Changeset 7265


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Jun 25, 2009, 2:41:52 PM (11 years ago)
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rwilson
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Commit of changes from georisk_models/inundation/DVD_images.

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  • DVD_images/extra_files/BatemansBay/README.txt

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    33
    44If this DVD does not autostart and display a browser page, open the
    5 file X:\index.htm in your browser, where 'X' is the drive letter of
     5file X:\index.html in your browser, where 'X' is the drive letter of
    66your DVD drive.
  • DVD_images/extra_files/BatemansBay/index.html

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    2121  </table>
    2222  <hr>
    23 <!--
    24   <ul class="navbar">
    25     <li><a href="#introduction">Introduction</a>
    26     <li><a href="#installing">Installing</a>
    27     <li><a href="#simulating">Running</a>
    28     <li><a href="#userslist">Mailing list</a>
    29     <li><a href="#auxscripts">Auxiliary scripts</a>
    30     <li><a href="#FAQ">Frequently Asked Questions</a>
    31     <li><a href="#extra">Extra stuff</a>
    32   </ul>
    33 -->
    3423
    35   <a name="introduction"<h3><b>Introduction</b></h3></a>
     24  <a name="introduction"><h3><b>Introduction</b></h3></a>
     25
    3626  The information on this DVD and the associated report is intended to assist emergency managers in developing preparation and
    3727  response plans that can be used during a tsunami threat or emergency.
    3828  <p>
    3929  The Attorney General's Department (AGD) has supported Geoscience Australia (GA) in developing a range of products to support
    40   the understanding of tsunami hazard through the Australian Tsunami Warning System Project. The work reported here is intended
     30  the understanding of tsunami hazard through the Australian Probabilistic Tsunami Warning System Project. The work reported here is intended
    4131  to further build the capacity of the Jurisdictions in developing inundation models for prioritised locations.
    4232  <p>
     
    5444    <li> The Python scripts used to run the models
    5545  </ul>
     46  <p>
     47  The input wave data on this disk are all derived from events available in the Australian Tsunami
     48  Hazard Map. As this dataset is very large, this DVD only contains the events
     49  described in the report.
    5650
    57   <a name="requirements"<h3><b>Requirements</b></h3></a>
     51  <a name="requirements"><h3><b>Requirements</b></h3></a>
    5852
    5953  The tsunami inundation simulations are based on the Open Source software package called ANUGA.
     
    6660  we recommend using 64 bit Ubuntu Linux as this operating system can use more than 3GB of memory, whereas Windows XP cannot.
    6761
    68   <a name="installing"<h3><b>Installing ANUGA</b></h3></a>
     62  <a name="installing"><h3><b>Installing ANUGA</b></h3></a>
    6963
    7064  You must install ANUGA according to the <a href="documents/anuga_installation_guide.pdf">Installation Guide</a>.
     
    7266  basic understanding of how to install software packages on the operating system of choice.
    7367
    74   <a name="simulating"<h3><b>How to run a simulation</b></h3></a>
     68  <a name="simulating"><h3><b>How to run a simulation</b></h3></a>
    7569
    76   This is how a user should run the model on this DVD.
     70  This is how you should run the model on this DVD.
    7771  We assume that you are using Windows and will give examples for that operating system.
    78   The translation to Linux is left as an exercise for the student!
     72  The translation to Linux should be obvious, but the <a href="#userslist">ANUGA user's mailing list</a>
     73  can be used to get help.
     74  <p>
     75 
    7976  <p>
    8077  <hr align="left" width="100">
     
    111108  <hr align="left" width="100">
    112109  <p>
    113   At this point you should run the <font color="red">build_elevation.py</font>
    114   script to convert the raw elevation data to a set of 'combined_elevation'
    115   files ready to be used by the ANUGA system. It is possible that you have not
    116   been given the elevation data on the DVD as it is too large. In that case you
    117   cannot run the <font color="red">build_elevation.py</font> script and you
    118   should skip to the next step.
     110  Next, you prepare and execute the model:
    119111  <table class="code"><tr><td>
    120112    cd C:\ANUGA<br>
    121113    cd project<br>
    122     python build_elevation.py
    123   </td></tr></table>
    124   <p>
    125   When you get to the point of running the model with your own data, you must
    126   run <font color="red">build_elevation.py</font> to recreate the combined elevation files every time
    127   you change the elevation data.
    128   <p>
    129   <hr align="left" width="100">
    130   <p>
    131   Next, you prepare and execute the model:
    132   <table class="code"><tr><td>
    133114    python setup_model.py<br >
    134115    python run_model.py
     
