IHOD

IHOD (Itasca Hydrologic Observation Dataviewer) was developed by Itasca specifically for groundwater data management. IHOD is a customizable QGIS plugin that merges high-level database input/output with tools for viewing hydrogeologic and geochemical data. It interacts directly with underlying databases to retrieve data and provide the user with intuitive access to those data in graphical and tabular formats that are readily integrated into the user's work flow.

QGIS is a free, open-source geographic information system (GIS) that provides a simple graphical platform to interact with a database management system. IHOD combines various tools that have been developed by Itasca using the Python scripting language and QGIS's extensive libraries to generate graphics, interact with database management systems, provide file input/output, and perform numerical and statistical analyses.

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  • Workshop: The “Big Five”: Numerical Modeling of Cave Mining This MassMin2020 workshop will review caveability, ground subsidence, infrastructure stability, fragmentation, and gravity flow associated...
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  • 2020 H. Bolton Seed Lecture: Open Issues about Soil Liquefaction Dr. Bruce L. Kutter delivered the 2020 H. Bolton Seed Lecture at Geo-Congress 2020 in...
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  • Webinar: Using Rigid Blocks in PFC This webinar will provide a brief overview of PFC modeling using convex rigid blocks, including...
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Upcoming Events
1 Dec
WEBINAR: What’s New in 3DEC Version 7
This webinar is for people who have used 3DEC before and are interested in the latest developments.... Read More
4 Dec
Analyses of Embankment Dams and Slopes Using FLAC
This hands-on, virtual training course is 16 hours total, spread over four days in a 1.5-week period, and covers the analysis of embank... Read More
8 Mar
FLAC3D Remote Introductory Training - Online!
Three days of general feature training addressing basic concepts and recommended procedures for geotechnical numerical analysis.... Read More