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Commit 0594081d authored by Mathias Bavay's avatar Mathias Bavay
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Removed deprecated references to models.slf.ch

parent a9474a3c
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#Main links (they can get overwritten later)
SET(MENU_LINKS_NIVIZ "https://run.niviz.org" "niViz online visualization" )
SET(MENU_LINKS_ALPINE3D "https://models.slf.ch/p/alpine3d/" "Alpine3D Home page")
SET(MENU_LINKS_ALPINE3D "https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/alpine3d/-/wikis/home" "Alpine3D Home page")
IF(INSTALL_DOC)
SET(MENU_LINKS_ALPINE3D
"${DOC_PATH}/Alpine3D_doc.html" "Alpine3D documentation"
"${DOC_PATH}/examples" "Alpine3D examples"
"https://models.slf.ch/p/alpine3d/" "Alpine3D Home page"
"https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/alpine3d/-/wikis/home" "Alpine3D Home page"
)
ENDIF(INSTALL_DOC)
#all other links: inishell, Snowpack, meteoio
IF(CPACK_BUNDLE_ALL)
#SET(MENU_LINKS_INISHELL "bin/inishell.exe" "Alpine3D's Inishell")
SET(MENU_LINKS_SNOWPACK "https://models.slf.ch/p/snowpack/" "SNOWPACK Home page")
SET(MENU_LINKS_METEOIO "https://models.slf.ch/p/meteoio/" "MeteoIO Home page")
SET(MENU_LINKS_SNOWPACK "https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/snowpack/-/wikis/home" "SNOWPACK Home page")
SET(MENU_LINKS_METEOIO "https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/meteoio/-/wikis/home" "MeteoIO Home page")
IF(INSTALL_DOC)
SET(MENU_LINKS_METEOIO
"${METEOIO_DOC}/MeteoIO_doc.html" "MeteoIO documentation"
"https://models.slf.ch/p/meteoio/" "MeteoIO Home page"
"https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/meteoio/-/wikis/home" "MeteoIO Home page"
)
SET(MENU_LINKS_SNOWPACK
"${DOC_PATH}/Snowpack_doc.html" "SNOWPACK documentation"
"${DOC_PATH}/examples" "SNOWPACK examples"
"https://models.slf.ch/p/snowpack/" "SNOWPACK Home page"
"https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/snowpack/-/wikis/home" "SNOWPACK Home page"
)
ENDIF(INSTALL_DOC)
ENDIF(CPACK_BUNDLE_ALL)
......@@ -411,7 +411,7 @@ ELSE(UNIX)
SET(CPACK_NSIS_DISPLAY_NAME "${CPACK_PACKAGE_NAME}-${VERSION}")
SET(CPACK_NSIS_INSTALLED_ICON_NAME "doc\\\\icon.ico")
SET(CPACK_NSIS_URL_INFO_ABOUT "http://www.slf.ch")
SET(CPACK_NSIS_HELP_LINK "https://models.slf.ch/p/alpine3d")
SET(CPACK_NSIS_HELP_LINK "https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/alpine3d/-/wikis/home")
SET(CPACK_NSIS_CONTACT "${CPACK_PACKAGE_CONTACT}")
SET(CPACK_NSIS_ENABLE_UNINSTALL_BEFORE_INSTALL "ON")
ENDIF(WIN32)
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Welcome to the installation of Alpine3D!
This installer will guide you through installing Alpine3D and its html documentation. You can always check Alpine3D's home page at https://models.slf.ch/p/alpine3d to follow what is going on with Alpine3D!
This installer will guide you through installing Alpine3D and its html documentation. You can always check Alpine3D's home page at https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/alpine3d/-/wikis/home to follow what is going on with Alpine3D!
In order to run the examples, please follow the "Getting Started" section in the html documentation.
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......@@ -46,12 +46,12 @@
* <p>
* Alpine3D is a spatially distributed (surface), three dimensional (atmospheric) model for
* analyzing and predicting dynamics of snow-dominated surface processes in mountainous topography.
