Open source GIS : N3 Nile-Goblet tool

Download the tool here :

you can download to tool here :
GOBLET
http://www.qlands.com/other_files/GOBLET-Setup.exe

The Nile Basin Tool
http://www.qlands.com/other_files/Nile-Setup.exe

this is version 7.12.2012


find here the database for the Nile
https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B_BdeBrudKuyM2JTZFFPTFA1dnM


Note that these links always provide you with the newest version of the program. If you have installed the Nile-Goblet tool previously, then please uninstall the Nile program, the Goblet program and erase the folder C:\ILRIBIN






Trainings and presentation

Internal CGIAR training (18 December)


Presentation
please download the tool and data from the 3 links above to your laptop








Amhara bureau of agriculture presentation (11 december 2012)

introduction ppt
corrected manual :


Material for the learning event (december 2012)

This version of the tool allows mapping microwatershed at 10m resolution (=0.000092 degrees)

data for Nile-Goblet tool
https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B_BdeBrudKuyM2JTZFFPTFA1dnM

data for the exercises in the manual


supplementary data



Up-dated manual



Watershed guidelines (Desta et al)
https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B_BdeBrudKuyZjlRVHhYNEN6NjQ
https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B_BdeBrudKuydlN6WHVzSGE2aXc



Material for the training (Addis and Gondar, November 2012) :

manual :

data for the training :

Introductory power point :

Additional software :
Grass: http://grass.osgeo.org/download/index.php
ArcGIS : get a free trial version
http://www.esri.com/landing-pages/software/Arcgis/arcgis101-trial








Objective:
  1. Participants understand the concept of integrated rainwater management and rainwater management strategies
  2. Participants understand the concept of suitability and feasibility maps
  3. Participant are able to map out rainwater management strategies of their choice with the Nile Goblet tool
  4. Participants are able to feed their own maps to the Nile tool
  5. Participants are able to organize a Nile training for their peers

Participants’ profile
This training is for participants who have already a background in GIS and know how to do simple manipulation in ArcGIS or another open source GIS program.
Participants of this training should be willing to organize a half day training on the Nile-Goblet tool for their peers within their organization.
Participants should bring their own laptops!
Dates
8-9 October in Addis for OARI and partners (Beshale Hotel or ILRI campus)
13-14 November in Gondar for ARARI and partners (Gondar University)
Costs
We will cover, transport, accommodation and lunch. Please ask for a per-diem from your organization.
Numbers of participants
OARI 7-8 participants (from outside Addis)
ERHA 1 participant
ARARI 7-8 participants (from outside Gondar)
Each partner can invite up to 4 participants for another organization with related interests.


Preliminary program
Day 1
8.30 introduction, knowing each other
9 Theory : rainwater management practice : suitability vs feasibility (Catherine)
10 coffee break
10.30 software installation, make your own suitability and feasibility maps
11.30 presentations of some of the suitability maps and discussion
12 lunch
13.30 Theory rainwater management strategies (Catherine)
15 break
15.30 make your own strategy map
16.30 presentations of some strategy maps and discussion
17.30 end of the day
During coffee break, lunch break, and evening installation of Arc GIS / Grass
Day 2
8.30 Theory : refresher GIS theory, points, polygon, raster + projection (Yenenesh)
9 Arc GIS (or Grass) exercise: project, project, read XY coordinate, simple interpolation, rasterize
11.30 discussion of the exercise
12 lunch
13.30 transform layers into Nile Tool and run the Nile tool with own data
15 break
15.30 Discussion around the tool
16 How to plan your own training (Catherine)
17 Closing the training
17.30 End of the day