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9def0152
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9def0152
authored
Jan 20, 2017
by
Uwe Schulzweida
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Docu update.
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doc/tex/mod/Daypctl
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@BeginDescription
This operator computes percentiles over all timesteps of the same day in @file{ifile1}.
The algorithm uses histograms with minimum and maximum bounds given in
@file{ifile2} and @file{ifile3}, respectively. The default number of
histogram bins is 101. The default can be overridden by defining the
environment variable @env{CDO_PCTL_NBINS}. The files @file{ifile2} and
@file{ifile3} should be the result of corresponding @mod{daymin} and @mod{daymax}
operations, respectively.
The time stamp in @file{ofile} is from the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile1}.
The algorithm uses histograms with minimum and maximum bounds given in @file{ifile2} and
@file{ifile3}, respectively. The default number of histogram bins is 101.
The default can be overridden by defining the environment variable @env{CDO_PCTL_NBINS}.
The files @file{ifile2} and @file{ifile3} should be the result of corresponding @mod{daymin}
and @mod{daymax} operations, respectively.
The time of @file{ofile} is determined by the time in the middle of all contributing timesteps of @file{ifile1}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
:
o(t,x) = pth percentile {i(t',x), t_1<t'<=t_n}
@EndifMan
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doc/tex/mod/Daystat
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This module computes statistical values over timesteps of the same day.
Depending on the chosen operator the minimum, maximum, sum, average, variance
or standard deviation of timesteps of the same day is written to @file{ofile}.
The time
stamp in
@file{ofile} is
from
the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile}.
The time
of
@file{ofile} is
determined by the time in
the middle
of all
contributing timestep
s
of @file{ifile}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
:
o(t,x) = min{i(t',x), t_1<t'<=t_n}
@EndifMan
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
:
o(t,x) = max{i(t',x), t_1<t'<=t_n}
@EndifMan
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
:
o(t,x) = sum{i(t',x), t_1<t'<=t_n}
@EndifMan
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
:
o(t,x) = mean{i(t',x), t_1<t'<=t_n}
@EndifMan
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
:
o(t,x) = avg{i(t',x), t_1<t'<=t_n}
@EndifMan
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
:
o(t,x) = var{i(t',x), t_1<t'<=t_n}
@EndifMan
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
:
o(t,x) = var1{i(t',x), t_1<t'<=t_n}
@EndifMan
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
:
o(t,x) = std{i(t',x), t_1<t'<=t_n}
@EndifMan
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same day it is
:
o(t,x) = std1{i(t',x), t_1<t'<=t_n}
@EndifMan
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doc/tex/mod/Ensstat2
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ensrkhistspace computes a ranked histogram at each timestep reducing each
horizontal grid to a 1x1 grid and keeping the time axis as in @file{obsfile}.
Contrary ensrkhistspace computes a histogram at each grid point keeping the
horizontal grid for each variable and reducing the timeaxis. The time infor

mation
is that from the last timestep in @file{obsfile}.
horizontal grid for each variable and reducing the timeaxis. The time infor
mation
is that from the last timestep in @file{obsfile}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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doc/tex/mod/Hourpctl
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@BeginDescription
This operator computes percentiles over all timesteps of the same hour in @file{ifile1}.
The algorithm uses histograms with minimum and maximum bounds given in
@file{ifile2} and @file{ifile3}, respectively. The default number of
histogram bins is 101. The default can be overridden by setting the
environment variable @env{CDO_PCTL_NBINS} to a different value. The files
@file{ifile2} and @file{ifile3} should be the result of corresponding
@mod{hourmin} and @mod{hourmax} operations, respectively.
The time stamp in @file{ofile} is from the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile1}.
The algorithm uses histograms with minimum and maximum bounds given in @file{ifile2} and
@file{ifile3}, respectively. The default number of histogram bins is 101.
The default can be overridden by defining the environment variable @env{CDO_PCTL_NBINS}.
The files @file{ifile2} and @file{ifile3} should be the result of corresponding @mod{hourmin}
and @mod{hourmax} operations, respectively.
