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GeoAdvice Model Comparator©

GeoAdvice Model Comparator© is an Excel macro application used to compare two models, and record all differences in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.  The comparison output is complete with easy-to-read formatting and a summary sheet containing an overview of the comparison results.  The differences recorded may then be sorted and filtered at the user’s convenience.  A model consists of many tables, or databases, containing all modeling information.  Using the Comparator Control Center, you can choose what database files and scenarios you would like the Model Comparator© to compare.

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Comparator Benefits:

  • Reduce the effort needed to review models
  • Enhance the accuracy of the models
  • Promote consistency between models
  • Enable the use of automated tool with minimal potential for modeling error
  • Enhance clarity in cases of potential modeling inaccuracy
  • Help avoid "GIS-Model collisions" that might occur when data from different sources are combined
  • Validate the model updated based on latest GIS
  • Increase model confidence in case of reuse of models after long duration of time


GeoAdvice Pipe Grouper©

GeoAdvice Pipe Grouper© is an Excel-based Visual Basic application used to create pipe groups, determine the number of pipes in each group, optimize the groups, and assign a group ID to each pipe. With the Pipe Grouper, you can select what parameters (material, age, diameter, etc.) to use when creating pipe groups, and specify what criteria to use when optimizing the groups for calibration and much more. You can then use the Pipe Grouper to determine the most common pipe types with which to perform C-factor tests. It runs on all modeling software data (H2OMAP, WaterCAD, EPANET, etc.).

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Pipe Grouper Benefits

  • Automatic pipe grouping process required for:
    • hydraulic calibration
    • water quality calibration
    • network design
    • etc.
  • Any pipe criteria such as material, land use, diameter, age, break, water quality data, etc.
  • Discrete or non discrete variable
  • Fast and efficient pipe grouping
  • Limit the number of variables
  • Improve calibration efficiency, quality and consistency
  • Rapid re-run for sensitivity analysis
  • Transfer the pipe group ID back into the model
  • Preparatory check on the pipe data for consistency and highlight probable anomalies
  • Determine the most common pipe type which can be used for C-factor tests