Wednesday, March 25, 2009

StarHydro and tRIBS animation

I just posted a new version of StarHydro beta.
It features (limited) support for tRIBS analysis by previewing animation of simulation progress.

Here you can see tRIBS tab that features project name, variable and allows you to adjust tRIBS TIN over StarHydro DEM.

Also, position is position within simulation and by moving slider one can see different snapshots of particular variable (in this case SoilMoist).

Long way to go, and this is not yet optimized, but ... it is a progress...

P.S. It only works for Blue River at this stage...

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

StarHydro beta 20090317


I just updated StarHydro with significant refactoring of visualization code that should lower it's memory footprint significantly.

Next thing to do will be to integrate tRIBS visualization in StarHydro codebase.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

StarHydro beta 20080911

StarHydro2 now features location of the mouse over map, allowing for precise watershed delineation.

StarHydro now features improvement in GIUH rainfall module.
It allow user to specify locations of gauges and export them into excel.
User can then edit excel file, add rainfall information and import from chart tab.
Rainfall from each gauge is convoluted with appropriate coverage area to generate convoluted chart.

StarHydro beta site

New StarHydro beta site is available.
It will contain pre-release version of StarHydro with new features, but not fully tested releases.

Monday, August 18, 2008

StarHydro tutorial available

There are 2 new tutorials available at:
They cover current functionality of StarHydro. Visit and enjoy.

StarHydro Basic tutorial

StarHydro GIUH tutorial

Friday, October 5, 2007

StarHydro 20071005(beta) released

Improvements include:
Layout changes
Convolution improvements

Monday, September 24, 2007

StarHydro 20070924(beta) released

Major improvements in this addition of first iteration of convolution to GIUH.

Other changes are:
- Two new maps are added HJ Andrews and Little Washita
- Coordinates button is checked by default (when one moves mouse over map button in status bar displays coordinates)
- Network order follows streams (as fish swims, not as crow flies)
- 3rd button on 3-button mouse zooms
- scroll wheel zooms map
- drainage density units are m/km2
- hypsometric curve utilizes terrain coloring to emphasize link with terrain height
- hypsometric curve domain title is updated
- apple l&f for menu bar is disabled
- layer visibility is tab dependent
- DEM information is added to Watershed layer
- Transparency is removed
- Width function topological domain title is updated