To provide users with visual information on flood risk.
What it does
Normally flood risks are provided by texts in documents. We allow users to interact with a web map to figure out the spatial relation between flood hazards of different places.
How we built it
Making use of Python packages such as Folium for map making, and APIs provided by the agency (if available, e.g. Copernicus' CDS API).
Challenges we ran into
Data sources are so diverse and non-asynchronous. We have to generate data for the map features.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
Just a prototype of a small web solution that displays on browsers
What we learned
Various skills in organising the program, handling data, and coding.
What's next for EstuaRisk
Connecting the output of models to the map and allowing comparison between scenarios.
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