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ASCII File Format
Information on the package level:
name:<package name>
owner:<package owner>
description:<multiple run description>
create_date:<yy-mm-dd hh:mm>
number_of_runs:<number of runs>
For each run:
start:<yy-mm-dd hh:mm>
end:<yy-mm-dd hh:mm>
time_step_unit:<timestep unit>
unit_quantity:<number of units in the timestep>
time_steps:<number of timesteps>
slot_set:<input DMI (if slot-based run)>
consecutive:<no = 0, yes = 1>
idx_sequential: <no = 0, yes = 1>
For each timestep:
<yy-mm-dd hh:mm>
For each object/slot combination:
object_type: <object type>
object_name: <object name>
slot_name: <slot name>
If a table slot:
rows: <number of rows>
cols: <number of columns>
for all rows:
<row numbers, one row number per line>
for all columns:
units: <unit>
scale: <scale>
<values, one value per line>
If not a table slot:
units: <slot units>
scale: <scale>
<values, one value per line>
Two standalone tools are available to post-process RDF files. These tools can be found on the RiverWare web site. RdfToExcel will write the contents of an RDF file to an Excel workbook, and RdfAnnualizer will take an RDF file with a timestep of less than a 1 Year and aggregate its data to create an RDF file with a 1 Year timestep. Help documentation is packaged with the tools.
Revised: 08/02/2021