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An example of how to incorporate gender aspects into your model.
A written Tutorial accompanies this video, although the variable names in the video differ from those in the Tutorial.
How to automatically add climate data to your catchments. Part 3 of 3.
How to automatically add elevation and land use data to your catchments. Part 2 of 3.
How to automatically delineate catchments and rivers. Part 1 of 3.
How to easily package and email your WEAP models.
How Key Assumptions can add structure, flexibility and efficiency to your models.
How to quickly and easily find help about all aspects of WEAP.
How to create user-defined variables to extend WEAP's capabilities.
How to choose the best timestep for your WEAP models
Saving time and disk space by choosing which WEAP scenarios and results are calculated
Working with the Versions feature to save and restore previous versions of your models
Demonstration of the Expression Builder
Tips for using and improving your WEAP schematic
Using the ReadFromFile Wizard to explore and import data from CSV files
WEAP Data: Exporting to and Importing from Excel
Searching by Name
Linking WEAP and LEAP (Energy Planning models)
Export WEAP Results to Google Earth
MABIA method for catchment hydrology: FAO 56, dual KC, daily timestep
View and Edit GIS Layer Information
Zooming into Charts