Thursday, March 19, 2015

GEOframe-NewAGE essentials

Also JGrass-NewAGE posts have grown too much. So where to start, when you want to know something about this system ? 

A good reading is for sure, the history of JGrass-NewAGE.  The second step is giving a look to the papers at in the three references here following their order.

JGrass-NewAGE was recently renamed GEOframe-NewAGE when the Jgrasstools were renamed Horton Machine because we were tired of people by the GRASS community to complain about the use of the GRASS name.

Finally browsing the rest of the posts, and the rest of references you find would complete the task.
For the documentation of software modules (which includes test file), please also refer to the GEOframe blog.

However, the most comprehensive treatment of the system is now the material on the Winter School 2020 (GWS2020) that you can find here.  You can instad find the material of the  GWS2019 here. It includes lectures, videos, Jupyter exercises, literature papers.

Codes can be found at the GEOframe repository.
NewAGE users can send inquiries at
NewAGE developers discussions happen at


1 - Formetta G., Antonello A., Franceschi S., David O., and Rigon R., Hydrological modelling with components: A GIS-based open-source framework, Environmental Modelling & Software, 5 (2014), 190-200

2 - Formetta, G.; Mantilla, R.; Franceschi, S., Antonello A., Rigon R., The JGrass- NewAge system for forecasting and managing the hydrological budgets at the basin scale: models of flow generation and propagation/routing, Geoscientific Model Development Volume: 4 Issue: 4 Pages: 943-955, DOI: 10.5194/gmd-4- 943-201, 2011 

3 - Bancheri, M., A flexible approach to the extimation of water budgets and its connection to the travel time theory, Ph.S. Dissertation, 2017

All the other publications can be found here.

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