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INIshell include file for timeseries input plugin definitions
Please include meteoio_parametergroups before use!
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<inishell_include>

	<!-- Alternative panel: METEOIO_TS_IN -->
	<parametergroup name="METEOIO_TS_IN">
		<!-- it's nice to give defaults to non-optional keys (no 'unsaved changes' warning: -->
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		<parameter key="METEO" label="Select METEO data plugin:" type="alternative" optional="false" default="SMET" pre-generate="false">
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			<section name="Input"/>
			<option value="A3D">
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				<parameter key="METEOPATH" type="path" optional="false">
					<help>Path to the meteorological files; this path must exist, it won't be created</help>
				</parameter>
				<help>Original Alpine3D meteo files</help>
			</option>
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			<option value="ALPUG">
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				<reference name="ALPUG_IN"/>
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				<help>Data files generated by the ALPUG meteo stations</help>
			</option>
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			<option value="ARGOS">
				<reference name="ARGOS_IN"/>
				<help>Data files transmitted by the ARGOS system</help>
			</option>
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			<option value="COSMOXML">
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				<reference name="COSMO_IN"/>
				<help>MeteoSwiss COSMO's postprocessing XML format</help>
			</option>
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			<option value="CSV" bold="true">
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				<reference name="CSV_IN"/>
				<help>Comma separated files</help>
			</option>
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			<option value="DBO">
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				<reference name="DBO_IN"/>
				<help>Connects to SLF's DBO web service interface</help>
			</option>
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			<option value="GEOTOP">
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				<reference name="GEOTOP_IN"/>
				<help>GeoTop meteo files</help>
			</option>
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			<option value="GOES">
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				<reference name="GOES_IN"/>
				<help>Meteo files transmitted by the GOES satellites</help>
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			</option>
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			<option value="GRIB">
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				<reference name="GRIB_METEO_IN"/>
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				<help>GRIB meteo grid files</help>
			</option>
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			<option value="IMIS">
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				<reference name="IMIS_IN" />
			</option>
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			<option value="NETCDF" bold="true">
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				<reference name="NETCDF_IN"/>
				<help>NetCDF grids and timeseries</help>
			</option>
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			<option value="OSHD">
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				<reference name="OSHD_METEO_IN"/>
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				<help>OSHD generated binary Matlab files</help>
			</option>
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			<o value="PMOD"><help>Raw data files from Pmod/Wrc</help></o>
			<option value="PSQL">
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				<reference name="PSQL_IN"/>
				<help>Connects to PostgreSQL database</help>
			</option>
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			<option value="SASE">
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				<help>Connects to the SASE database</help>
			</option>
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			<option value="SMET" bold="true">
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				<reference name="SMET_IN"/>
				<help>SMET data files</help>
			</option>
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			<option value="SNOWPACK">
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				<reference name="SNOWPACK_IN"/>
				<help>Original SNOWPACK meteo files</help>
			</option>
			<help>See &lt;a href=&quot;https://models.slf.ch/docserver/meteoio/html/data_sources.html&quot;&gt;MeteoIO's help&lt;/a&gt; for more information</help>
		</parameter> <!-- end METEOIO_TS_IN -->
	</parametergroup>

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	<parametergroup name="ALPUG_IN">
