Commit aeb066d4 authored by Uwe Schulzweida's avatar Uwe Schulzweida
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Docu update

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2015-01-08 Uwe Schulzweida
* Version 1.6.8 released
2014-12-19 Uwe Schulzweida
* Seaspctl: changed timestat_date to mean
* Seaspctl: added support for env. TIMESTAT_DATE
* Seaspctl: added support for env. CDO_TIMESTAT_DATE
* Seasstat: changed timestat_date to mean
* Timpctl: changed timestat_date to mean
* Timpctl: added support for env. TIMESTAT_DATE
* Timpctl: added support for env. CDO_TIMESTAT_DATE
* Timstat: changed timestat_date to mean
2014-12-18 Uwe Schulzweida
* Timselpctl: changed timestat_date to mean
* Timselpctl: added support for env. TIMESTAT_DATE
* Timselpctl: added support for env. CDO_TIMESTAT_DATE
* Timselpctl: last output time step is written two times (bug fix)
* Timselstat: changed timestat_date to mean
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2014-12-15 Uwe Schulzweida
* Seasstat: added support for env. TIMESTAT_DATE
* Timselstat: added support for env. TIMESTAT_DATE
* Seasstat: added support for env. CDO_TIMESTAT_DATE
* Timselstat: added support for env. CDO_TIMESTAT_DATE
2014-12-14 Uwe Schulzweida
* Timstat: added support for env. TIMESTAT_DATE
* Timstat: added support for env. CDO_TIMESTAT_DATE
2014-12-13 Uwe Schulzweida
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CDO NEWS
--------
Version 1.6.8 (8 January 2015):
Changed modules:
* TimSTAT, Timpctl, TimselSTAT, Timselpctl, SeasSTAT, Seaspctl:
The output time stamp of all operators from the above modules
are change from the last to the middle contributing timestep.
Use the envirionment variable CDO_TIMESTAT_DATE=last to set
the outout time stamp to the last contributing timestep.
Version 1.6.7 (12 December 2014):
Fixed bugs:
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\end{picture}
\begin{flushright}
\large\bf{Climate Data Operators \\ Version 1.6.6 \\ November 2014}
\large\bf{Climate Data Operators \\ Version 1.6.8 \\ January 2015}
\end{flushright}
\vfill
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\end{picture}
\begin{flushright}
{\small{Climate Data Operators \\ Version 1.6.6 \\ November 2014}}
{\small{Climate Data Operators \\ Version 1.6.8 \\ January 2015}}
\end{flushright}
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......@@ -15,8 +15,7 @@ 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 date information of a timestep in @file{ofile} is the date of the
last contributing timestep in @file{ifile1}.
The time stamp in @file{ofile} is from the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile1}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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......@@ -11,8 +11,7 @@
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 date information of a timestep in @file{ofile} is the date of the last
contributing timestep in @file{ifile}.
The time stamp in @file{ofile} is from the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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......@@ -15,8 +15,7 @@ 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 date information of a timestep in @file{ofile} is the date of the
last contributing timestep in @file{ifile1}.
The time stamp in @file{ofile} is from the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile1}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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......@@ -11,8 +11,7 @@
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 date information of a timestep in @file{ofile} is the date of the last
contributing timestep in @file{ifile}.
The time stamp in @file{ofile} is from the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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......@@ -15,8 +15,7 @@ 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 date information of a timestep in @file{ofile} is the date of the
last contributing timestep in @file{ifile1}.
The time stamp in @file{ofile} is from the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile1}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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......@@ -11,8 +11,7 @@
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 date information of a timestep in @file{ofile} is the date of the last
contributing timestep in @file{ifile}.
The time stamp in @file{ofile} is from the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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@Title = Running percentile values
@Section = Statistical values
@Class = Statistic
@Arguments = ifile1 ofile
@Arguments = ifile ofile
@Operators = runpctl
@BeginDescription
This module computes running percentiles over a selected number of timesteps in @file{ifile1}.
The date information in @file{ofile} is the date of the timestep in the middle of the contributing timesteps in @file{ifile1}.
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}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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......@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@
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 date information in @file{ofile} is the date of the middle contributing timestep in @file{ifile}.
The time stamp in @file{ofile} is from the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
......@@ -185,7 +185,7 @@ INTEGER Number of timesteps
@BeginEnvironment
@Item = CDO_TIMESTAT_DATE
Sets the date information in ofile to the "first", "middle" or "last" contributing timestep in ifile.
Sets the time stamp in ofile to the "first", "middle" or "last" contributing timestep of ifile.
@EndEnvironment
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......@@ -9,16 +9,13 @@
@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 date information of a timestep in @file{ofile} is the date of the
last contributing timestep in @file{ifile1}. Be careful about the first
and the last output timestep , they may be incorrect values if the seasons
have incomplete timesteps.
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}.
Be careful about the first and the last output timestep , they may be incorrect values
if the seasons have incomplete timesteps.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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......@@ -11,10 +11,9 @@
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 date information of a timestep in @file{ofile} is the date of the last
contributing timestep in @file{ifile}. Be careful about the first and the last
output timestep , they may be incorrect values if the seasons have incomplete
timesteps.
The time stamp in @file{ofile} is from the middle contributing timestep 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
@EndModule
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......@@ -13,8 +13,7 @@ histograms with minimum and maximum bounds given in @file{ifile2} and @file{ifil
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{timmin} and @mod{timmax} operations, respectively.
The date information of a timestep in @file{ofile} is the date of the last contributing
timestep in @file{ifile1}.
The time stamp in @file{ofile} is from the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile1}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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......@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ The algorithm uses histograms with minimum and maximum bounds given in @file{ifi
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 date information of a timestep in @file{ofile} is the date of the last contributing timestep in @file{ifile}.
The time stamp in @file{ofile} is from the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile1}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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......@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@
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 date information of a timestep in @file{ofile} is the date of the last contributing timestep in @file{ifile}.
The time stamp in @file{ofile} is from the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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......@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@
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}.
The date information of a timestep in @file{ofile} is the date of the last contributing timestep in @file{ifile}.
The time stamp in @file{ofile} is from the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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......@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
@BeginDescription
This operator computes the yearly mean of a monthly time series.
Each month is weighted with the number of days per month.
The date information in @file{ofile} is the date of the middle contributing timestep in @file{ifile}.
The time stamp in @file{ofile} is from the middle contributing timestep of @file{ifile}.
@IfMan
For every adjacent sequence t_1, ...,t_n of timesteps of the same year it is
......@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ o(t,x) = \mbox{\bf mean}\{i(t',x), t_1 < t' \leq t_n\}
@BeginEnvironment
@Item = CDO_TIMESTAT_DATE
Sets the date information in ofile to the "first", "middle" or "last" contributing timestep in ifile.
Sets the date information in ofile to the "first", "middle" or "last" contributing timestep of ifile.
@EndEnvironment
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