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start:hype_file_reference:xxxxxxx.txt_regional [2017/04/26 14:43]
cpers
start:hype_file_reference:xxxxxxx.txt_regional [2017/04/26 14:51]
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   regionoutput variable snow crun   regionoutput variable snow crun
   regionoutput outregion 1   regionoutput outregion 1
-  regionoutput meanperiod ​4 +  regionoutput meanperiod ​1 
-  regionoutput decimals ​5+  regionoutput decimals ​3
  
-Basin output files are written to the [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt&#​model_options|resultdir]] folder. **XXXXXXX** in the file name is substituted by the subbasin ​ID (same ID as used in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt#​output_options|info.txt]] with leading zeros for SUBID with less than 7 digits, for example //0002452.txt//.+Region ​output files are written to the [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt&#​model_options|resultdir]] folder. **XXXXXXX** in the file name is substituted by the outregion ​ID (same ID as used in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt#​output_options|info.txt]] with leading zeros for OUTREGID ​with less than 7 digits, for example //0000001.txt//. Note that outregid:s may not overlap subid:s.
  
-Basin output files contain tab-separated data with column-wise HYPE variables and row-wise time periods. All HYPE variable IDs are described in the **[[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt:​variables|list of HYPE variables]]**. ​In addition upstream aggregated ​variables (e.g. upcrun) may be included in the basin output.+Region ​output files contain tab-separated data with column-wise HYPE variables and row-wise time periods. All HYPE variable IDs are described in the **[[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt:​variables|list of HYPE variables]]**. ​Of these the corresponding output regional ​variables (e.g. ''​rgcrun''​) may be included in the region ​output.
  
-Basin output files are tab-separated and contain two header rows. The first header contains ​HYPE variable IDs. The second header contains variable units. Below the headers follow the model results. The first column contains a date-time string (format depending on ''​meanperiod''​ specified in //​info.txt//​),​ following columns contain model results of the given variable for all subbasins in the model set-up. Missing values are given as -9999.+Region ​output files are tab-separated and contain two header rows. The first header contains variable IDs. The second header contains variable units. Below the headers follow the model results. The first column contains a date-time string (format depending on ''​meanperiod''​ specified in //​info.txt//​),​ following columns contain model results of the chosen variables. Missing values are given as -9999.
  
-Example structure of a basin output file with daily variables, corresponding to the //​info.txt//​ file example above:+Example structure of a region ​output file with daily variables, corresponding to the //​info.txt//​ file example above:
  
-  DATE       rout  cout  prec  temp snow evap  upcrun +  DATE       rgsnow ​ rgcrun 
-  UNITS      ​m3/s  m3/​s  ​mm    degC mm   ​mm ​   ​mm +  UNITS      mm      mm 
-  2003-01-01 ​0.51  0.482 0     ​7.2 ​ 1.2  1.543 0.23 +  2003-01-01 ​5.511  0.082 
-  2003-01-02 ​0.40  ​0.319 ​1     ​6.9 ​ 0    1.140 0.31 +  2003-01-02 ​3.403  ​0.319 
-  2003-01-03 ​0.31  0.273 0     ​5.4 ​ 0    0.98  0.08 +  2003-01-03 ​2.31   ​0.273 
-  2003-01-04 ​0.24  0.247 0.1   ​5.0 ​ 0    0.87  0.1 +  2003-01-04 ​2.244  0.047 
-  2003-01-05 0.22  0.226 0     ​4.5 ​ 0    0.75  0.05 +  2003-01-05 0.22   ​0.226 
-  ...        ...   ...   ​... ​  ​... ​ ...  ...   ...+  ...        ...    ...
  
-It is possible to print out basinoutput ​files for several mean periods at the same time. This is controlled from the info-file by numbering the different output information rows for the different types (see [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt|info.txt]] for example). If this option is used the second and following outputs will be separated from the first by adding the mean period as a code in the file name, e.g. 0000748_YR.txt holds yearly average (or sum) of variables specified for subbasin ​748.+It is possible to print out region output ​files for several mean periods at the same time. This is controlled from the info-file by numbering the different output information rows for the different types (see [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt|info.txt]] for example). If this option is used the second and following outputs will be separated from the first by adding the mean period as a code in the file name, e.g. 0000748_YR.txt holds yearly average (or sum) of variables specified for output region ​748.
  
 When ensemble or sequence simulations are made, the results from simulations (I = 1 .. //n// or I = sequence number > 0) are written to files named //​XXXXXXX_00I.txt//,​ where //n// is defined by ''​num_ens''​ in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​optpar.txt|optpar.txt]]. Alternatively,​ if a Monte Carlo simulation is done with task set to write all simulations (''​task WS''​ in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​optpar.txt|optpar.txt]]) files will be named //​XXXXXXX_000000I.txt//​. In this case up to 9999999 simulations can be saved. ​ When ensemble or sequence simulations are made, the results from simulations (I = 1 .. //n// or I = sequence number > 0) are written to files named //​XXXXXXX_00I.txt//,​ where //n// is defined by ''​num_ens''​ in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​optpar.txt|optpar.txt]]. Alternatively,​ if a Monte Carlo simulation is done with task set to write all simulations (''​task WS''​ in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​optpar.txt|optpar.txt]]) files will be named //​XXXXXXX_000000I.txt//​. In this case up to 9999999 simulations can be saved. ​
  
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