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 The first row is a comment row which is skipped when reading the file. The second row gives the The first row is a comment row which is skipped when reading the file. The second row gives the
 variable names. For the first column, the date column, the name "​date"​ can be used (no name may not be omitted). variable names. For the first column, the date column, the name "​date"​ can be used (no name may not be omitted).
-The third row gives which output region (''​outregid''​ in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​Outregions.txt|Outregions.txt]]) the column’s data is given for. The date column may in this case belong to subbasin 0 (may not be omitted). The first column is date in format yyyy-mm-dd [HH:MM]. If set in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt|info.txt]] that matlab-format +The third row gives which output region (''​outregid''​ in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​Outregions.txt|Outregions.txt]]) the column’s data is given for. The date column may in this case belong to subbasin 0 (may not be omitted). The first column is date in format yyyy-mm-dd [HH:MM]. If set in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt|info.txt]] that matlab-format should be read (''​readformat 1''​) the date format is yyyymmdd[HHMM]. Second to last columns are
-should be read (''​readformat 1''​) the date format is yyyymmdd[HHMM]. Second to last columns are+
 data columns. data columns.
  
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 Column **#** refers to the column in HYPE variable table for the corresponding subbasin variabel. Column **#** refers to the column in HYPE variable table for the corresponding subbasin variabel.
  
-Column **Value** indicates the type of value 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 accumulated. They will be averaged, weight-averaged or summed according to the type of value. 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. Similarly variable values in //​Xobs.txt//​ represent either averages, weighted averages, or sums over the timestep.
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  * ____________IMPORTANT!__________IMPORTANT!________________IMPORTANT!_______________________IMPORTANT!______________  * ____________IMPORTANT!__________IMPORTANT!________________IMPORTANT!_______________________IMPORTANT!______________
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 <​sortable>​ <​sortable>​
-^ # ^  Variable ID  ^  Unit  ^  Description ​ ^ Value ^ Reference area ^+^ # ^  Variable ID  ^  Unit  ^  Description ​ ^ Agg. ^ Reference area ^
 |5|''​rswe''​|//​mm//​|observed snow water equivalent, provided in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​xobs.txt|Xobs.txt]]|Avg.|subbasin land area| |5|''​rswe''​|//​mm//​|observed snow water equivalent, provided in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​xobs.txt|Xobs.txt]]|Avg.|subbasin land area|
 |6|''​rsnw''​|//​cm//​|observed snow depth, provided in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​xobs.txt|Xobs.txt]]|Avg.|subbasin land area| |6|''​rsnw''​|//​cm//​|observed snow depth, provided in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​xobs.txt|Xobs.txt]]|Avg.|subbasin land area|
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