The time of @file{ofile} is determined by the time in the middle of all contributing timesteps of @file{ifile1}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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This module computes statistical values over timesteps of the same hour.
Depending on the chosen operator the minimum, maximum, sum, average, variance
or standard deviation of timesteps of the same hour is written to @file{ofile}.
The time
stamp in
@file{ofile} is
from
the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile}.
The time
of
@file{ofile} is
determined by the time in
the middle
of all
contributing timestep
s
of @file{ifile}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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doc/tex/mod/Monpctl
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@BeginDescription
This operator computes percentiles over all timesteps of the same month in @file{ifile1}.
The algorithm uses histograms with minimum and maximum bounds given in
@file{ifile2} and @file{ifile3}, respectively. The default number of
histogram bins is 101. The default can be overridden by setting the
environment variable @env{CDO_PCTL_NBINS} to a different value. The files
@file{ifile2} and @file{ifile3} should be the result of corresponding
@mod{monmin} and @mod{monmax} operations, respectively.
The time stamp in @file{ofile} is from the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile1}.
The algorithm uses histograms with minimum and maximum bounds given in @file{ifile2} and
@file{ifile3}, respectively. The default number of histogram bins is 101.
The default can be overridden by defining the environment variable @env{CDO_PCTL_NBINS}.
The files @file{ifile2} and @file{ifile3} should be the result of corresponding @mod{monmin}
and @mod{monmax} operations, respectively.
The time of @file{ofile} is determined by the time in the middle of all contributing timesteps of @file{ifile1}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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This module computes statistical values over timesteps of the same month.
Depending on the chosen operator the minimum, maximum, sum, average, variance
or standard deviation of timesteps of the same month is written to @file{ofile}.
The time
stamp in
@file{ofile} is
from
the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile}.
The time
of
@file{ofile} is
determined by the time in
the middle
of all
contributing timestep
s
of @file{ifile}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same month it is
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same month it is
:
o(t,x) = max{i(t',x), t_1<t'<=t_n}
@EndifMan
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same month it is
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same month it is
:
o(t,x) = sum{i(t',x), t_1<t'<=t_n}
@EndifMan
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same month it is
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same month it is
:
o(t,x) = mean{i(t',x), t_1<t'<=t_n}
@EndifMan
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same month it is
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same month it is
:
o(t,x) = avg{i(t',x), t_1<t'<=t_n}
@EndifMan
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same month it is
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same month it is
:
o(t,x) = var{i(t',x), t_1 < t' <= t_n}
@EndifMan
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same month it is
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same month it is
:
o(t,x) = var1{i(t',x), t_1 < t' <= t_n}
@EndifMan
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same month it is
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same month it is
:
o(t,x) = std{i(t',x), t_1 < t' <= t_n}
@EndifMan
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same month it is
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same month it is
:
o(t,x) = std1{i(t',x), t_1 < t' <= t_n}
@EndifMan
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doc/tex/mod/Runpctl
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@BeginDescription
This module computes running percentiles over a selected number of timesteps in @file{ifile}.
The time
stamp in
@file{ofile} is
from
the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile}.
The time
of
@file{ofile} is
determined by the time in
the middle
of all
contributing timestep
s
of @file{ifile}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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doc/tex/mod/Runstat
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This module computes running statistical values over a selected number of timesteps. Depending on
the chosen operator the minimum, maximum, sum, average, variance or standard deviation of a selected
number of consecutive timesteps read from @file{ifile} is written to @file{ofile}.
The time
stamp in
@file{ofile} is
from
the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile}.
The time
of
@file{ofile} is
determined by the time in
the middle
of all
contributing timestep
s
of @file{ifile}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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doc/tex/mod/Seaspctl
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@BeginDescription
This operator computes percentiles over all timesteps in @file{ifile1} of the same season.
