Subject: WEAP Videos - tell us your ideas Posted: 5/24/2016 Viewed: 5159 times
Dear WEAP Community,
Over the past few weeks, we have produced videos demonstrating various features of WEAP (www.WEAP21.org/videos). As we consider future videos, we wanted to ask for your feedback.
1) Have the videos been helpful?
2) Do you have suggestions for ways to improve them?
3) Do you have topics or features you would like to see explained or demonstrated in videos?
We look forward to hearing from you.
Subject: Re: WEAP Videos - tell us your ideas Posted: 8/19/2016 Viewed: 4874 times
The videos were useful.i would like to view video demonstrating rainfall runoff_soil moisture method of simulating surface runoff . that would be great help for me
Z. Narcisse Gahi
Subject: Re: WEAP Videos - tell us your ideas Posted: 8/30/2016 Viewed: 4799 times
Thanks a lot for the videos provided, very useful and helpful.
May I ask you to continue producing videos for all WEAP community?
One of the particular topic that should be very important to explain through video could be "how to calibrate and validate using WEAP "
- which components in WEAP should be used?
- which parameters (data) as inputs Output? e;g : P, Q, PET, etc
- how to check the quality of calibration/validation via WEAP
This is very important to run the WEAP model very well and assure modelling quality
Hamide Jamal Ilacinho
Subject: Re: WEAP Videos - tell us your ideas Posted: 8/31/2016 Viewed: 4790 times
Of course, the video are being useful. There are some things that I learnt from the videos, so they are welcome.
Subject: Re: WEAP Videos - tell us your ideas Posted: 1/6/2017 Viewed: 4137 times
Videos have been very useful in understanding the WEAP. But i want to ask a very simple question.Are these videos in order. I mean ordered by steps which we follow in WEAP. Plus, It would be very nice of you if you guys make a video to explain all the types of data we use in WEAP.
Subject: Re: WEAP Videos - tell us your ideas Posted: 1/6/2017 Viewed: 4132 times
Thank you for your feedback. The videos are all meant to stand alone - they are not in any particular order. For a step-by-step introduction to WEAP, I recommend the WEAP tutorial (www.WEAP21.org/tutorial) which will lead you through several activities to demonstrate how to enter data and view results for different functionalities of WEAP - the demand sites, supplies, reservoirs, etc.
Please let me know if you have any further questions. We'll try to do more videos in the future - please let us know what specific aspects of data types you're interested to learn about.