The DHI MATLAB Toolbox provides a number of tools and examples for working with DHI related data files. The DHI MATLAB Toolbox supports MIKE by DHI version 2011, 2012 and 2014.
WHY A MATLAB TOOLBOX?
The DHI MATLAB Toolbox provides a compact high-level technical programming/scripting language, which allows swift handling of time series data, analysis, visualisation and presentation. The MATLAB environment is very much hands-on and can be used without special programming skills for custom analysis of results from numerical models.
NEWS IN RELEASE 2014
In MIKE by DHI Release 2014, the MATLAB Toolbox has been updated with new functionality. Existing users upgrading to Release 2014 should also get the latest version of the DHI MATLAB Toolbox. It only requires that MIKE SDK (Software Development Kit) is installed. There is no need to install the full MIKE Zero (>1 GB download), just install the MIKE SDK (~50 MB). The MIKE SDK does not require any licence. The updated version of the toolbox supports reading of network results, such as results from MIKE 11, MIKE 1D or MIKE URBAN/MOUSE. This includes files with extensions .res11, .res1d, .prf, .xrf, .trf, .crf. This requires that MIKE Zero with MIKE 11 or MIKE URBAN is installed.