This page is provides an index to the Landlab Jupyter Notebooks.

If you are not certain where to start, consider either:

- the Landlab Syllabus if you are interested in teaching yourself Landlab
- the Landlab teaching notebooks if you are an educator looking for tutorials to use in the classroom.

- Introduction to Python and NumPy
*Learn about:*The very basics of Python.

- Introduction to Landlab: example model of fault-scarp degradation A short overview of some of the things Landlab can do.
- Where to get info about Landlab
- Introduction to the model grid object Grid topology; how landlab represents data; connectivity of grid elements.
- Introduction to Landlab data fields How Landlab stores spatial data on the grid; a little on naming conventions.
- Introduction to plotting output with Landlab The basics of plotting with Landlab; combining matplotlib and out plots; the all-powerful
`imshow_grid()`

function. - Introduction to using the Landlab component library The basics of working with and coupling components, using
*diffusion*,*stream power*, and a*storm generator*as examples. - Using the gradient and flux-divergence functions Landlab as solving environment for staggered grid finite difference differential approximations; functions available to help you do this.
- Mapping values from nodes to links Options for getting data on links to nodes, nodes to links, etc.; min, max, and mean; upwinding and downwinding schemes; one-to-one, one-to-many, and many-to-one mappings.
- Setting boundary conditions on Landlab grids (several tutorials): How Landlab conceptualises boundary conditions; various ways to interact and work with them.
- Reading DEMs into Landlab Getting an ARC ESRI ASCII into Landlab; getting the boundary conditions set right.
- How to write a Landlab component What makes up a Landlab Component Standard Interface; how to make one for your process model.

- Flow Direction and Accumulation
- Flexure
- OverlandFlow
- Coupled rainfall runoff model with OverlandFlow
- Diffusion, stream power, and the storm generator
- Ecohydrology (these components not yet updated for v2.0)
- Spatially variable lithology: Lithology and Litholayers
- NormalFault
- Flow distance utility
- TransportLengthHillslopeDiffuser
- Groundwater Hydrology
- NetworkSedimentTransporter

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