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		<parameter key="METEOPATH" type="path" mode="input" optional="false">
			<help>Path to the data files; this path MUST exist, it won't be created</help>
		</parameter>
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		<reference name="STATIONGROUP_NAMES"/>
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		<parameter key="METAFILE" type="file" mode="input" optional="false">
			<help>Absolute filename of the metadata file</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="WRAP_MONTH" type="number" format="integer+" min="1" max="12" default="10" optional="false">
			<help>month when a new file is started</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="ALPUG_FIELDS" type="text" default="%,%,ID,timestamp,VW,VW_MAX,DW,TA,RH, RSWR,HS,%,%,%,%,%,TSG,%,%,%,TSS,ISWR,P" size="large" optional="false">
			<help>Description of the fields (using % to mark the fields to skip)</help>
		</parameter>
	</parametergroup>
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	<!-- ARGOS -->
	<parametergroup name="ARGOS_IN">
		<parameter key="METEOPATH" type="path" optional="false">
			<help>directory where to read the data files from</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="ARGOS_EXT" type="text" size="small">
			<help>extension of Argos data files to use when no FILE# keyword has been provided</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="METEOPATH_RECURSIVE" type="alternative">
			<option value="TRUE"/>
			<option value="FALSE"/>
			<help>when no METEOFILE# keyword has been defined, should all files under METEOPATH be searched recursively?</help>
		</parameter>
		<reference name="FILESGROUP"/>
		<parameter key="METAFILE" type="file" mode="input" optional="false">
			<help>an ini file that contains all the metadata, for each station that has to be read</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="WSL_HACK" type="alternative">
			<option value="TRUE"/>
			<option value="FALSE"/>
			<help>support reading multiple messages containing information for the same station (used by some WSL stations)? (default: false)</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="ARGOS_DEBUG" type="alternative">
			<option value="TRUE"/>
			<option value="FALSE"/>
			<help>should extra (ie very verbose) information be displayed?</help>
		</parameter>
	</parametergroup>
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	<!-- COSMO -->
	<parametergroup name="COSMO_IN">
		<parameter key="METEOPATH" type="path" optional="false">
			<help>Path to the data files; this path MUST exist, it won't be created</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="METEO_PREFIX" type="text">
			<help>Specify the prefix that stands ahead of the numerical date in the filenames. This is used for
				filtering which files to read when reading a whole directory but also in any case to help extract the date
				of the first timestep from the filename.</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="METEO_EXT" type="text" default=".xml" size="small">
			<help>Specify the extension of the input files (default ".xml", specify "none" to get an empty string</help>
		</parameter>
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		<parameter key="METEOFILE" type="text">
			<help>Specify the XML file that contains the data (in &lt;code&gt;METEOPATH&lt;/code&gt;)</help>
		</parameter>
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		<parameter key="IMIS_STATIONS" type="alternative" default="FALSE">
			<option value="TRUE"/>
			<option value="FALSE"/>
			<help>Strip the provided station names of their number to fit the IMIS naming scheme with the COSMO-CH naming scheme</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="USE_MODEL_LOC" type="alternative" default="TRUE">
			<option value="TRUE"/>
			<option value="FALSE"/>
			<help>If set to false, the true station location (lat, lon, altitude) is used. Otherwise, it uses the model location (default)</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="XML_ENCODING" type="alternative">
			<option value="UTF-8"/>
			<option value="UTF-16-LE"/>
			<option value="UTF-16-BE"/>
			<option value="UCS-4-LE"/>
			<option value="UCS-4-BE"/>
			<option value="UCS-4-2143"/>
			<option value="UCS-4-3412"/>
			<option value="UCS-2"/>
			<option value="EBCDIC"/>
			<option value="ISO-8859-1"/>
			<option value="ISO-8859-2"/>
			<option value="ISO-8859-3"/>
			<option value="ISO-8859-4"/>
			<option value="ISO-8859-5"/>
			<option value="ISO-8859-6"/>
			<option value="ISO-8859-7"/>
			<option value="ISO-8859-8"/>
			<option value="ISO-8859-9"/>
			<option value="ISO-2022-JP"/>
			<option value="SHIFT-JIS"/>
			<option value="EUC-JP"/>
			<option value="ASCII"/>
			<help>Force the input file encoding, overriding the file's own encoding declaration</help>
		</parameter>
		<reference name="STATIONGROUP_NAMES"/>
	</parametergroup>

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	<!-- CSV -->
