This page disseminates OpenEarth products. The installers are easy-installable software packages, including the necessary program files, documentation, etc. The toolboxes are collections of routines (Matlab, Python, etc) from the OpenEarth repository. In order to get access to the entire collection of OpenEarth tools, you are invited to join the OpenEarth community (click here for more information).
An information system developed by Deltares aimed at facilitating the use of data and (expert) knowledge in coastal problems. It does so by supporting modellers as much as possible in the efforts needed to set up new models and manage and use existing ones enabling researchers to quickly try out innovative approaches by advanced prototyping.
A program for calculating sediment transport rates through arbitrarily chosen transects on the basis of gridded transport data (for example model output).
For advanced post-processing of model output (especially Delft3D)
An information system developed by Deltares aimed at facilitating the use of data and (expert) knowledge in coastal problems. It does so by providing flexible access to and integration of various types of measurement data, models and analysis routines.
Offers an easy-to-use platform to convert coordinates between numerous of coordinates systems.
Special version of SWAN with dispersion relation and damping source terms for a two-layer system: fluid mud (viscous fluid) below and water on top.
Google Earth toolbox (part of OpenEarthTools)
A matlab toolbox to convert coordinates between numerous of coordinates systems.
XBeach toolbox to read and write XBeach files, setup entire models and visualise or analyse XBeach results
Generic toolbox for probabilistic computations
On IMDIS three abstracts were presented via two posters (1, 2) and an oral presentation (3)
Poster presented on North Sea Days as part of presentation about Monitoring on the North Sea
NCK proceedings paper on GooglePlot toolbox
WODCON proceedings paper on OpenEarth philosophy
Poster presented on the eco-informatics congres on december 8th at CWI University of Amsterdam. Subtitle: The silver bullet for ecology.
Poster presented on the 2nd Annual meeting of VECTORS in Portorož, Slovenia.
A fact sheet describing the technical aspects of the PMR-NCV monitoring project.
Announcement sprint session to be held at Deltares (Delft) at 18th of December 2012