* It includes models for snow cover (<A HREF="https://models.slf.ch/p/snowpack/">SNOWPACK</A>),
* It includes models for snow cover (<A HREF="https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/snowpack/-/wikis/Home">SNOWPACK</A>),
* vegetation and soil, snow transport, radiation transfer and runoff which can be enabled or disabled on demand.
*
* The model supports a variety of input options including interpolation of meteorological weather stations,
* input from a meteorological model or from remote sensing data
* (<A HREF="https://models.slf.ch/p/meteoio">MeteoIO</A>) and has been parallelized
* (<A HREF="https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/meteoio/-/wikis/Home">MeteoIO</A>) and has been parallelized
* in order to run on computing grids or clusters
* (using <A HREF="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Message_Passing_Interface">MPI</A> and <A HREF="http://openmp.org/wp/">OpenMP</A>).
*
......@@ -74,14 +74,14 @@
* @subsection model_workflow Simulation workflow
* When running a simulation, it is important to keep in mind that the model is organized as several modules that interract together. It is possible to configure
* some parameters for the various modules and to enable/disable modules. Some modules can be used outside of Alpine3D (like
* <A HREF="https://models.slf.ch">MeteoIO</A> that is used in various applications or libSnowpack that is used by the standalone
* <A HREF="https://models.slf.ch">Snowpack</A> model) .
* <A HREF="https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/meteoio/-/wikis/Home">MeteoIO</A> that is used in various applications or libSnowpack that is used by the standalone
* <A HREF="https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/snowpack/-/wikis/Home">Snowpack</A> model) .
*
* \image html simulation_workflow.png "Simulation workflow"
* \image latex simulation_workflow.eps "Simulation workflow" width=0.9\textwidth
*
* @subsection installing Installing Alpine3D
* Please follow the instructions given on <a href="https://models.slf.ch/p/alpine3d/page/Getting-started/">the forge</a> in order to download Alpine3D (from svn, from source or from a
* Please follow the instructions given on <a href="https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/alpine3d/-/wikis/Getting-started/">the forge</a> in order to download Alpine3D (from svn, from source or from a
* binary package) and its dependencies (Snowpack and MeteoIO, knowing that binary packages might already contain all the required dependencies). If you've
* downloaded a binary package, there is nothing special to do, just install it on your system.
*
......@@ -93,7 +93,7 @@
* (in cmake) to a directory where you can write (it is *highly* recommended to set it to '${HOME}/usr'), make sure this directory exists and is writable and then install by
* typing '*make install*' in a terminal opened at Alpine3D's source root folder. Make sure that CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX/bin is in your PATH and that CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX/lib
* is recognized as a library path (variables PATH and LD_LIBRARY_PATH for Linux, PATH and DYLD_FALLBACK_LIBRARY_PATH for osX,
* see <a href="https://models.slf.ch/p/snowpack/page/Getting-started/#wikititle_4">Getting Started</a> on the forge).
* see <a href="https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/snowpack/-/wikis/Getting-started">Getting Started</a> on the forge).
*
* After Alpine3D has been installed, you can check that it works by opening a terminal and typing "alpine3d". Alpine3D should be found and display its help message.
*
......@@ -213,7 +213,7 @@
* @subsection snowpack_coupling Coupling with Snowpack
* Alpine3D needs spatially interpolated forcings for each grid points. Unfortunately, it limits the choice of forcing parameters: for some parameters
* (such as HS or RSWR), there are no reliable interpolation methods. One way to make use of the existing measurements that could not be easily
* interpolated is to run a <A HREF="https://models.slf.ch/p/snowpack">Snowpack</A> simulation at the stations that provided these measurements,
* interpolated is to run a <A HREF="https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/snowpack/-/wikis/Home">Snowpack</A> simulation at the stations that provided these measurements,
* then use alternate, computed parameters (such as PSUM or ISWR) as inputs to Alpine3D.
*
* This process is made easier by writing Snowpack's outputs in the smet format and making sure all the necessary parameters are written out.