    137118  <hr align="left" width="100">
    138119  <p>
    139   This should all run to completion, though it may take several days, depending on
     120  This should all run to completion though it may take several days, depending on
    140121  the hardware used.
    141122  <p>
    142   If you do get an error from <font color="red">setup_model.py</font>
     123  If you get an error from <font color="red">setup_model.py</font>
    143124  or <font color="red">run_model.py</font> look for some explanation in the log
    144   files, which you should find somewhere under <b>C:\ANUGA\data</b>. Just keep
     125  files, which you will find under <b>C:\ANUGA\data</b>. Just keep
    145126  drilling down from that point until you find a directory called <b>outputs</b>.
    146127  The latest directory in <b>outputs</b> should contain a file called <font color="red">screen_error.txt</font>
     
    149130  Once the simulation has completed you may view the results using the ANUGA
    150131  viewer as described in the <a href="documents/anuga_installation_guide.pdf">Installation Guide</a>
    151   and <a href="documents/anuga_user_manual.pdf">User Manual</a>, run the script
    152   <font color="red">export_results_max.py</font> to generate rasters suitable
    153   for GIS mapping, or write dedicated scripts extracting timeseries at selected
    154   locations.
    155   <p>
    156   The input waves are all derived from events available in the Australian Tsunami
    157   Hazard Map. As this dataset is very large, this DVD only contains the events
    158   described in the report. If other events from the Hazard Map are obtained,
    159   the script <font color="red">build_urs_boundary.py</font> has been designed
    160   to prepare the associated input wave for ingestion into ANUGA.  This script
    161   is documented in the <a href="documents/anuga_user_manual.pdf">User Manual</a>.
     132  and <a href="documents/anuga_user_manual.pdf">User Manual</a>.  You may also
     133  generate rasters suitable for GIS mapping or write dedicated scripts extracting timeseries at selected
     134  locations.  Some hints to help you do this are at the <a href="analysis.html">analysis page</a>.
    162135  <p>
    163136  The ANUGA <a href="documents/anuga_user_manual.pdf">User Manual</a> describes
    164137  how to use the ANUGA system in general and provides some examples of its use.
    165138
    166   <a name="userslist"<h3><b>How to join the ANUGA user's mailing list</b></h3></a>
     139  <a name="auxscripts"><h3><b>How to extract data from the simulation output files</b></h3></a>
     140
     141  After you have run a simulation you may wish to extract information from the generated SWW file.
     142  On this disk there are a selection of example analysis scripts that you can use or modify.
     143  The <a href="analysis.html">analysis scripts</a> page explains how to use the scripts.
     144
     145  <a name="modifications"><h3><b>How to modify a simulation</b></h3></a>
     146
     147  After you have run the supplied simulation you may wish to change it in some way, such as adding improved bathymetry data, for example.
     148  The <a href="modifications.html">modifications</a> page explains how to do this.
     149
     150  <a name="userslist"><h3><b>How to join the ANUGA user's mailing list</b></h3></a>
    167151
    168152  One of the quickest ways to get your ANUGA questions answered is by asking them on the <b>ANUGA-user</b> mailing list.
    169   You can subscribe to the list <a href="https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/anuga-user">here</a>
     153  You can <a href="https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/anuga-user">subscribe to the list</a>
    170154  and can view the mailing list <a href="https://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?forum_name=anuga-user">archives</a>.
    171155  <p>
     
    173157  into a few emails per day.  You can unsubscribe at any time through the subscribe link above.
    174158
    175   <a name="auxscripts"<h3><b>How to use the auxiliary scripts</b></h3></a>
    176 
    177   On this disk there are a selection of auxiliary scripts that you can use to extract various pieces of information
    178   from the generated SWW files.  The <a href="auxiliary_scripts.html">auxiliary scripts</a> page explains how to use the scripts.
    179 
    180   <a name="FAQ"<h3><b>Frequently Asked Questions</b></h3></a>
     159  <a name="FAQ"><h3><b>Frequently Asked Questions</b></h3></a>
    181160
    182161  There is a <b>Frequently Asked Questions</b> (FAQ) page at
    183162  <a href="https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga/wiki/FrequentlyAskedQuestions">https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga/wiki/FrequentlyAskedQuestions</a>.
    184   Look in here and search the mailing list archives before asking questions on the ANUGA user's mailing list.
     163  Look in there and search the mailing list archives before asking questions on the ANUGA user's mailing list.
    185164  Someone may already have asked your question!
    186165  <p>
  • DVD_images/extra_files/BatemansBay/project/setup_model.py

