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\appendix
\chapter{\label{appendixpingo}Hints for PINGO user}
Some {\CDO} operators have the same name as in PINGO but
the meaning is different.
The following table gives an overview of those operators.
\vspace{2mm}
\begin{tabular}[c]{|l||l|l|}
\hline
Operator name & {\CDO} & PINGO \\
\hline
\hline
min & Minimum of two fields & Time minimum \\
\hline
max & Maximum of two fields & Time maximum \\
\hline
daymean & Daily mean & Multi-year daily mean \\
\hline
daymin & Daily minimum & Multi-year daily minimum \\
\hline
daymax & Daily maximum & Multi-year daily maximum \\
\hline
monmean & Monthly mean & Multi-year monthly mean \\
\hline
monmin & Monthly minimum & Multi-year monthly minimum \\
\hline
monmax & Monthly maximum & Multi-year monthly maximum \\
\hline
seasmean & Seasonally mean & Multi-year seasonally mean \\
\hline
\end{tabular}
\vspace{2mm}
There are also some {\CDO} operators with the same functionality
as in PINGO but the name is different.
The following table gives an overview of those operators.
\vspace{2mm}
\begin{tabular}[c]{|l||l|l|}
\hline
& {\CDO} & PINGO \\
\hline
\hline
Maximum of two fields & max & max2 \\
\hline
Minimum of two fields & min & min2 \\
\hline
Field mean, min, max & fldmean, fldmin, fldmax & meanr minr, maxr\\
\hline
Time mean, min, max & timmean, timmin, timmax & mean, min, max \\
\hline
Daily mean, min, max & daymean, daymin, daymax & daymeans, daymins, daymaxs \\
\hline
Monthly mean, min, max & monmean, monmin, monmax & monmeans, monmins, monmaxs \\
\hline
Yearly mean, min, max & yearmean, yearmin, yearmax & yearmeans, yearmins, yearmaxs \\
\hline
Running mean & runmean & runmeans \\
\hline
Seasonally mean & seasmean & seasmeans \\
\hline
Multi-year daily mean & ydaymean & daymean \\
\hline
Multi-year monthly mean & ymonmean & monmean \\
\hline
Multi-year seasonally mean & yseasmean & seasmean \\
\hline
\end{tabular}
\vspace{2mm}
% \chapter{\label{appendixpingo}Hints for PINGO user}
%
% Some {\CDO} operators have the same name as in PINGO but
% the meaning is different.
% The following table gives an overview of those operators.
%
% \vspace{2mm}
% \begin{tabular}[c]{|l||l|l|}
% \hline
% Operator name & {\CDO} & PINGO \\
% \hline
% \hline
% min & Minimum of two fields & Time minimum \\
% \hline
% max & Maximum of two fields & Time maximum \\
% \hline
% daymean & Daily mean & Multi-year daily mean \\
% \hline
% daymin & Daily minimum & Multi-year daily minimum \\
% \hline
% daymax & Daily maximum & Multi-year daily maximum \\
% \hline
% monmean & Monthly mean & Multi-year monthly mean \\
% \hline
% monmin & Monthly minimum & Multi-year monthly minimum \\
% \hline
% monmax & Monthly maximum & Multi-year monthly maximum \\
% \hline
% seasmean & Seasonally mean & Multi-year seasonally mean \\
% \hline
% \end{tabular}
% \vspace{2mm}
%
% There are also some {\CDO} operators with the same functionality
% as in PINGO but the name is different.
% The following table gives an overview of those operators.
%
% \vspace{2mm}
% \begin{tabular}[c]{|l||l|l|}
% \hline
% & {\CDO} & PINGO \\
% \hline
% \hline
% Maximum of two fields & max & max2 \\
% \hline
% Minimum of two fields & min & min2 \\
% \hline
% Field mean, min, max & fldmean, fldmin, fldmax & meanr minr, maxr\\
% \hline
% Time mean, min, max & timmean, timmin, timmax & mean, min, max \\
% \hline
% Daily mean, min, max & daymean, daymin, daymax & daymeans, daymins, daymaxs \\
% \hline
% Monthly mean, min, max & monmean, monmin, monmax & monmeans, monmins, monmaxs \\
% \hline
% Yearly mean, min, max & yearmean, yearmin, yearmax & yearmeans, yearmins, yearmaxs \\
% \hline
% Running mean & runmean & runmeans \\
% \hline
% Seasonally mean & seasmean & seasmeans \\
% \hline
% Multi-year daily mean & ydaymean & daymean \\
% \hline
% Multi-year monthly mean & ymonmean & monmean \\
% \hline
% Multi-year seasonally mean & yseasmean & seasmean \\
% \hline
% \end{tabular}
% \vspace{2mm}
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\begin{flushright}
\large\bf{Climate Data Operators \\ Version 1.4.6 \\ September 2010}
\large\bf{Climate Data Operators \\ Version 1.4.7 \\ January 2011}
\end{flushright}
\vfill
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\end{picture}
\begin{flushright}
{\small{Climate Data Operators \\ Version 1.4.6 \\ September 2010}}
{\small{Climate Data Operators \\ Version 1.4.7 \\ January 2011}}
\end{flushright}
\vspace*{0mm}
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......@@ -35,10 +35,10 @@ FLOAT Temperature offset (
@EndParameter
@BeginExample
To compute the heat wave duration index of a time series of daily
maximum temperatures use:
@BeginVerbatim
cdo eca_hwdi txfile txnormfile ofile
@EndVerbatim
@EndExample
@C @BeginExample
@C To compute the heat wave duration index of a time series of daily
@C maximum temperatures use:
@C @BeginVerbatim
@C cdo eca_hwdi txfile txnormfile ofile
@C @EndVerbatim
@C @EndExample
@BeginModule
@NewPage
@Name = Importamsr
@Title = Import AMSR binary files
@Section = Import/Export
......
@BeginModule
@NewPage
@Name = Remap
@Title = SCRIP grid remapping
@Section = Interpolation
......
......@@ -91,7 +91,16 @@ Here is an example vct file with 19 hybrid model level:
2 4000.00000000000000000 0.00000000000000000
3 6046.10937500000000000 0.00033899326808751
4 8267.92968750000000000 0.00335718691349030
...
5 10609.51171875000000000 0.01307003945112228
6 12851.10156250000000000 0.03407714888453484
7 14698.50000000000000000 0.07064980268478394
8 15861.12890625000000000 0.12591671943664551
9 16116.23828125000000000 0.20119541883468628
10 15356.92187500000000000 0.29551959037780762
11 13621.46093750000000000 0.40540921688079834
12 11101.55859375000000000 0.52493220567703247
13 8127.14453125000000000 0.64610791206359863
14 5125.14062500000000000 0.75969839096069336
15 2549.96899414062500000 0.85643762350082397
16 783.19506835937500000 0.92874687910079956
17 0.00000000000000000 0.97298520803451538
......
@BeginModule
@NewPage
@Name = Wind
@Title = Wind transformation
@Section = Transformation
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......@@ -86,7 +86,7 @@ void *Ensstat(void *argument)
cdoOperatorAdd("ensvar", func_var, 0, NULL);
cdoOperatorAdd("ensstd", func_std, 0, NULL);
/* RQ */
cdoOperatorAdd("enspctl", func_pctl, 0, NULL);
cdoOperatorAdd("enspctl", func_pctl, 0, NULL);
/* QR */
/* >>> Cedrick Ansorge 18.10.2010 */
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