European Commission

Lisflood

LISFLOOD is a spatially distributed water resources model, developed by the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission since 1997.

  Model Docs   User Guide   Source Code

Lisvap

LISVAP is a a pre-processor that calculates potential evapo(transpi)ration grids that can be used as input to LISFLOOD.

  Model Docs   Source Code

Calibration

Calibration tool description

  Docs   Source Code

Test Catchments

Documentation is on lisflood-usecases repository, as a README.md file.

  Source Code

Tools

This repository holds a set of NetCDF tools. You will find documentation of each tool as a README file under its dedicated folder on lisflood-utilities repository

  Source Code

Collaborate

If you find a bug or a way to improve our code, in functionalities, accuracy, or efficency, or you simply found that we missed something, you can either open an issue or submit a pull request.
Please follow these guidelines in order to contribute.

  • Open an issue

    Just go on the GitHub repository of interest and open an issue. Have a look at this page to know how to do it: create an issue on GitHub. When opening an issue, please be as more specific as possible. Furthermore, if you are reporting a bug or you are not able to run our software, you should include some information about your environment:

    1. OS (Linux distro, Windows version...)
    2. Python and packages versions
    3. Input data (e.g. specify meteo datasets)
    4. Settings and configuration files in case you use custom versions
    5. Any other information that can be useful to debug or evaluate a feature request etc.

  • Create a pull request

    If you want to contribute to the code, you can send us your changes proposals using the standard GitHub flow for open source software:

    1. Fork the repository you want to contribute to
    2. Create a dedicated branch on the forked repository
    3. Apply your changes on that branch and push them to your (forked) repository
    4. Create a Pull Request from your forked repository and branch to our original repository. Follow this detailed GitHub guide about the topic: create a pull request on GitHub.

    Our team will review your code changes and decide, whether your branch will be merged into the master.

    Note: Individual user support cannot be provided! We try to keep the open-source repository as up-to-date and informative as possible but we cannot guarantee that we reply to all issues or requests.