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Changing political frameworks in addition to novel and more cost-effective means to investigate the subsurface have led to an increase in the availability of hydrological data. This wealth of data, however, poses new challenges in effectively making use of it. Traditional tools such as spreadsheets or proprietary datalogger software often do not scale easily with a larger amount of available datasets, requiring considerable user interaction. Also, comparing different locations and types of datadoi:10.1007/s12665-018-7469-4 fatcat:ntnn5cnrnfaedmzju2ilebfmry