Organize your dataset or model into WamDaM spreadsheet template (click at the Download above). Use metadata to describe your sources and methods. Register your model terms with controlled vocabularies.
The Wizard reads, validates, and loads your spreadsheet data into a SQLite database file on your local machine. The Wizard works for Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.
Use the supported WaMDaM Wizard queries or write your SQL to query and compare data across data sources. Controlled vocabulary in Step1 allow you to relate different native terms.
Use the Wizard supported data preparation workflows or add new ones to more readily and consistently reuse common data in your database to prepare it as input to multiple comparison water resources models.
The modular and extensible design allows you to build different water resources systems components and assign their attributes
You may represent connectivity and interactions between systems components in space through networks of nodes and links
You may create and assign many scenarios that track topologic and data changes in networks with no duplication which enable scenario comparisons
You will use metadata that describe the source and methods of your data that enable others to unambiguously interpret data values
You may keep using your native terms and then register them with controlled vocabularies to relate them with other inconsistent terms across data sources
You may store your data types: time series, multi-column arrays, numeric and categorical parameters, seasonal parameters, and files.
You may store multiple datasets in one database and use SQL to query and compare data across data sources using controlled vocabulary
The source code of software is licensed under the 3BD-cluase license. WaMDaM Software works with free SQLite database across platforms