Download ORGANON Files

ORGANON Model Edition 9.1 -- download the latest version of the growth and yield model, its manual, and example input data (installed 12/12/13).

The file is compressed with WINZIP, which can also be used to decompress the file. Make a temporary working directory for the model (such as C:\temp), and extract the files to it. It will unzip a self installing executable file. Simply run this file and follow the onscreen instructions. You do not need administrator privileges to install ORGANON.

ORGANON Manual -- download just the latest version of the program's manual.

This is a Word document, in a ZIP file. Use PKUNZIP or WinZip to decompress it to the subdirectory of your choice.

Dynamic Link Library (DLL) version of ORGANON 9.1 -- download the latest (12/12/13).

This ZIP file includes three three other ZIP files: one for the DLLs compiled using the Lahey/Fujitsu FORTRAN 95 calling conventions (the ZIP file is ORGDLL_lf95.DLL), the second for the DLLs compiled using the Microsoft Visual Basic calling convertions (the ZIP file is ORGDLL_msvb), the the third for the set of DLLs compiled using the Microsoft Visual C++ calling conventions (the ZIP file is ORGDLL_msvc). Each set of DLLs compiled with a particular calling convention share the same file names as the other set of DLLs compiled with different calling conventions so it is necessary to keep each set of DLLs in separate folders.

Each of the zipped files contain the DLLs, their libribaries, and their user manuals. One of the DLLs edits raw input data (ORGEDIT.DLL), another grows the edited data (ORGRUN.DLL), the third calculates ORGANON volumes (ORGVOL.DLL), and the fourth calculates ORGANON wood quality attributes (ORGWQ.DLL). The call statements in ORGEDIT.DLL and ORGRUN.DLL have been expanded from those used in ORGANON 8.4.

The DLLs are for use by competent programmers! Oregon State University provides no support for any applications built with this software! Program discrepancies in the DLLs will be addressed if documented and reported. This program requires manual installation and includes all documentation available for it.

Examples for calling the three ORGANON DLLs compiled with Lahey FORTRAN using the of option of making them compatible with calls from Lahey FORTRAN are included in the respective user manuals.

DLL source code for ORGANON 9.1 -- download the latest FORTRAN source code (1/15/13). This ZIP file includes four other ZIP files: one for the source code associated with ORGEDIT.DLL, the second for ORGRUN.DLL, the third for ORGVOL.DLL, and the fourth for ORGWQ.DLL. The DLL source code is for use by competent programmers! Oregon State University provides no support for any applications built with this source code!

Using the DLL in the R Statistical Package -- download the procedures for using the ORGANON DLLs in the R Statistical Package. These procedures were developed by Dr. Peter Gould of the Pacific Northwest Research Station, Olympia, WA and Dr. David Marshall of Weyerhaeuser Company. Questions or problems should be directed to Dr. Gould at pgould@fs.fed.us.

Example of DLL use in Excel.

Edition 8.4 example application built in Microsoft Excel calling all three of the ORGANON DLLs.

Example of DLL use in Access.

Edition 8.4 example application built in Microsoft Access calling ORGRUN DLL.

Tree Lists -- Sample tree list data for running ORGANON

These are compressed ZIP files, each containing a raw data file, and its corresponding .INP file.

File name Version Dominant
Species
Site
Index
Age SPA BA/Ac File Size Picture
TESTPLOT SWO DF 109 28 451.9 65.8 696 byte 22 K
OSU526 NWO DF 121 43 181.1 127.6 2484 byte 32 K

Age = Breast Height Age
Site = Site Index for the Dominant Species
SPA = Number of Stems Per Acre
BA/Ac = Basal Area Per Acre
Picture = A rendering of the plot created by The Visible Forest.

 

Additional ORGANON Input ( .INP ) Files:

Southwest Oregon Plot Data(532kb)

This ZIP file contains 512 Organon Input files appropriate for use with the SWO version of Organon Also included is a summary file (plotdesc.dat) which gives some overall characteristics of each plot in order to assist in the selection of an appropriate plot.


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Contact: david.hann@oregonstate.edu