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All Topics | Topic "introduction of data into WEAP"
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Dr. Imad Eddine Bouznad

Subject: introduction of data into WEAP   
Posted: 7/30/2018 Viewed: 3482 times
I have a question about the data in the WEAP, I want to work on modeling the water demand (more than 400 sites of requests), I have the data on shapfile files, will there be a possibility to import directemtn data from the attribute table to the model.
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Ms. Anne Hereford

Subject: Re: introduction of data into WEAP   
Posted: 2/6/2020 Viewed: 1770 times
Dear Imad,
You can do this indirectly. You will first have to create the demand sites in WEAP, and then by using the Export Expressions to Excel function (in the Edit menu of WEAP), you can populate the data there (using a lookup table or other method of your choice) and re-import the expressions into WEAP.
(see "Export Expressions to Excel" and "Import Expressions from Excel" in the WEAP user guide).
I realize your post is quite old, but i hope this will help others who have the same question.

Topic "introduction of data into WEAP"