......@@ -286,7 +286,7 @@
* @subsection principles_snowpack Distributed 1D soil/snow/canopy column
* \image html distributed_sn.png "Distributed SNOWPACK over the domain taking into account the land cover"
* \image latex distributed_sn.eps "Distributed SNOWPACK over the domain taking into account the land cover" width=0.9\textwidth
* At the core of the model, is the <A HREF="http://models.slf.ch/p/snowpack/">SNOWPACK</A> model, a physically based,
* At the core of the model, is the <A HREF="https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/snowpack/-/wikis/Home">SNOWPACK</A> model, a physically based,
* energy balance model for a 1D soil/snow/canopy column.
* This gives us a very detailed description of the snow stratigraphy and a very good evaluation of the mass and energy balance (therefore also of
* quantities such as Snow Water Equivalent (SWE) or temperature profile). This 1D energy balance is performed for each pixel of the domain
......@@ -299,7 +299,7 @@
* In order to perform a SNOWPACK simulation at every pixel of the domain, it is necessary to get the meteorological forcing for each pixel.
* But the measured meteorological parameters are usually measured by a set of stations, which means that the data is available at a set of points.
* Interpolating these points measurements to every pixels of the domain is performed by the means of statistical interpolations with
* <A HREF="http://models.slf.ch/p/meteoio">MeteoIO</A>. if the forcing data is coming out of another model (such as a meteorological model),
* <A HREF="https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/meteoio/-/wikis/Home">MeteoIO</A>. if the forcing data is coming out of another model (such as a meteorological model),
* most probably the input grids have a resolution that is very insufficient for Alpine3D and therefore need downscaling. If the downscaling factor
* is very large, we often end up with only a few points from the meteorological model that are part of the Alpine3D domain, therefore such points
* can be considered as "virtual stations" and spatially interpolated similarly to weather stations.
......@@ -553,7 +553,7 @@
/**
* @page tools Simulation tools
* Several tools are available to help using Alpine3D. As for SNOWPACK, it is possible to use <A HREF="https://models.slf.ch/p/inishell">inishell</A> to
* Several tools are available to help using Alpine3D. As for SNOWPACK, it is possible to use <A HREF="https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/inishell/-/wikis/Home">inishell</A> to
* configure the simulations. There is also another java tool, "view" in the "Interface" sub directory, that can be used to visualize ARC ASCII grids as
* well as to visualize DEM and LUS files in this format. This can also be used to generate a LUS file by opening an aerial picture and manually tagging
* the pixels (one by one, along lines or within polygons). Finally, this tool can also generate a POI (points of interest) file for more detailed
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......@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ struct WIND_FIELD {unsigned int start_step;std::string wind;};
* @page snowdrift Snowdrift
* This module computes the preferential deposition and redistribution of snow by the wind (see \ref principles_snowdrift). It is
* enabled using the "--enable-drift" command line option.
* The 3D wind fields are read using a GRID3D <A HREF="https://models.slf.ch/p/meteoio">MeteoIO</A> plugin such as ARPS:
* The 3D wind fields are read using a GRID3D <A HREF="https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/meteoio/-/wikis/home">MeteoIO</A> plugin such as ARPS:
* @code
* GRID3D = ARPS
* GRID3DPATH = ../input/wind_fields/
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......@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@
<file>
<name>Alpine3d-3.2.0-src.tar.gz</name>
<summary>Source package</summary>
<description>Please have a look at &lt;a href="http://models.slf.ch/p/alpine3d/page/Getting-started/"&gt;Getting-started&lt;/a&gt; for instructions. It is highly recommended to use &lt;a href="https://models.slf.ch/p/inishell-ng/downloads/"&gt;Inishell&lt;/a&gt; to configure your simulations!</description>
<description>Please have a look at &lt;a href="https://gitlabext.wsl.ch/snow-models/alpine3d/-/wikis/Getting-started"&gt;Getting-started&lt;/a&gt; for instructions. It is highly recommended to use &lt;a href="https://models.slf.ch/p/inishell-ng/downloads/"&gt;Inishell&lt;/a&gt; to configure your simulations!</description>
<replaces>Alpine3D-3.1.0.tar.gz</replaces>
<labels>
<label>Type:Source</label>
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