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\subsubsection{Change FESOM1.4 output and output frequency}
\index{\model{FESOM1.4}\ output} The output and output frequency of \model{FESOM1.4}\ is controlled by a output scheduler written in C++ and uses a YAML configuration file. To change the default behaviour for the output, you can set this in your runscript and the esm-runscript functions will generate a YAML configuration file that can be read in by the outpput scheduler of \model{FESOM1.4}. \textbf{You have to set the output frequencies in your runscript explicitly for \textbf{all} possible variables or none at all. In the latter case, the default (see example in listing \ref{yaml_example}) will be taken.}
\index{\model{FESOM1.4}\ output} The output and output frequency of \model{FESOM1.4}\ is controlled by an output scheduler written in C++ and uses a YAML configuration file. To change the default behaviour for the output, you can set this in your runscript and the esm-runscript functions will generate a YAML configuration file that can be read in by the outpput scheduler of \model{FESOM1.4}. \textbf{You have to set the output frequencies in your runscript explicitly for \textbf{all} possible variables or none at all. In the latter case, the default (see example in listing \ref{yaml_example}) will be taken.}
To set a different output (other than the default), set the following variables in your runscript as described in the following.
\begin{description}
\item[fesom\_yaml\_number\_varlist=n] Number of different output frequencies. You have to set a list of variables that should be written to output in the same frequency. Set here the number of different output frequencies you have in the output. For each different nth frequency, set also the following variables:
\item[fesom\_yaml\_varlist\_n="var1,var2,var3"] A list of variables with output frequency n.
\item[fesom\_yaml\_unit\_n="\texttt{<value>}"] The unit of the n$^{th}$ output frequency. Replace \verb|<value>| with a value described in table \ref{tab:fesom14_output_units}.
\item[fesom\_yaml\_rate\_n="\texttt{<number>}"] The n$^{th}$ output frequency. Replace \verb|<number>| with a number of the output frequency (in the unit set by \verb|fesom_yaml_unit_n|).
\item[fesom\_yaml\_first\_n="\texttt{<number>}"] Number (in units of \verb|fesom_yaml_unit_n|) at which the first output for the n$^{th}$ output frequency should be written.
\item[fesom\_yaml\_number\_varlist=\texttt{<n>}] Number of different output frequencies. You have to set a list of variables that should be written to output in the same frequency. Set here the number of different output frequencies you have in the output. For each different n$^{th}$ frequency, set also the following variables:
\item[fesom\_yaml\_varlist\_\texttt{<n>}="\texttt{<var1>,<var2>,<var3>,...}"] A list of variables of the n$^{th}$ output frequency.
\item[fesom\_yaml\_unit\_\texttt{<n>}="\texttt{<value>}"] The unit of the n$^{th}$ output frequency. Replace \verb|<value>| with a value described in table \ref{tab:fesom14_output_units}.
\item[fesom\_yaml\_rate\_\texttt{<n>}="\texttt{<number>}"] The n$^{th}$ output frequency. Replace \verb|<number>| with a number of the output frequency (in the unit set by \verb|fesom_yaml_unit_<n>|).
\item[fesom\_yaml\_first\_\texttt{<n>}="\texttt{<number>}"] Number (in units of \verb|fesom_yaml_unit_<n>|) at which the first output for the n$^{th}$ output frequency should be written.
\end{description}
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