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    1717      <td>
    18         <H1>Tsunami Inundation Models for the GOLD COAST region</H1>
     18        <H1>Tsunami Inundation Models for the Gold Coast region</H1>
    1919      </td>
    2020    </tr>
     
    3131
    3232  The tsunami inundation simulations are based on the Open Source software package called ANUGA.
    33   For more information about ANUGA visit <a href="https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga">https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga</a>. 
     33  For more information about ANUGA visit <a href="https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga">https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga</a>.
    3434  <p>
    35   ANUGA has been developed and tested under the Windows XP and Linux (Ubuntu, Mint and Red Hat) operating systems. 
     35  ANUGA has been developed and tested under the Windows XP and Linux (Ubuntu, Mint and Red Hat) operating systems.
    3636  ANUGA may also be installed on a Windows Vista system and Debian Linux, but these have not been extensively tested.
    3737  <p>
     
    4040
    4141  <a name="installing"><h3><b>Installing ANUGA</b></h3></a>
    42 
     42  <a href="http://sourceforge.net/projects/anuga/">Download Software</a><i>: please note Internet Explorer has the habit of renaming the
     43  .tgz file to .gz - the remedy is to rename them back or use another browser such as Firefox.</i>
     44  <p>
    4345  You must install ANUGA according to the <a href="documents/anuga_installation_guide.pdf">Installation Guide</a>.
    4446  As the installation procedure comprises a number of steps we suggest that it is carried out by someone with a
    45   basic understanding of how to install software packages on the operating system of choice. 
     47  basic understanding of how to install software packages on the operating system of choice.
    4648
    4749  <a name="simulating"><h3><b>How to run a simulation</b></h3></a>
     
    5254  can be used to get help.
    5355  <p>
    54  
     56
    5557  <p>
    5658  <hr align="left" width="100">
     
    6163  <hr align="left" width="100">
    6264  <p>
    63   Next, you must copy the entire contents of the DVD to a place in your filesystem. Let's assume
    64   that you want to put the data into <b>C:\ANUGA</b>. You would do this in a Command Prompt window:
    65   <table class="code"><tr><td>
    66     C:<br>
    67     cd \<br>
    68     mkdir ANUGA<br>
     65  Next, you must copy the entire contents of the DVD to a place in your file system. Let's assume
     66  that you want to put the data into <b>C:\ANUGA</b>. You could drag all files from the DVD into this folder with Explorer.
     67  Or through the Command Prompt window:
     68  <pre><font color="brown">
     69    C:
     70    cd
     71    mkdir ANUGA
    6972    xcopy /e X:\ ANUGA
    70   </td></tr></table>
    71   <p>
    72   Of course, you could just drag all files on the DVD (X:\ is the assumed drive letter) to the desired target directory with Explorer.
     73  </font></pre>
     74  X:\ is the assumed to be the CD drive letter.
    7375  <p>
    7476  <hr align="left" width="100">
    7577  <p>
    7678  Now you must create an environment variable <b>ANUGADATA</b> that points to the directory you just created:
    77   <table class="code"><tr><td>
     79  <pre><font color="brown">
    7880    set ANUGADATA=C:\ANUGA
    79   </td></tr></table>
    80   <p>
     81  </font></pre>
    8182  Doing the above in a Command Prompt window is temporary - if you open another
    8283  window you will not have the ANUGADATA environment variable defined. To make
     
    8485  tool (<b>Advanced</b> tab).  See the <a href="documents/anuga_installation_guide.pdf">Installation Guide</a>
    8586  if you don't know how to do this.
    86   <p>
    8787  <hr align="left" width="100">
    88   <p>
    8988  Next, you prepare and execute the model:
    90   <table class="code"><tr><td>
    91     cd C:\ANUGA<br>
    92     cd project<br>
    93     python setup_model.py<br >
     89  <pre><font color="brown">
     90    cd C:\ANUGA
     91    cd project
     92    python setup_model.py
    9493    python run_model.py
    95   </td></tr></table>
    96   <p>
     94  </font></pre>
    9795  <hr align="left" width="100">
    98   <p>
    9996  This should all run to completion though it may take several days, depending on
    10097  the hardware used.
     
    105102  drilling down from that point until you find a directory called <b>outputs</b>.
    106103  The latest directory in <b>outputs</b> should contain a file called <font color="red">screen_error.txt</font>
    107   with an explanation of the error at the end. 
     104  with an explanation of the error at the end.
    108105  <p>
    109106  Once the simulation has completed you may view the results using the ANUGA
    110   viewer as described in the <a href="documents/anuga_installation_guide.pdf">Installation Guide</a> 
     107  viewer as described in the <a href="documents/anuga_installation_guide.pdf">Installation Guide</a>
    111108  and <a href="documents/anuga_user_manual.pdf">User Manual</a>.  You may also
    112109  generate rasters suitable for GIS mapping or write dedicated scripts extracting timeseries at selected
     
    120117  After you have run a simulation you may wish to extract information from the generated SWW file.
    121118  On this disk there are a selection of example analysis scripts that you can use or modify.
    122   The <a href="analysis.html">analysis scripts</a> page explains how to use the scripts.
     119  The <a href="analysis.html">analysis</a> page explains how to use the scripts.
    123120
    124121  <a name="modifications"><h3><b>How to modify a simulation</b></h3></a>
     
    138135  <a name="FAQ"><h3><b>Frequently Asked Questions</b></h3></a>
    139136
    140   There is a <b>Frequently Asked Questions</b> (FAQ) page at
    141   <a href="https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga/wiki/FrequentlyAskedQuestions">https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga/wiki/FrequentlyAskedQuestions</a>.
    142   Look in there and search the mailing list archives before asking questions on the ANUGA user's mailing list.
    143   Someone may already have asked your question!
     137  Look in <b><a href="https://datamining.anu.edu.au/anuga/wiki/FrequentlyAskedQuestions">Frequently Asked Questions</a></b> (FAQ) and search the mailing list archives before asking questions on the ANUGA user's mailing list.
     138  Someone may already have asked and answered your question!
    144139  <p>
    145140  Note that you can edit the FAQ pages, so it is helpful if you can update the FAQ with your question and its answer if you feel
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