source: anuga_work/production/mandurah_storm_surge_2009/gems_comparison/get_timeseries.py @ 7628

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comparison with GEMS storm surge model for Mandurah

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1"""
2Generate time series of nominated "gauges".
3Input: sww file from run_perth.py
4       gauges project.gauge_filename
5Output: csv files stage,speed,depth,elevation over time
6Stored in the 'outputs_dir' folder for respective .sww file
7
8Note:
9Can run different sww files at the same time
10make sure if there is a second sww file that it is placed into a folder called sww2
11Can run different gauges at the same time - ie testing boundary index point
12"""
13
14from os import sep, rename, listdir, system
15from os.path import join
16from anuga.abstract_2d_finite_volumes.util import sww2csv_gauges,csv2timeseries_graphs
17import project
18
19directory = project.output_folder
20
21time_dir1 = '20091229_100831_run_storm_surge_final_0_alby_waves_lfountai'
22
23time_dirs = [time_dir1]
24
25for time_dir in time_dirs:
26    name = join(directory,time_dir,project.scenario_name)
27    gauge = project.gauges
28    sww2csv_gauges(name+'.sww',gauge,
29                   quantities = ['stage','speed','depth','elevation'],
30                   verbose=True)
31
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