	<parametergroup name="CSV_IN">
		<parameter key="METEOPATH" type="path" optional="false">
			<help>Path to the csv files; this path must exist, it won't be created</help>
		</parameter>
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		<parameter key="METEOPATH_RECURSIVE" type="alternative">
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			<option value="TRUE"/>
			<option value="FALSE"/>
			<help>If set to true, &lt;code&gt;METEOPATH&lt;/code&gt; will be search recursively for data files</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="CSV_FILE_EXTENSION" type="text" default=".csv" size="small">
			<help>When scanning a directory for all csv files, which extension to consider (only used when no &lt;code&gt;STATION&lt;/code&gt; key is defined)</help>
		</parameter>
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		<parameter key="CSV_SILENT_ERRORS" type="alternative">
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			<option value="TRUE"/>
			<option value="FALSE"/>
			<help>If set to true, lines that can not be read are silently ignored (has priority over &lt;code&gt;CSV_ERRORS_TO_NODATA&lt;/code&gt;)</help>
		</parameter>
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		<parameter key="CSV_ERRORS_TO_NODATA" type="alternative">
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			<option value="TRUE"/>
			<option value="FALSE"/>
			<help>If set to true, fields that can not be parsed are assigned &lt;code&gt;nodata&lt;/code&gt;</help>
		</parameter>
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		<parameter key="CSV_DELIMITER" type="text" default="," size="small">
			<help>Field delimiter character</help>
		</parameter>
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		<parameter key="CSV_NODATA" type="text">
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			<help>A value that should be interpreted as &lt;code&gt;nodata&lt;/code&gt;</help>
		</parameter>
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		<parameter key="CSV_DEQUOTE" type="alternative">
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			<option value="TRUE"/>
			<option value="FALSE"/>
			<help>if set to true, all single and double quotes will be purged from each line before parsing</help>
		</parameter>
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		<frame caption="Header handling" color="#c4c4c4">
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			<parameter key="CSV_NR_HEADERS" type="number" format="integer+" default="1" notoggle="true">
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				<help>Number of header lines</help>
			</parameter>
			<parameter key="CSV_HEADER_DELIMITER" type="text" default="" size="small">
				<help>different field delimiter to use in header lines</help>
			</parameter>
			<parameter key="CSV_HEADER_REPEAT_MK" type="text" size="large">
				<help>A string that is used to signal another copy of the headers mixed with the data in the file (the matching is done anywhere in the line)</help>
			</parameter>
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				<help>Header line providing the measurements units</help>
			</parameter>
			<parameter key="CSV_UNITS_OFFSET" type="text" size="large">
				<help>Offset to add to each value in order to convert it to SI, such as &lt;code&gt;0 0 273.15&lt;/code&gt;</help>
			</parameter>
			<parameter key="CSV_UNITS_MULTIPLIER" type="text" size="large">
				<help>Factor to multiply each value by, in order to convert it to SI, such as &lt;code&gt;1 1 0.01&lt;/code&gt;</help>
			</parameter>
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		<frame caption="Fields parsing" color="#c4c4c4">
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				<help>header line number to interpret as columns headers</help>
			</parameter>
			<parameter key="CSV_FIELDS" type="text" size="large">
				<help>Provide a column header (if none is present or to overwrite it) such as &lt;code&gt;DATE TIME TA&lt;/code&gt;</help>
			</parameter>
			<parameter key="CSV_SKIP_FIELDS" type="text" size="large">
				<help>A space-delimited list of field to skip (first field is numbered 1). Keep in mind that when using parameters such as &lt;code&gt;UNITS_OFFSET&lt;/code&gt;, the skipped field MUST be taken into consideration (since even if a field is skipped, it is still present in the file!)</help>
			</parameter>
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				<help>if the parameter is identified by {PARAM}, this sets the column number in which the parameter is found</help>
			</parameter>
		</frame>
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		<frame caption="Date/Time handling" color="#c4c4c4">
			<parameter key="CSV_TIMESTAMP" type="alternative" optional="false">
				<option value="COMBINED">
					<parameter key="CSV_DATETIME_SPEC" type="text" optional="false">
						<help>Mixed date and time format specification, such as &lt;code&gt;YYYY-MM-DDTHH24:MI:SS&lt;/code&gt;</help>
