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7. How Do I Save and Share a Project?

Last updated on 2022-05-04

Sharing Projects

To save and share projects you must first be logged in with your user account.

Projects are automatically saved as an “Untitled Project” once you select a model to run.

To share results and model outputs in Model My Watershed you can access them under “My Projects” which is one of the options in the drop-down menu under your username in the black bar at the top right of the screen. There is then the option to make your projects public and to share the URL with others. You can rename your projects in this “My Projects” screen.

All of the same options (Share, Make Public, Delete, Rename, or go to My Projects) in the “My Projects” screen are also available while working on individual projects by selecting the drop-down menu of the “Untitled Project” in the black bar at the top left of the screen.

There is also an option to share your data on Hydroshare.

Downloading Data

Model My Watershed allows you to download your data in a spreadsheet but doesn’t currently allow you to export maps or images. You can click on “Download this data,” which provides a spreadsheet of all of the data in the tables at the left of the screen during your model runs.

Printing the screen and copy and pasting data from the screen are other current options.


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