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    6161if not exists(project.gauges_folder):
    6262    print "Sorry, gauges directory '%s' doesn't exist" % project.gauges_folder
    63     sanity_error = True
    64 
    65 if not exists(project.meshes_folder):
    66     print "Sorry, meshes directory '%s' doesn't exist" % project.meshes_folder
    6763    sanity_error = True
    6864
  • DVD_images/extra_files/GoldCoast/auxiliary_scripts.html

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    2323
    24   <a name="auxiliary scripts"<h2><b>Auxiliary Scripts</b></h2></a>
     24  <a name="auxiliary scripts"><h2><b>Auxiliary Scripts</b></h2></a>
    2525  There are number of auxiliary scripts on this disk that you can use to extract information from the SWW files
    2626  produced by a simulation run.  These scripts are not meant to be the definitive answer on how to get information
     
    3131  generate.
    3232
    33   <a name="export_results_max.py scripts"<h3><b>export_results_max.py</b></h3></a>
     33  <a name="export_results_max.py scripts"><h3><b>export_results_max.py</b></h3></a>
    3434  The <font color="red">export_results_max.py</font> script can be used to create an ASC file that contains the maximum
    3535  of an ANUGA variable or expression for each point in a user-defined raster on the simulation region.
     
    8888  </ul>
    8989
    90   <a name="get_runup.py"<h3><b>get_runup.py</b></h3></a>
     90  <a name="get_runup.py"><h3><b>get_runup.py</b></h3></a>
    9191  The <font color="red">get_runup.py</font> script is used to get the maximum runup height in a specified region
    9292  or regions.
     
    109109  </ul>
    110110
    111   <a name="get_timeseries.py"<h3><b>get_timeseries.py</b></h3></a>
     111  <a name="get_timeseries.py"><h3><b>get_timeseries.py</b></h3></a>
    112112  The <font color="red">get_timeseries.py</font> script is used to get timeseries data for a selection of variable
    113113  data at one or more gauge points in a simulation.
  • DVD_images/extra_files/GoldCoast/index.html

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    3434
    35   <a name="introduction"<h3><b>Introduction</b></h3></a>
     35  <a name="introduction"><h3><b>Introduction</b></h3></a>
    3636  The information on this DVD and the associated report is intended to assist emergency managers in developing preparation and
    3737  response plans that can be used during a tsunami threat or emergency.
     
    5555  </ul>
    5656
    57   <a name="requirements"<h3><b>Requirements</b></h3></a>
     57  <a name="requirements"><h3><b>Requirements</b></h3></a>
    5858
    5959  The tsunami inundation simulations are based on the Open Source software package called ANUGA.
     
    6666  we recommend using 64 bit Ubuntu Linux as this operating system can use more than 3GB of memory, whereas Windows XP cannot.
    6767
    68   <a name="installing"<h3><b>Installing ANUGA</b></h3></a>
     68  <a name="installing"><h3><b>Installing ANUGA</b></h3></a>
    6969
    7070  You must install ANUGA according to the <a href="documents/anuga_installation_guide.pdf">Installation Guide</a>.
     
    7272  basic understanding of how to install software packages on the operating system of choice.
    7373
    74   <a name="simulating"<h3><b>How to run a simulation</b></h3></a>
     74  <a name="simulating"><h3><b>How to run a simulation</b></h3></a>
    7575
    7676  This is how a user should run the model on this DVD.
     
    164164  how to use the ANUGA system in general and provides some examples of its use.
    165165
    166   <a name="userslist"<h3><b>How to join the ANUGA user's mailing list</b></h3></a>
     166  <a name="userslist"><h3><b>How to join the ANUGA user's mailing list</b></h3></a>
    167167
    168168  One of the quickest ways to get your ANUGA questions answered is by asking them on the <b>ANUGA-user</b> mailing list.
     
