HYPE OSC (model code)

HYPE Open data access

Flow visualisation

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

start:hype_file_reference:subassx.txt

This is a file with an assessment of each subbasin's performance, or each output region if regional output variables are used. The file is located in the resultdir folder. One file is printed for each performance criterion included in the objective function given in info.txt. X is the ordinal number of the performance criterion and the subbasin assessment is calculated for the same variables as that performace criterion. If more than nine criteria are included, the following are denoted by capital letters. Definitions of equations for calculating the criteria is found here.

When ensemble or sequence simulations are made, the results from simulations (I=1 .. *n* or I=sequence number>0) are written to files named subassX_00I.txt, where *n* is defined by `num_ens`

in optpar.txt.

For the calculation of criterion for lake water stage, the combination of variables `wcom`

and `wstr`

are exchanged for the internal variables `clwc`

and `clws`

by the program. These variables are the water stages cleaned from `w0ref`

reference level (`clwc`

=`wcom`

-`w0ref`

, `clws`

=`wstr`

-`w0ref`

). This makes the criterion calculation more accurate, but note that relative criteria, e.g. relative bias, are relative to the smaller cleaned water stage level.

The first row of the file let you know the average period (0=timesteply, 1=daily, 2=weekly, 3=monthly, 4=yearly) used for calculation of the values that are compared in the criteria. This period corresponds to the setting `meanperiod`

in info.txt. Variable names and unit are also listed on row one.
The second row is column headings. Thereafter follow subbasins which has observations, one on each row. The data limitation for calculating the subbasin criteria is the same as that of the calibration criteria. Missing values are indicated as -9999.

The columns of subassX.txt:

Header | Unit | Description |
---|---|---|

`SUBID / OUTREGID` | - | subbasin id (as defined in GeoData.txt) or outregion id (as defined in Outregions.txt) |

`NSE` | - | Nash-Sutcliffe efficiency |

`CC` | - | Pearson correlation coefficient (part 1 of Kling-Gupta efficiency) |

`RE(%)` | % | relative bias in mean |

`RSDE(%)` | % | relative bias in standard deviation |

`Sim` | in first row | mean of simulated variable |

`Rec` | in first row | mean of observed variable |

`SDSim` | in first row | standard deviation of simulated variable |

`SDRec` | in first row | standard deviation of observed variable |

`MAE` | in first row | mean absolute error |

`RMSE` | in first row | root mean square error |

`Bias` | in first row | bias |

`SDE` | in first row | bias of standard deviation |

`KGE` | - | Kling-Gupta efficiency |

`KGESD` | - | part 2 of Kling-Gupta efficiency (std-quotient) |

`KGEM` | - | part 3 of Kling-Gupta efficiency (mean-quotient) |

`NRMSE` | in first row | normalised root mean square error |

`NSEW` | - | Nash-Sutcliffe efficiency adjusted for bias |

Example of subass1.txt:

Subbasin assessment. Criteria is calculated for period 1. Variables: rout, cout Unit: m3/s SUBID NSE CC RE(%) RSDE(%) Sim Rec SDSim SDRec MAE RMSE Bias SDE KGE KGESD KGEM NRMSE NSEW 112 0.507 0.721 22.649 -68.38 0.058 0.047 0.068 0.1 0.038 0.07 0.011 -0.032 0.518 0.678 1.226 0.066 0.512 135 0.722 0.881 -20.802 0.398 0.308 0.389 0.409 0.407 0.146 0.214 -0.081 0.002 0.76 1.004 0.792 0.075 0.722

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