Web application for meteorological data storage
Enhydris is a system for the storage and management of hydrological and meteorological time series. You can see it in action at http://openmeteo.org/.
The database is accessible through a web interface, which includes several data representation features such as tables, graphs and mapping capabilities. Data access is configurable to allow or to restrict user groups and/or privileged users to contribute or to download data. With these capabilities, Enhydris can be used either as a public repository of free data or as a private system for data storage. Time series can be downloaded in plain text format that can be directly loaded to Hydrognomon, a free tool for analysis and processing of meteorological time series.
Enhydris is written in Python/Django, and can be installed on every operating system on which Python runs, including GNU/Linux and Windows. It is free software, available under the GNU General Public License version 3 or any later version. It is being used by openmeteo.org, Hydrological Observatory of Athens, the Athens Water Supply Company, and WQ DREAMS.
For more information about Enhydris, read its documentation in the doc directory or live at readthedocs.
Installing a development instance
After creating a
virtualenv and installing prerequisites, execute
this in the top-level directory:
python enhydris/bin/enhydris-admin newinstance devinstance
Then, edit file devinstance/settings.py, and execute this:
python devinstance/manage.py runserver
Finally, point your browser at http://localhost:8000/.