BlueM.Wave v1.6.1 released

BlueM.Wave v1.6.1 has been released!


It’s been more than a year since the release of v1.6 and quite a few additions, changes and improvements have been made to BlueM.Wave.


New features and improvements

  • Added support for loading and saving Wave project files (*.wvp) (#705)
  • Added a button for displaying time series properties in a table view (#711)
  • Added the ability to load TALSIM simulation results using the clipboard (by pressing Ctrl+V) (#695)
  • Added an “AnnualStatistics” analysis function which calculates statistics such as min, max, avg and volume of a time series for each hydrological year
  • The “Comparison” analysis function now fits a simple linear regression line to the data (using the Math.NET Numerics library)
  • The analysis function “Histogram” now allows the user to specify the bins (#397). Also, the histogram result data is now written to the log.
  • The analysis function “MonthlyStatistics” now writes the result data to the log
  • Added a button for removing user-specified error values from series
  • Added a button for renaming series
  • Added a dropdown button for zooming to a specific series
  • Added support for exporting series to CSV format (#318)
  • Added support for importing files in the ZRXP format (*.zrx)
  • GoodnessOfFit” (GoF) analysis function:
    • Added “Logarithmic Nash-Sutcliffe Efficiency” as a new GoF parameter
    • The GoF parameters can now optionally be calculated for individual hydrological years
  • Added support for importing BW_TMP.DAT result files from HYDRO_AS-2D


  • Error values in time series such as e.g. -777 and -9999 are now imported and displayed as regular values. Previously, when importing from BIN and DWD-T-L format, these would be replaced with NaN. The new “Remove error values” function can be used to remove these error values, if desired. (#693)
  • Analysis “GoodnessOfFit“: Volume error is based on actual volume integrated over time if the time series unit ends with “/s”
  • Removed support for the DWD-T-L format
  • If a time series contains duplicate nodes, the duplicate nodes are now simply discarded and a warning is written to the log instead of aborting the import


  • The decimal mark selector in the import series dialog now actually works (#351)
  • Comparison” analysis function: changed the result series to a point series because a line series in TeeChart automatically sorts itself by the x-values and thus connects the points in the wrong order (not time-based)


Download the new version from our download page.

Feedback is welcome!

– The BlueM Dev Team