TSTool / Network Processing
This documentation provides information about network processing.
TSTool can be used to automate processing data associated with networks. A network in TSTool is an upstream to downstream converging network represented by "nodes", similar to stream networks that have confluence points and converging streams. Each node has properties and a downstream node.
Example use cases include:
- performing a point flow analysis for a network, which is a mass balance analysis of a system
- using the network to select time series, for example to select precipitation or other water supply time series above a node in order to determine total upstream precipitation
A network can be constructed from a table, for example read from a spreadsheet or model file.
Network processing commands are found in the Commands / Network Processing menu.
can be used to construct a network from a simple table of node data.
can be used to select time series based on association with network nodes,
and then the
TSList=SelectedTS command parameter can be used in other commands to process all selected time series.
TSTool User Interface
The Results / Networks tab lists networks created by processing commands. Right-click on a network to view its properties.
See the Examples section of command documentation.