Articles | Volume 17, issue 11
https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-17-4561-2024
https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-17-4561-2024
Methods for assessment of models
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10 Jun 2024
Methods for assessment of models |  | 10 Jun 2024

EvalHyd v0.1.2: a polyglot tool for the evaluation of deterministic and probabilistic streamflow predictions

Thibault Hallouin, François Bourgin, Charles Perrin, Maria-Helena Ramos, and Vazken Andréassian

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The evaluation of the quality of hydrological model outputs against streamflow observations is widespread in the hydrological literature. In order to improve on the reproducibility of published studies, a new evaluation tool dedicated to hydrological applications is presented. It is open source and usable in a variety of programming languages to make it as accessible as possible to the community. Thus, authors and readers alike can use the same tool to produce and reproduce the results.