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All Topics | Topic "Temperature and rainfall data"
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Mr. Darlington Ikegwuoha

Subject: Temperature and rainfall data   
Posted: 7/19/2016 Viewed: 8986 times
Good day Every one I am still new to WEAP please I am trying to import temperature and rainfall data please tell me how to arrange my data before saving as csv for input to weap
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: Temperature and rainfall data   
Posted: 7/20/2016 Viewed: 8941 times
Dear Darlington,

How to format your .csv file will depend a little on your timestep. But you can find information about formatting in the WEAP help menu. Search for the topic called "Read from file" and find the subheadings "Annual Data" or (the next subheading) "Monthly (or other timestep) Data".
Topic "Temperature and rainfall data"