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  • Model:WACCM-EE  + (IDL igeov viewer (IDL procedure))
  • Model:REF-DIF  + (In cases where the standard required the use of a non-typical format (as in the use of the machine-independent binary HDF formats for large arrays), then the data transfer to and from LRSS is handled using a pre- and post-processing layer.)
  • Model:SBEACH  + (Included in software package)
  • Model:WRF-Hydro  + (It is helpful to utilize post-processing software considering the volume of output files, however, we do not recommend anything specific.)
  • Model:GEOtop  + (JGrass (http://www.jgrass.org) for visualizing inputs/outputs. Interface with IDL, matlab and R are also being developed.)
  • Model:ThawLake1D  + (Matlab)
  • Model:WAVEWATCH III ^TM  + (Matlab and other possible but not necessary)
  • Model:Pllcart3d  + (Matlab functions to read binary data from file.)
  • Model:Princeton Ocean Model (POM)  + (Matlab package and other Fortran routines)
  • Model:TopoFlow-Channels-Diffusive Wave  + (None, except visualization software. Grid sequences saved in netCDF files can be viewed as animations and saved as movies using VisIt.)
  • Model:TopoFlow-Channels-Dynamic Wave  + (None, except visualization software. Grid sequences saved in netCDF files can be viewed as animations and saved as movies using VisIt.)
  • Model:TopoFlow-Channels-Kinematic Wave  + (None, except visualization software. Grid sequences saved in netCDF files can be viewed as animations and saved as movies using VisIt.)
  • Model:TopoFlow-Diversions  + (None, except visualization software. Grid sequences saved in netCDF files can be viewed as animations and saved as movies using VisIt.)
  • Model:TopoFlow-Infiltration-Green-Ampt  + (None, except visualization software. Grid sequences saved in netCDF files can be viewed as animations and saved as movies using VisIt.)
  • Model:TopoFlow-Infiltration-Smith-Parlange  + (None, except visualization software. Grid sequences saved in netCDF files can be viewed as animations and saved as movies using VisIt.)
  • Model:TopoFlow-Meteorology  + (None, except visualization software. Grid sequences saved in netCDF files can be viewed as animations and saved as movies using VisIt.)
  • Model:TopoFlow-Snowmelt-Degree-Day  + (None, except visualization software. Grid sequences saved in netCDF files can be viewed as animations and saved as movies using VisIt.)
  • Model:TopoFlow-Snowmelt-Energy Balance  + (None, except visualization software. Grid sequences saved in netCDF files can be viewed as animations and saved as movies using VisIt.)
  • Model:TopoFlow-Saturated Zone-Darcy Layers  + (None, except visualization software. Grid sequences saved in netCDF files can be viewed as animations and saved as movies using VisIt.)
  • Model:TopoFlow-Evaporation-Energy Balance  + (None, except visualization software. Grid sequences saved in netCDF files can be viewed as animations and saved as movies using VisIt.)
  • Model:TopoFlow-Evaporation-Priestley Taylor  + (None, except visualization software. Grid sequences saved in netCDF files can be viewed as animations and saved as movies using VisIt.)
  • Model:TopoFlow-Infiltration-Richards 1D  + (None, except visualization software. Grid sequences saved in netCDF files can be viewed as animations and saved as movies using VisIt.)
  • Model:ParFlow  + (ParFlow comes with a robust, integrated toolkit (pftools) that provides a wide range of postprocessing options.)
  • Model:MARSSIM  + (Photoshop to produce movies. Conversions to a variety of data formats.)
  • Model:The TELEMAC system  + (Post processors are used for displaying and analyzing the results)
  • Model:CEM  + (Post-processing software is sometimes necePost-processing software is sometimes necessary: In some instances (if not just using the JPEGs generated by the model code), some post-processing of the results is desired, e.g. to compare the position of the shoreline between two different times. The model code comes with simple tools to perform simple post-processing. The model also outputs the shoreline in an ASCII format and further post-processing may be achieved using tools such as MATLAB.ay be achieved using tools such as MATLAB.)
