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Ms. Rebeca Doctors

Subject: Time horizon   
Posted: 9/22/2016 Viewed: 8566 times
Is there a way to set the final time horizon to a specific year and month? I saw on the user guide that it only ends at the end of the year I set as the last, but is there some other way (not in the interface), that I could specify that I want it to end, say on May 2016 instead of December 2016?

Thank you!
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: Time horizon   
Posted: 9/22/2016 Viewed: 8528 times
Hi Rebeca,

The WEAP model will end 12 months (and however many years) after whatever the start of your "water year" is. For example, a model with a water year start in October will have September as its last month.

You can always export the data and cut out any extra months you don't want to see.
Ms. Rebeca Doctors

Subject: Re: Time horizon   
Posted: 9/22/2016 Viewed: 8523 times
Hi Stephanie, Thank you for your reply!
Topic "Time horizon"