Scientific documentation of the Hydrognomon software (version 4 )

S. Kozanis, A. Christofides, and A. Efstratiadis, Scientific documentation of the Hydrognomon software (version 4 ), Development of Database and software applications in a web platform for the "National Databank for Hydrological and Meteorological Information" , Contractor: Department of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering – National Technical University of Athens, 173 pages, Athens, June 2010.

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Hydrognomon software version 4 scientific documentation

"Hydrognomon" is an application for the analysis of hydrological data. Hydrological data analysis consists of time series processing applications, such as time step aggregation and regularisation, interpolation, regression analysis and filling in of missing values, consistency tests, data filtering, graphical and tabular visualisation of time series, etc.

The program supports also specific hydrological applications, including evapotranspiration modelling, stage-discharge and discharge-sediment discharge analysis, homogeneity tests, water balance methods, hydrometry, etc. The statistical module provides tools for sampling analysis, distribution functions, statistical forecast, Monte-Carlo simulation, analysis of extreme events and construction of intensity-duration-frequency curves.

A final module is a lumped hydrological model, with alternative configurations, also supported by automatic calibration facilities.

Document source in Microsoft Word Format: http://www.itia.ntua.gr/~soulman/hydrognomon/2009HydrognomonTheory.doc

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See also: http://hydrognomon.org/

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Document version 1.02 - 2010-06-23 (Greek)

Related project: Development of Database and software applications in a web platform for the "National Databank for Hydrological and Meteorological Information"

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