Water – the elixir of life. A resource we cannot live without and yet nearly one and a half billion people do not have access to fresh water. It is clear the science of hydrology plays a major role in not only sustaining but improving our ever changing world. Water is a necessary part of our every day existence and therefore so is hydrology. The significance of the science of hydrology, combined with its closeness with other biosciences such as meteorology and geology, demand tools that are tailored to the interdisciplinary biosciences.

Why GenStat?

GenStat data analysis software is the only package kind to concentrate on the these sciences, with a vast range of statistical techniques to suit your needs. Our role is to support you in achieving your goals and as such promise to deliver yearly updates guided by your input along with an unparalleled level of support to assist in your research and analysis.

  • Analyse large, complex datasets easily and efficiently
  • Assist in defining factors that affect your research
  • Develop hydrological models
  • Discover patterns in vast sets of data
  • Graphically explore and present your data
  • Determine risk factors
  • Linear modelling for predictions
  • Multivariate analyses
  • Flood frequency analysis
  • Analyse data based on linear, generalized linear, mixed linear and hierarchical linear models.
  • Integration between hydrological and climatic data

With thousands of analyses, procedures and directives a single page isn’t nearly enough to show off GenStat. The following is but a small example of some of the possibilities; to gauge the full potential why not try GenStat for yourself?

  • Design experiments and hydro-monitoring systems
  • Anova to measure sensitivities such as ground flow
  • Hydrological regression using generalized least squares
  • Maximum likelihood modelling for constructing rating curves
  • Non-parametric tests to identify trends
  • REML facilities to obtain unbiased predictors
  • Model data using generalized linear modelling
  • Spatial analysis using kriging and cokriging

“To understand water is to understand the cosmos, the marvels of nature, and life itself. ” M. Emoto in “The Hidden Messages in Water”