					</parameter>
				</option>
				<option value="SPLIT">
					<parameter key="CSV_DATE_SPEC" type="text" optional="false">
						<help>Date format specification, such as &lt;code&gt;YYYY-MM-DD&lt;/code&gt;</help>
					</parameter>
					<parameter key="CSV_TIME_SPEC" type="text" optional="false">
						<help>Time format specification, such as &lt;code&gt;HH24:MI:SS&lt;/code&gt;</help>
					</parameter>
				</option>
				<help>How is time represented: a filed combines date and time or these are split into two fields?</help>
			</parameter>
		</frame>
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		<frame caption="Metadata" color="#c4c4c4">
			<parameter key="CSV_NAME" type="text">
				<help>The station name to use (if provided, has priority over the special headers)</help>
			</parameter>
			<parameter key="CSV_ID" type="text">
				<help>The station name to use (if provided, has priority over the special headers)</help>
			</parameter>
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			<parameter key="POSITION" type="text">
				<help>Coordinates are given as lat/lon/alt or easting/northing/alt such as &lt;code&gt;latlon (46.75; 9.80; 2200)&lt;/code&gt; or &lt;code&gt;xy (198754, 723458, 2200)&lt;/code&gt;</help>
			</parameter>
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			<parameter key="CSV_SPECIAL_HEADERS" type="text">
				<help>Description of how to extract more metadata out of the headers, such as &lt;code&gt;name:1:3 id:2:5 lat:3:2 lon:3:4 alt:3:6&lt;/code&gt;</help>
			</parameter>
			<parameter key="CSV_FILENAME_SPEC" type="text">
				<help>Pattern to parse the filename and extract metadata out of it, such as &lt;code&gt;{ID}_{NAME}-{SKIP}_-_{PARAM}&lt;/code&gt;</help>
			</parameter>
		</frame>
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		<parameter key="STATION#" type="grid" replicate="true"> <!-- a grid without raster positions aligns vertically -->
			<option>
				<parameter key="STATION#" type="text" optional="false">
					<help>Station ID for the given station number #</help>
				</parameter>
			</option>
			<option>
				<parameter key="POSITION#" type="text">
					<help>Coordinates are given as lat/lon/alt or easting/northing/alt such as &lt;code&gt;latlon (46.75; 9.80; 2200)&lt;/code&gt; or &lt;code&gt;xy (198754, 723458, 2200)&lt;/code&gt;</help>
				</parameter>
			</option>
			<option>
				<reference name="CSV_NUMBERED_STATION"/>
			</option>
			<help>Enter station ID and position for station number #</help>
		</parameter>
	</parametergroup>

	<parametergroup name="CSV_NUMBERED_STATION">
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		<parameter type="alternative">
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			<option value="Show station specific settings">
				<parameter key="CSV#_DELIMITER" type="text" default="," size="small">
					<help>Field delimiter character</help>
				</parameter>
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					<help>A value that should be interpreted as &lt;code&gt;nodata&lt;/code&gt;</help>
				</parameter>
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					<option value="TRUE"/>
					<option value="FALSE"/>
					<help>if set to true, all single and double quotes will be purged from each line before parsing</help>
				</parameter>
				<frame caption="Header handling" color="#c4c4c4">
					<parameter key="CSV#_NR_HEADERS" type="number" format="integer+" min="0" default="1" notoggle="true">
						<help>Number of header lines</help>
					</parameter>
					<parameter key="CSV#_HEADER_DELIMITER" type="text" default="" size="small">
						<help>different field delimiter to use in header lines</help>
					</parameter>
					<parameter key="CSV#_HEADER_REPEAT_MK" type="text" size="large">
						<help>A string that is used to signal another copy of the headers mixed with the data in the file (the matching is done anywhere in the line)</help>
					</parameter>
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						<help>Header line providing the measurements units</help>
					</parameter>
					<parameter key="CSV#_UNITS_OFFSET" type="text" size="large">
						<help>Offset to add to each value in order to convert it to SI, such as &lt;code&gt;0 0 273.15&lt;/code&gt;</help>
					</parameter>
					<parameter key="CSV#_UNITS_MULTIPLIER" type="text" size="large">
						<help>Factor to multiply each value by, in order to convert it to SI, such as &lt;code&gt;1 1 0.01&lt;/code&gt;</help>
					</parameter>
				</frame>
				<frame caption="Fields parsing" color="#c4c4c4">
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						<help>header line number to interpret as columns headers</help>
					</parameter>
					<parameter key="CSV#_FIELDS" type="text" size="large">
						<help>Provide a column header (if none is present or to overwrite it) such as &lt;code&gt;DATE TIME TA&lt;/code&gt;</help>
					</parameter>
					<parameter key="CSV#_SKIP_FIELDS" type="text" size="large">
