Delft Dashboard is a standalone Matlab based graphical user interface aimed at supporting modellers in setting up new and existing models. A large number of coupled toolboxes allow Delft Dashboard for fast and easy model input generation. This Matlab environment is Deltares' playground for graphical user interface developments focusing on fast and easy model input generation. Delft Dashboard allows a model to be set-up in a matter of minutes for every location in the world. More information
Note: the source code is available via Open Earth Tools
RGFGRID is the grid generation module of Delft3D. Designed so that grids can be created and modified with minimum effort. All grid operations are incorporated in a graphical user interface, providing easy control of the grid generation process.
QUICKIN is a program for the generation, interpolation and manipulation of grid related data, such as bathymetry, initial conditions or parameter fields.
MUPPET is a Matlab based GUI and a standalone visualisation tool. Its strength lies in the possibility to generate session files to create figures automatically once the layout of the figure has been determined. It is also suitable to make animations with all kind of plot features. Available through the Open Earth Tools.
The post-processing program QUICKPLOT allows you to visualise and animate numerical results produced by Delft3D and several other software packages developed by Deltares (a.o. SOBEK and PHAROS).
QUICKPLOT is part of the Delft3D Open Source code.
Open Earth Tools
Open Earth Tools is a file-exchange platform that archives, hosts and disseminates high quality data, state-of-the-art model systems and well-tested tools for practical analysis in the field of marine, river and coastal engineering.
ORCA is a commercial MATLAB tool developed by Deltares that integrates the main aspects of analyzing metocean data. It handles data validation, determination of mean climates, extreme value analysis, sea state analysis and persistance statistics.
OpenDA is a set of tools to quickly implement data-assimilation and calibration for arbitrary numerical models. OpenDA wants to stimulate the use of data-assimilation and calibration by lowering the implementation costs and enhancing the exchange of software among researchers and end-users."