“Mickey Mouse is, to me, a symbol of independence. He was a means to an end.” – Walt Disney Why is it that in hydrometry, specifically with regards to plotting rating curves, that the dependent variable (discharge) is commonly plotted on the abscissa (x axis) and the independent variable (stage) is plotted on the ordinate (y axis)? This practice is contrary to mathematical convention and is a real head-scratcher for anyone coming to hydrometry from other sciences. The convention of plotting discharge on the abscissa is not universal. In some regions of the world, stage is routinely plotted on the … Read More
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