    173173  into a few emails per day.  You can unsubscribe at any time through the subscribe link above.
    174174
    175   <a name="auxscripts"<h3><b>How to use the auxiliary scripts</b></h3></a>
     175  <a name="auxscripts"><h3><b>How to use the auxiliary scripts</b></h3></a>
    176176
    177177  On this disk there are a selection of auxiliary scripts that you can use to extract various pieces of information
    178178  from the generated SWW files.  The <a href="auxiliary_scripts.html">auxiliary scripts</a> page explains how to use the scripts.
    179179
    180   <a name="FAQ"<h3><b>Frequently Asked Questions</b></h3></a>
     180  <a name="FAQ"><h3><b>Frequently Asked Questions</b></h3></a>
    181181
    182182  There is a <b>Frequently Asked Questions</b> (FAQ) page at
  • DVD_images/extra_files/Gosford/auxiliary_scripts.html

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    2323
    24   <a name="auxiliary scripts"<h2><b>Auxiliary Scripts</b></h2></a>
     24  <a name="auxiliary scripts"><h2><b>Auxiliary Scripts</b></h2></a>
    2525  There are number of auxiliary scripts on this disk that you can use to extract information from the SWW files
    2626  produced by a simulation run.  These scripts are not meant to be the definitive answer on how to get information
     
    3131  generate.
    3232
    33   <a name="export_results_max.py scripts"<h3><b>export_results_max.py</b></h3></a>
     33  <a name="export_results_max.py scripts"><h3><b>export_results_max.py</b></h3></a>
    3434  The <font color="red">export_results_max.py</font> script can be used to create an ASC file that contains the maximum
    3535  of an ANUGA variable or expression for each point in a user-defined raster on the simulation region.
     
    8888  </ul>
    8989
    90   <a name="get_runup.py"<h3><b>get_runup.py</b></h3></a>
     90  <a name="get_runup.py"><h3><b>get_runup.py</b></h3></a>
    9191  The <font color="red">get_runup.py</font> script is used to get the maximum runup height in a specified region
    9292  or regions.
     
    109109  </ul>
    110110
    111   <a name="get_timeseries.py"<h3><b>get_timeseries.py</b></h3></a>
     111  <a name="get_timeseries.py"><h3><b>get_timeseries.py</b></h3></a>
    112112  The <font color="red">get_timeseries.py</font> script is used to get timeseries data for a selection of variable
    113113  data at one or more gauge points in a simulation.
  • DVD_images/extra_files/Gosford/index.html

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    3434
    35   <a name="introduction"<h3><b>Introduction</b></h3></a>
     35  <a name="introduction"><h3><b>Introduction</b></h3></a>
    3636  The information on this DVD and the associated report is intended to assist emergency managers in developing preparation and
    3737  response plans that can be used during a tsunami threat or emergency.
     
    5555  </ul>
    5656
    57   <a name="requirements"<h3><b>Requirements</b></h3></a>
     57  <a name="requirements"><h3><b>Requirements</b></h3></a>
    5858
    5959  The tsunami inundation simulations are based on the Open Source software package called ANUGA.
     
    6666  we recommend using 64 bit Ubuntu Linux as this operating system can use more than 3GB of memory, whereas Windows XP cannot.
    6767
    68   <a name="installing"<h3><b>Installing ANUGA</b></h3></a>
     68  <a name="installing"><h3><b>Installing ANUGA</b></h3></a>
    6969
    7070  You must install ANUGA according to the <a href="documents/anuga_installation_guide.pdf">Installation Guide</a>.
     
    7272  basic understanding of how to install software packages on the operating system of choice.
    7373
    74   <a name="simulating"<h3><b>How to run a simulation</b></h3></a>
     74  <a name="simulating"><h3><b>How to run a simulation</b></h3></a>
    7575
    7676  This is how a user should run the model on this DVD.
     
    164164  how to use the ANUGA system in general and provides some examples of its use.
    165165
    166   <a name="userslist"<h3><b>How to join the ANUGA user's mailing list</b></h3></a>
     166  <a name="userslist"><h3><b>How to join the ANUGA user's mailing list</b></h3></a>
    167167
    168168  One of the quickest ways to get your ANUGA questions answered is by asking them on the <b>ANUGA-user</b> mailing list.
     