The algorithm uses histograms with minimum and maximum bounds given in @file{ifile2} and @file{ifile3},
respectively. The default number of histogram bins is 101. The default can be overridden
by setting
the environment variable @env{CDO_PCTL_NBINS}
to a different value
. The files @file{ifile2} and
@file{ifile3}
should be the result of corresponding @mod{seasmin} and @mod{seasmax} operations, respectively.
The time
stamp in
@file{ofile} is
from
the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile1}.
respectively. The default number of histogram bins is 101. The default can be overridden
by defining
the environment variable @env{CDO_PCTL_NBINS}. The files @file{ifile2} and
@file{ifile3}
should be the result of corresponding @mod{seasmin} and @mod{seasmax} operations, respectively.
The time
of
@file{ofile} is
determined by the time in
the middle
of all
contributing timestep
s
of @file{ifile1}.
Be careful about the first and the last output timestep, they may be incorrect values
if the seasons have incomplete timesteps.
@EndDescription
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
:
o(t,x) = pth percentile {i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
\vspace*{1mm}
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of
the same season it is: \\
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same season it is: \\
\vspace*{1mm}
@BeginMath
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doc/tex/mod/Seasstat
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This module computes statistical values over timesteps of the same season.
Depending on the chosen operator the minimum, maximum, sum, average, variance
or standard deviation of timesteps of the same season is written to @file{ofile}.
The time
stamp in
@file{ofile} is
from
the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile}.
The time
of
@file{ofile} is
determined by the time in
the middle
of all
contributing timestep
s
of @file{ifile}.
Be careful about the first and the last output timestep, they may be incorrect values
if the seasons have incomplete timesteps.
@EndDescription
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
:
o(t,x) = min{i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of
the same season it is: \\
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same season it is: \\
@BeginMath
o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{min}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@EndMath
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
:
o(t,x) = max{i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of
the same season it is: \\
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same season it is: \\
@BeginMath
o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{max}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@EndMath
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@@ 63,13 +61,12 @@ o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{max}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
:
o(t,x) = sum{i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of
the same season it is: \\
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same season it is: \\
@BeginMath
o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{sum}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@EndMath
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@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
:
o(t,x) = mean{i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of
the same season it is: \\
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same season it is: \\
@BeginMath
o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{mean}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@EndMath
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@@ 103,13 +99,12 @@ o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{mean}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
:
o(t,x) = avg{i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of
the same season it is: \\
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same season it is: \\
@BeginMath
o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{avg}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@EndMath
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@@ 123,13 +118,12 @@ o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{avg}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@BeginDescription
@IfMan
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
:
o(t,x) = var{i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of
the same season it is: \\
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same season it is: \\
@BeginMath
o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{var}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@EndMath
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@@ 143,13 +137,12 @@ o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{var}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@BeginDescription
@IfMan
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
:
o(t,x) = var1{i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of
the same season it is: \\
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same season it is: \\
@BeginMath
o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{var1}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@EndMath
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@@ 163,13 +156,12 @@ o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{var1}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@BeginDescription
@IfMan
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
:
o(t,x) = std{i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of
the same season it is: \\
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same season it is: \\
@BeginMath
o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{std}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@EndMath
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@@ 183,13 +175,12 @@ o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{std}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@BeginDescription
@IfMan
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same season it is
:
o(t,x) = std1{i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of
the same season it is: \\
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same season it is: \\
@BeginMath
o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{std1}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@EndMath
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@BeginDescription
This operator computes percentiles over all timesteps in @file{ifile1}. The algorithm uses
histograms with minimum and maximum bounds given in @file{ifile2} and @file{ifile3}, respectively.
The default number of histogram bins is 101. The default can be overridden by
sett
ing the
environment variable @env{CDO_PCTL_NBINS}
to a different value
. The files @file{ifile2} and @file{ifile3}
should be
the result of corresponding @mod{timmin} and @mod{timmax} operations, respectively.
The time
stamp in
@file{ofile} is
from
the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile1}.
The default number of histogram bins is 101. The default can be overridden by
defin
ing the
environment variable @env{CDO_PCTL_NBINS}. The files @file{ifile2} and @file{ifile3}
should be
the result of corresponding @mod{timmin} and @mod{timmax} operations, respectively.
