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Data on the harmonization of image velocimetry techniques, from seven different countries
datasetposted on 23.03.2020 by Matt Perks, S.F. (Silvano Fortunato) Dal Sasso, M. (Martin) Detert, A. (Alexandre) Hauet, E. (Elizabeth) Jamieson, J. (Jérôme) Le Coz, S. (Sophie) Pearce, S. (Salvador) Peña-Haro, A. (Alonso) Pizarro, Dariia Strelnikova, Flavia Tauro, J. (James) Bomhof, S. (Salvatore) Grimaldi, A. (Alain) Goulet, B. (Borbála) Hortobágyi, M. (Magali) Jodeau, S. (Sabine) Käfer, R. (Robert) Ljubičić, I. (Ian) Maddock, P. (Peter) Mayr, G. (Gernot) Paulus, L. (Lionel) Pénard, L. (Leigh) Sinclair, U. (Urs) Vogel, S. (Salvatore) Manfreda
Datasets usually provide raw data for analysis. This raw data often comes in spreadsheet form, but can be any collection of data, on which analysis can be performed.
Here, we present a range of datasets that have been compiled from across seven countries in order to facilitate image velocimetry inter-comparison studies. These data have been independently produced for the primarily purposes of: (i) enhancing our understanding of open-channel flows in diverse flow regimes; and (ii) testing specific image velocimetry techniques. These datasets have been acquired across a range of hydro-geomorphic settings, using a diverse range of cameras, encoding software, controller units, and with river velocity measurements generated as a result of differing image pre-processing and image processing software.