						<help>A space-delimited list of field to skip (first field is numbered 1). Keep in mind that when using parameters such as &lt;code&gt;UNITS_OFFSET&lt;/code&gt;, the skipped field MUST be taken into consideration (since even if a field is skipped, it is still present in the file!)</help>
					</parameter>
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						<help>if the parameter is identified by {PARAM}, this sets the column number in which the parameter is found</help>
					</parameter>
				</frame>
				<frame caption="Date/Time handling" color="#c4c4c4">
					<parameter key="CSV#_TIMESTAMP" type="alternative">
						<option value="COMBINED">
							<parameter key="CSV#_DATETIME_SPEC" type="text">
								<help>Mixed date and time format specification, such as &lt;code&gt;YYYY-MM-DDTHH24:MI:SS&lt;/code&gt;</help>
							</parameter>
						</option>
						<option value="SPLIT">
							<parameter key="CSV#_DATE_SPEC" type="text">
								<help>Date format specification, such as &lt;code&gt;YYYY-MM-DD&lt;/code&gt;</help>
							</parameter>
							<parameter key="CSV#_TIME_SPEC" type="text">
								<help>Time format specification, such as &lt;code&gt;HH24:MI:SS&lt;/code&gt;</help>
							</parameter>
						</option>
						<help>How is time represented: a filed combines date and time or these are split into two fields?</help>
					</parameter>
				</frame>
				<frame caption="Metadata" color="#c4c4c4">
					<parameter key="CSV#_NAME" type="text">
						<help>The station name to use (if provided, has priority over the special headers)</help>
					</parameter>
					<parameter key="CSV#_ID" type="text">
						<help>The station name to use (if provided, has priority over the special headers)</help>
					</parameter>
					<parameter key="CSV#_SPECIAL_HEADERS" type="text">
						<help>Description of how to extract more metadata out of the headers, such as &lt;code&gt;name:1:3 id:2:5 lat:3:2 lon:3:4 alt:3:6&lt;/code&gt;</help>
					</parameter>
					<parameter key="CSV#_FILENAME_SPEC" type="text">
						<help>Pattern to parse the filename and extract metadata out of it, such as &lt;code&gt;{ID}_{NAME}-{SKIP}_-_{PARAM}&lt;/code&gt;</help>
					</parameter>
				</frame>
			</option>
			<option value="Hide station specific settings" default="true"/>
			<help>If you have given station numbers you can set most of the keys from above individually for each station. If not set, the global value will be used.</help>
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	<!-- DBO -->
	<parametergroup name="DBO_IN">
		<parameter key="DBO_URL" type="text" optional="false">
			<help>RESTful service URL (e.g.http://developwis.wsl.ch:8730)</help>
		</parameter>
		<reference name="STATIONGROUP_NAMES"/>
		<parameter key="DBO_TIMEOUT" type="number" format="integer+" default="60" optional="false">
			<help>timeout (in seconds) for the connection to the server</help>
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			<option value="TRUE"/>
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	<!-- GEOTOP -->
	<parametergroup name="GEOTOP_IN">
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		<parameter key="METEOPREFIX" type="text">
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	<!-- GOES -->
	<parametergroup name="GOES_IN">
		<parameter key="METEOPATH" type="path" optional="false">
			<help>directory where to read the data files from</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="GOES_EXT" type="text" size="small">
			<help>extension of Goes data files to use when no FILE# keyword has been provided</help>
		</parameter>
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			<help>when no METEOFILE# keyword has been defined, should all files under METEOPATH be searched recursively?</help>
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			<help>an ini file that contains all the metadata, for each station that has to be read</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="GOES_NODATA" type="number" format="integer" default="-8190" optional="false">
			<help>value used to represent nodata</help>
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			<option value="TRUE"/>
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			<help>should extra (ie very verbose) information be displayed?</help>
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		<parameter key="METEOEXT" type="text">
			<help>GRIB file extension, or none for no file extension (default: .grb)</help>
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		<parameter key="DBUSER" type="text" optional="false">
			<help>Database user name</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="DBPASS" type="text" optional="false">
			<help>Database password associated with the user name</help>
