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  1. I agree 100%. As you get more competent, you might not have to save after every task, but it is good to begin this way.
  2. There is not. However, while clicking out an arc, you can use the backspace button to delete the last vertex along the arc, and then the next, and so on. Good luck!
  3. There is an observational tutorial if you need more help. https://www.aquaveo.com/software/sms-learning-tutorials
  4. Sure there is. Use the observation coverage, draw an arc, go to to display>Plot Wizard, select observation profile, then select the arc and dataset you want to look at. https://xmswiki.com/wiki/SMS:Observation_Coverage
  5. Yes, instructions here: https://www.xmswiki.com/wiki/SMS:Export_Data_Workflow
  6. Possibly. Though, it depends on what type of simulation you are trying to do.
  7. As for an answer, You want it to slope down like that, so I don't really see anything wrong with it. Now I wonder why mine isn't working. Hmmm.
  8. I was under the impression they removed the residual plot. When I look at mine, it shows nothing. What version are you using?
  9. SRH has a turbulence model built into it to compute the eddy viscosity. You can't change much about it, but what you can change is here: Right-click on simulation, model control, then it is on the flow tab.
  10. Shows up on mine when I tried to "save as" a map coverage, scatter data, and annotation layer. What layer are you trying to save?
  11. Sure. Click out the river using the observation coverage. Plot it. You got the elevations and length, so you can determine slope.
  12. Sorry, hope I didn't mess you up. I forgot they changed it a few releases ago. My apologies.
  13. Yup. You can actually look at the results while the model is running.
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