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A Vector Approach to Drainage Network Analysis Based on LiDAR Data

Posted by Zhiyu Li on Thursday September 16, 2021

Author(s): Fangzheng Lyu

Drainage network analysis is fundamental to understanding the characteristics of surface hydrology Based on elevation data, drainage network analysis is often used to extract key hydrological ...

Run ensemble Summa model on HPC

Posted by Admin CyberGISX on Friday December 20, 2019

This notebook demonstrates how to harmonize different libraries and tools provided in the CyberGIS-Jupyter environment to run a 75-member ensemble SUMMA model with a High Performance Computer (HPC) ...

Hydrological Streamline Detection with CyberGIS-Jupyter Using Deep Learning

Posted by Admin CyberGISX on Friday May 15, 2020

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Surface water is an irreplaceable strategic resource for human survival and social development The accurate delineation of hydrological streamlines is critically important in various scientific ...

Reproducible Hydrological Modeling with CyberGIS-Jupyter For Water (CJW) and HydroShare

Posted by Admin CyberGISX on Wednesday May 13, 2020

Author(s): Fangzheng Lyu, Zhiyu Li, Anand Padmanabhan, Shaowen Wang, Youngdon Choi, Jonathan Goodall, Andrew Bennett, Bart Nijssen, David Tarboton

CyberGIS-Jupyter for Water (CJW), leveraging the cyberGIS software ecosystem, is integrated with HydroShare CJW provides a collaborative platform for enabling computationally intensive and ...

The Context Makes the Difference: Reproducibility and Replicability in Measures of Spatial Accessibility

Posted by Admin CyberGISX on Friday December 20, 2019

Author(s): Jiang Y., Park J, Lafferty D., Bowlick F., Zhang X., Timmons A.

This notebook demonstrates a study on food accessibility addressing two research questions: 1) what is the service area of particular grocery stores and 2) what impact do individual user preferences ...

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