HYPE code is flexible and constantly evolving. This is a great advantage for us at the unit when we want to set up with very different access to information and for different purposes.
HYPE open source community
HYPE Open Source Community is an initiative that SMHI has taken to strengthen the international cooperation in hydrological modelling. The hypothesis is that this collaboration will result in better models and better code.
HYPE Open Source Community is open to anyone interested in hydrology, hydrological modeling and code development. We hope this can become a platform for international networking and knowledge sharing.
stands for "World Hydrological Input Set-Up Tool".
WHIST is our tool to extract information for hydrological models, including Hype Model, from different types of databases. WHIST is the core of the work with each new model set here at the Hydrological Research.
Web Map Services(WMS) have been developed for free downloading of simulated data from some of the HYPE model systems, S-HYPE, Balt-HYPE and E-HYPE. Data for download can be chosen by either specifying a subbasin ID or selecting areas from a map. The downloaded data will be shown in Excel.
Norrköping Visualization Center C with this technique.makes it easier to see and understand very complex issues and relationships. Exciting work is underway to find new ways to illustrate our often very comprising research results in all sorts of contexts, such as in meetings with other researchers, policy makers, students or the public. SMHI cooperates among others with the
is a concept that can contribute to increased cooperation between various stakeholder groups and experts in the development of action plans. The methodology is based on that stakeholders, facilitated by models and various experts on relevant fields formulates a common view on present situation or impacts of a foreseen change of, e.g. climate (including its causes and consequences for various actors), and together formulates an action plan. Participants can also, e.g. arrange field monitoring campaigns of, e.g. water quality.
In addition to HYPE SMHI develops and maintains other models and systems for various types of hydrological calculations. Examples of such models are.