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			<help>if set to true, the SNOWPACK simulated Snow Water Equivalent from the database will be used to compute PSUM. Data gaps greater than 3 hours on SWE will lead to unchanged hnw while all data that can properly be computed will overwrite hnw. (default=false)</help>
		</parameter>
	</parametergroup>

	<!-- NETCDF -->
	<parametergroup name="NETCDF_IN">
		<parameter key="METEOPATH" type="path" optional="false">
			<help>Path to the data files</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="NC_EXT" type="text" default=".nc" size="small">
			<help>NetCDF file extension (for example: .nc)</help>
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		<parameter key="NETCDF_SCHEMA" type="alternative" default="CF-1.6">
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			<help>Data schema to use (i. e. mostly variables and dimensions naming)</help>
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			</parameter>
			<reference name="METEOGRIDS"/>
			<help>remap the names as found in the NetCDF file to the MeteoIO grid parameters</help>
		</parameter>
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			<reference name="METEOGRIDS"/>
			<help>remap the names as found in the NetCDF file to the MeteoIO grid parameters</help>
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			<option value="FALSE"/>
			<help>print some low level details about the file being read</help>
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			<help>Path to the data files</help>
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	<!-- PSQL -->
	<parametergroup name="PSQL_IN">
		<parameter key="PSQL_URL" type="text" optional="false">
			<help>Database URL</help>
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			<help>Database port to use for connection</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="PSQL_DB" type="text" optional="false">
			<help>Database name</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="PSQL_USER" type="text" optional="false"/>
		<parameter key="PSQL_PASS" type="text" optional="false"/>
		<parameter key="SQL_META" type="text" optional="false">
			<help>Query to retrieve the metadata. For example, &lt;code&gt;SELECT id, station_name AS name, x_coord AS x, y_coord AS y, z AS altitude, epsg from all_stations WHERE id IN&lt;/code&gt;
			</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="SQL_DATA" type="text" optional="false">
			<help>Query to retrieve the data. For example, &lt;code&gt;SELECT * FROM all_measurements WHERE id = ''STATIONID'' AND date&gt;=''DATE_START'' AND date&lt;=''DATE_END'' ORDER BY date&lt;/code&gt;
			</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="STATIONS" type="text" optional="false">
			<help>Comma-separated list of station IDs to use</help>
		</parameter>
	</parametergroup>

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			<help>Database host name, as provided by your database administrator</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="SASE_DB" type="text" optional="false">
			<help>Database name, as provided by your database administrator</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="SASE_USER" type="text" optional="false">
			<help>Database user name</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="SASE_PASS" type="string" optional="false">
			<help>Database password associated with the user name</help>
		</parameter>
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	<parametergroup name="SMET_IN">
		<parameter key="METEOPATH" type="path" optional="false">
			<help>Directory of your SMET data files</help>
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	</parametergroup>
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	<parametergroup name="SNOWPACK_IN">
		<parameter key="METEOPATH" type="path" optional="false">
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		</parameter>
		<parameter key="NUMBER_MEAS_TEMPERATURES" type="number" format="integer" min="0" default="0" optional="false">
			<help>Number of measured snow temperatures that are provided</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="NUMBER_OF_SOLUTES" type="number" format="integer+" default="0" optional="false">
			<help>Number of solutes for which input data are provided</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="RSWR_INP" type="alternative" optional="FALSE">
			<option value="TRUE"/>
			<option value="FALSE"/>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="ISWR_INP" type="alternative" optional="FALSE">
			<option value="TRUE"/>
			<option value="FALSE"/>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="VW_DRIFT" type="alternative" default="FALSE">
			<option value="TRUE"/>
			<option value="FALSE"/>
			<help>OPTIONAL: wind velocity to use for blowing and drifting snow is provided</help>
		</parameter>
		<parameter key="RHO_HN" type="alternative" default="FALSE">
			<option value="TRUE"/>
			<option value="FALSE"/>
			<help>OPTIONAL: measured new snow density is provided</help>
		</parameter>
	</parametergroup>

</inishell_include>