The time
of
@file{ofile} is
determined by the time in
the middle
of all
contributing timestep
s
of @file{ifile1}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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doc/tex/mod/Timselpctl
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respectively. The default number of histogram bins is 101. The default can be overridden by setting the
environment variable @env{CDO_PCTL_NBINS} to a different value. The files @file{ifile2} and @file{ifile3}
should be the result of corresponding @mod{timselmin} and @mod{timselmax} operations, respectively.
The time
stamp in
@file{ofile} is
from
the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile1}.
The time
of
@file{ofile} is
determined by the time in
the middle
of all
contributing timestep
s
of @file{ifile1}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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@@ 23,15 +23,13 @@ The time stamp in @file{ofile} is from the middle contributing timestep of @file
@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is
For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same selected time range it is:
o(t,x) = pth percentile {i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
\vspace*{1mm}
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is: \\
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same selected time range it is: \\
\vspace*{1mm}
@BeginMath
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This module computes statistical values for a selected number of timesteps. According to
the chosen operator the minimum, maximum, sum, average, variance or standard deviation of
the selected timesteps is written to @file{ofile}.
The time
stamp in
@file{ofile} is
from
the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile}.
The time
of
@file{ofile} is
determined by the time in
the middle
of all
contributing timestep
s
of @file{ifile}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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@@ 22,14 +22,12 @@ The time stamp in @file{ofile} is from the middle contributing timestep of @file
@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is
For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same selected time range it is:
o(t,x) = min{i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is: \\
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same selected time range it is: \\
@BeginMath
o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{min}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@EndMath
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@@ 44,14 +42,12 @@ o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{min}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is
For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same selected time range it is:
o(t,x) = max{i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is: \\
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same selected time range it is: \\
@BeginMath
o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{max}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@EndMath
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@@ 66,14 +62,12 @@ o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{max}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is
For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same selected time range it is:
o(t,x) = sum{i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is: \\
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same selected time range it is: \\
@BeginMath
o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{sum}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@EndMath
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@@ 88,14 +82,12 @@ o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{sum}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is
For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same selected time range it is:
o(t,x) = mean{i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is: \\
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same selected time range it is: \\
@BeginMath
o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{mean}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@EndMath
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@@ 110,14 +102,12 @@ o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{mean}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@BeginDescription
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is
For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same selected time range it is:
o(t,x) = avg{i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is: \\
For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same selected time range it is: \\
@BeginMath
o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{avg}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@EndMath
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@@ 132,14 +122,12 @@ o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{avg}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@BeginDescription
@IfMan
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same selected time range it is:
o(t,x) = var{i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is: \\
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same selected time range it is: \\
@BeginMath
o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{var}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@EndMath
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@@ 154,14 +142,12 @@ o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{var}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@BeginDescription
@IfMan
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same selected time range it is:
o(t,x) = var1{i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is: \\
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same selected time range it is: \\
@BeginMath
o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{var1}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@EndMath
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@@ 176,14 +162,12 @@ o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{var1}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@BeginDescription
@IfMan
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same selected time range it is:
o(t,x) = std{i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is: \\
Normalize by n. For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same selected time range it is: \\
@BeginMath
o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{std}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@EndMath
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@@ 198,14 +182,12 @@ o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{std}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@BeginDescription
@IfMan
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence t1, ...., tn of timesteps of the same selected time range it is:
o(t,x) = std1{i(t',x), t1 < t' <= tn}
@EndifMan
@IfDoc
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same
selected time range it is: \\
Normalize by (n1). For every adjacent sequence \begin{math}t_1, ...,t_n\end{math} of timesteps of the same selected time range it is: \\
@BeginMath
o(t,x) = \mbox{\textbf{std1}}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \le t_n\}
@EndMath
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This module computes statistical values over all timesteps in @file{ifile}. Depending on
the chosen operator the minimum, maximum, sum, average, variance or standard deviation of
all timesteps read from @file{ifile} is written to @file{ofile}.