Browse some of the most recent and advanced online systems for data and information sharing.
Water resources Knowledge bank
Hydroinformatics UNESCO-IHE research work ( projects, and activities)
Water distribution modelling online
Ground water systems
Hydrodynamic and Hydrological models
High Performance Computing at UNESCO-IHE
Find out how to use HPC facilities
Looking for scripts to help you with downloading or using data? Here you can find scripts developed at UNESCO-IHE.
- HIPy: HydroInformatics tools in Python
- HILAB-HBV: the first version of the unified HBV model version at UNESCO-IHE
- Water accounting module: Python module for downloading hydrological, atmospheric, and remote sensing (satellite) data, such as TRMM, CHIRPS and MODIS, developed by our colleagues in the Water Accounting group. A manual is available.
New to Python? You can start by installing Anaconda, which contains Spyder, an interactive programming environment (a little like the MATLAB interface).
To use the Python modules above, you should have a basic understanding of what a Python module is, and how to import one. Then, you can use the module by copying the folder containing the code to an appropriate location on your computer.
There are plenty of tutorials available to help you get started with Python, even if you're completely new to programming. Try: