This tool allows combining the html files generated from two MIKE SHE simulations. In this way, the plots of observation data vs. model results from different simulations are presented in the same graph for each observation station.
The user must specify the one html file from the first simulation and another from the second simulation. The matching between plots can be modified manually. Then, select the options to consider while generating the combined html files.
As a special case, the user can specify only one set of html files, select the desired options, and save a modified set of html files.
The free version allows the user to save only the first combined html file.
This tool requires MIKE ZERO to be installed so that the html plots can be displayed. The tool has been tested successfully from the 2011 release on.
Example of use
There are no example files included in the installation to try this tool. The printscreens below show the two tab windows as example, as well as, the html file viewer. In this case, the tool was applied three times consecutively in order to compare the results from 4 simulations.
In order to have full functionality of this tool, the user needs to complete the registration by following these steps:
Go to the right-top corner in this tool, click on the “About” button, and copy the Mac address shown there.
In this tool’s webpage, use the box above the "Add to Cart" button to enter the Mac address. Then, click on the "Add to Cart" button right below to enter your payment information.
After these steps, the authorization code will be sent to the email that you provided during the PayPal payment process.
Users can report bugs and send comments by email to email@example.com.
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