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 data columns. data columns.
  
-Observation variables that can be given in //​Xobs.txt//​ are tabled below. They are a selection of the HYPE variables. Column **#** refers to the same column in HYPE variable table.+Observation variables that can be given in //​Xobs.txt//​ are tabled below. They are a selection of the [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt:​variables|HYPE variables]]. Column **#** refers to the same column in HYPE variable table.
  
 Column **Agg.** indicates the type of aggregation of the variables. The type determines how the variable is treated when asked for as an output variable or in a criterion calculation. The ''​meanperiod''​ of the output/​criterion determines the period over which the variables values will be aggregated. They will be averaged, weight-averaged or summed according to the type of aggregation. The weight-averaged variables are weighted with the flow/water volume that they are associated to. For the concentration of precipitation that is ''​pobs''​ and for the flow concentrations ''​rout''​. Similarly variable values in //​Xobs.txt//​ represent either averages, weighted averages, or sums over the timestep. Column **Agg.** indicates the type of aggregation of the variables. The type determines how the variable is treated when asked for as an output variable or in a criterion calculation. The ''​meanperiod''​ of the output/​criterion determines the period over which the variables values will be aggregated. They will be averaged, weight-averaged or summed according to the type of aggregation. The weight-averaged variables are weighted with the flow/water volume that they are associated to. For the concentration of precipitation that is ''​pobs''​ and for the flow concentrations ''​rout''​. Similarly variable values in //​Xobs.txt//​ represent either averages, weighted averages, or sums over the timestep.
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