Major Features of the RiskChanges SDSS are:
Analyze the risk for multiple natural and man made hazards and their interactions
Analyze the risk for multiple asset types with varying spatial characteristics
Access a database of physical vulnerability curves and share your own ones
Different users provide input data to the same project
Compare current risk with future scenarios and planning alternatives
Spatially analyze risk using a web-based map interface
You can simply use the GUI of RiskChanges SDSS by creating an organization and project.
You will need to register in the system to use it. After registration you can create organization and project in which you can work on.Register and Start
After Registration you can upload the data from your PC or bring it from Geonode and start calculating the natural hazard risk right away.How to Calculate
Read the documentation on how the calculation are done behind the code and how to use the system to calculate the multi-hazard risk.Read the docs
You can simply use the core of RiskChanges SDSS python library and customize the computation as you require.
You can download the RiskChanges core computation code and test notebooks and give it a try yourself.Download Code
You can download and install the RiskChanges Library in your python enviroment and start using it for your project.How to Install
Read the documentation on how the calculation are done behind the code and how to use the code effectively.Read the docs
This small application, for a hypothetical study area, allows you to view the results of loss estimations for three types of hazards (floods, debris flows and landslides), four frequencies (20 to 200 years Return Period), and for different scenarios (related to climate change and land use change) and risk reduction alternatives. Make your own selection and see how the risk pattern changes.
We appreciate your input of any kind such as financial, technical, educational or just by reporting bugs. you can communicate and support our initiative by posting youc comments and questions. Join us for further discussion in discord.
The RiskChanges system is still under development, and it is likely that you may encounter problems when using it. We appreciate your comments, suggestions, or reporting of bugs. Join us for further discussion in the software tool Discord. You can also connect with us via Social Media or just by sending an email.Email