ModelMate - A Graphical User Interface (GUI) for Model Analysis
Entry ID: USGS_ModelMate
Abstract: ModelMate is a graphical user interface designed to facilitate use of model-analysis programs with models. This initial version of ModelMate supports one model-analysis program, UCODE_2005, and one model software program, MODFLOW-2005. ModelMate can be used to prepare input files for UCODE_2005, run UCODE_2005, and display analysis results. A link to the GW_Chart graphing program facilitates ... visual interpretation of results. ModelMate includes capabilities for organizing directories used with the parallel-processing capabilities of UCODE_2005 and for maintaining files in those directories to be identical to a set of files in a master directory. ModelMate can be used on its own or in conjunction with ModelMuse, a graphical user interface for MODFLOW-2005 and PHAST.
[Summary provided by the USGS.]
Access Constraints None
Use Constraints Source code may be obtained from the author:
Edward (Ned) Banta
However, the USGS cannot provide assistance for versions of ModelMate other than the one provided for download on the USGS water-software web page (http://water.usgs.gov/software/).
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