  • Model:Gospl  + (Python workflows. Outputs are generated asPython workflows. Outputs are generated as compressed hdf5 files (The HDF Group, 2000-2010) that can be simply visualise as a temporal series in ParaView (Ahrens et al., 2005). In addition, post-processing scripts are also provided to build the output as VTK (Schroeder et al., 2006) or netCDF files (Brown et al., 1993) and to extract some specific information from the results such as erosion deposition thicknesses, stratigraphic records or river sediment load over time. records or river sediment load over time.)
  • Model:DFMFON  + (Python-based codes)
  • Model:Erode  + (RiverTools or a similar program can be used to create animations of the grid sequence.)
  • Model:TopoFlow  + (RiverTools, VisIt or IDL can be used for visualization.)
  • Model:ADCIRC  + (See: http://adcirc.org)
  • Model:SISV  + (Simply need to load the data into matlb using fread, data loading files and provided)
  • Model:SBM  + (Some visualization software is required to compare model outputs from different times to understand the temporal evolution of sorted bedforms within the domain)
  • Model:TOPMODEL  + (TOPMODEL is integrated in GRASS GIS version 5. TOPSIMPL, another Windows version of the model written by Georges-Marie Saulnier can be downloaded directly from the main TOPMODEL site)
  • Model:Spbgc  + (The data is written out to binary files. I have a file called dataconv that converts the binary files to a format readable by the visualization software paraview. I also often use MATLAB to do post-processing on the data in the binary files.)
  • Model:WBM-WTM  + (The model is integrated into the in-house developed Global Hydrological Archive and Analysis System (GHAAS), which has a rich set of GIS tools.)
  • Model:Sun fan-delta model  + (The model outputs a series of .mat files tThe model outputs a series of .mat files that contain the full output of the state fields of the model (e.g., elevation, water discharge). These files are convertible to netCDF file with coordinates for use with DeltaMetrics (https://github.com/DeltaRCM/DeltaMetrics).https://github.com/DeltaRCM/DeltaMetrics).)
  • Model:GIPL  + (To generate netcdf or GIS outputs one can write its own converter for that.)
  • Model:FluidMud  + (Typical Matlab or Excell plotting)
  • Model:Kudryavtsev Model  + (Visualization of NetCDF files)
  • Model:WRF  + (WRF post-processing utilities: NCL, Vis5D, GrADS, RIP4, ARWpost, WPP, VAPOR (See: http://www.mmm.ucar.edu/wrf/users/docs/user_guide_V3/users_guide_chap2.htm))
  • Model:CarboCAT  + (Yes, Matlab routines)
  • Model:ROMS  + (Yes, ROMS I/O is via NetCDF and follows CF-standard conventions. Therefore, any visualization software for NetCDF files can be used for pre- and post-processing.)
  • Model:ChesROMS  + (Yes, ROMS I/O is via NetCDF and follows CF-standard conventions. Therefore, any visualization software for NetCDF files can be used for pre- and post-processing.)
  • Model:CBOFS2  + (Yes, ROMS I/O is via NetCDF and follows CF-standard conventions. Therefore, any visualization software for NetCDF files can be used for pre- and post-processing.)
  • Model:UMCESroms  + (Yes, ROMS I/O is via NetCDF and follows CF-standard conventions. Therefore, any visualization software for NetCDF files can be used for pre- and post-processing.)
  • Model:Gvg3Dp  + (Yes, a C code is developed for this gvg3Dp in order to convert the raw binary data into the xml-vtr format which can be read using paraview software.)
  • Model:RCPWAVE  + (Yes, pre- and post-processing, and visualiztion tools provided in software package)
  • Model:VIC  + (http://www.hydro.washington.edu/Lettenmaier/Models/VIC/Documentation/PostProcessing.shtml)
  • Model:BOM  + (model supports a variety of output to ascii or binary files that relatively easy can be read into e.g. matlab or python plotting packages. Gnuplot as also been used.)