Since its early development, BASEMENT has become a robust an reliable tool for the numerically modelling of rivers. Yet there are a few little challenges and this page provides some answers (under development).
Export geospatial model output#
results.xdmf contains geospatially explicit data (e.g., of flow velocity and water depth), which can be theoretically directly imported in QGIS with the Crayfish plugin (read more in the BASEMENT post-processing section). However, there is a little issue: QGIS may crash because of an invalid directory. To fix it:
results.xdmfin a text editor (e.g., Notepad++).
Use the find-and-replace tool (
Hkeys in Notpad++) to remove file paths before
results_aux.h5string and identify the path written in front of it (e.g.,
Find and replace that user path, for example:
After having removed all path occurrences in the document, save and close
This issue is also discussed in the BASEMENT User Forum).