    173173  into a few emails per day.  You can unsubscribe at any time through the subscribe link above.
    174174
    175   <a name="auxscripts"<h3><b>How to use the auxiliary scripts</b></h3></a>
     175  <a name="auxscripts"><h3><b>How to use the auxiliary scripts</b></h3></a>
    176176
    177177  On this disk there are a selection of auxiliary scripts that you can use to extract various pieces of information
    178178  from the generated SWW files.  The <a href="auxiliary_scripts.html">auxiliary scripts</a> page explains how to use the scripts.
    179179
    180   <a name="FAQ"<h3><b>Frequently Asked Questions</b></h3></a>
     180  <a name="FAQ"><h3><b>Frequently Asked Questions</b></h3></a>
    181181
    182182  There is a <b>Frequently Asked Questions</b> (FAQ) page at
  • DVD_images/extra_files/Hobart/auxiliary_scripts.html

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    2222  <hr>
    2323
    24   <a name="auxiliary scripts"<h2><b>Auxiliary Scripts</b></h2></a>
     24  <a name="auxiliary scripts"><h2><b>Auxiliary Scripts</b></h2></a>
    2525  There are number of auxiliary scripts on this disk that you can use to extract information from the SWW files
    2626  produced by a simulation run.  These scripts are not meant to be the definitive answer on how to get information
     
    3131  generate.
    3232
    33   <a name="export_results_max.py scripts"<h3><b>export_results_max.py</b></h3></a>
     33  <a name="export_results_max.py scripts"><h3><b>export_results_max.py</b></h3></a>
    3434  The <font color="red">export_results_max.py</font> script can be used to create an ASC file that contains the maximum
    3535  of an ANUGA variable or expression for each point in a user-defined raster on the simulation region.
     
    8888  </ul>
    8989
    90   <a name="get_runup.py"<h3><b>get_runup.py</b></h3></a>
     90  <a name="get_runup.py"><h3><b>get_runup.py</b></h3></a>
    9191  The <font color="red">get_runup.py</font> script is used to get the maximum runup height in a specified region
    9292  or regions.
     
    109109  </ul>
    110110
    111   <a name="get_timeseries.py"<h3><b>get_timeseries.py</b></h3></a>
     111  <a name="get_timeseries.py"><h3><b>get_timeseries.py</b></h3></a>
    112112  The <font color="red">get_timeseries.py</font> script is used to get timeseries data for a selection of variable
    113113  data at one or more gauge points in a simulation.
  • DVD_images/extra_files/Hobart/index.html

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    3434
    35   <a name="introduction"<h3><b>Introduction</b></h3></a>
     35  <a name="introduction"><h3><b>Introduction</b></h3></a>
    3636  The information on this DVD and the associated report is intended to assist emergency managers in developing preparation and
    3737  response plans that can be used during a tsunami threat or emergency.
     
    5555  </ul>
    5656
    57   <a name="requirements"<h3><b>Requirements</b></h3></a>
     57  <a name="requirements"><h3><b>Requirements</b></h3></a>
    5858
    5959  The tsunami inundation simulations are based on the Open Source software package called ANUGA.
     
    6666  we recommend using 64 bit Ubuntu Linux as this operating system can use more than 3GB of memory, whereas Windows XP cannot.
    6767
    68   <a name="installing"<h3><b>Installing ANUGA</b></h3></a>
     68  <a name="installing"><h3><b>Installing ANUGA</b></h3></a>
    6969
    7070  You must install ANUGA according to the <a href="documents/anuga_installation_guide.pdf">Installation Guide</a>.
     
    7272  basic understanding of how to install software packages on the operating system of choice.
    7373
    74   <a name="simulating"<h3><b>How to run a simulation</b></h3></a>
     74  <a name="simulating"><h3><b>How to run a simulation</b></h3></a>
    7575
    7676  This is how a user should run the model on this DVD.
     
    164164  how to use the ANUGA system in general and provides some examples of its use.
    165165
    166   <a name="userslist"<h3><b>How to join the ANUGA user's mailing list</b></h3></a>
     166  <a name="userslist"><h3><b>How to join the ANUGA user's mailing list</b></h3></a>
    167167
    168168  One of the quickest ways to get your ANUGA questions answered is by asking them on the <b>ANUGA-user</b> mailing list.
     
    173173  into a few emails per day.  You can unsubscribe at any time through the subscribe link above.
    174174
    175   <a name="auxscripts"<h3><b>How to use the auxiliary scripts</b></h3></a>
     175  <a name="auxscripts"><h3><b>How to use the auxiliary scripts</b></h3></a>
    176176
    177177  On this disk there are a selection of auxiliary scripts that you can use to extract various pieces of information
    178178  from the generated SWW files.  The <a href="auxiliary_scripts.html">auxiliary scripts</a> page explains how to use the scripts.
    179179
    180   <a name="FAQ"<h3><b>Frequently Asked Questions</b></h3></a>
     180  <a name="FAQ"><h3><b>Frequently Asked Questions</b></h3></a>
    181181
    182182  There is a <b>Frequently Asked Questions</b> (FAQ) page at
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