Commit d2f0f328 authored by Uwe Schulzweida's avatar Uwe Schulzweida
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Docu update

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\large\bf{Climate Data Operators \\ Version 1.6.2 \\ November 2013}
\large\bf{Climate Data Operators \\ Version 1.6.3 \\ February 2014}
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{\small{Climate Data Operators \\ Version 1.6.2 \\ November 2013}}
{\small{Climate Data Operators \\ Version 1.6.3 \\ February 2014}}
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@BeginDescription
Let @file{ifile} be a time series of the daily minimum temperature TN, then the largest number of
consecutive days where TN < 0 @celsius is counted. Note that TN have to be given in units of Kelvin.
A further output variable is the number of frost periods of more than 5 days.
The date information of a timestep in @file{ofile} is the date of the last contributing timestep in @file{ifile}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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Let @file{ifile} be a time series of the daily maximum temperature TX, then the largest number of consecutive
days where TX > @math{T} is counted. The number T is an optional parameter with default @math{T} = 25@celsius.
Note that TN have to be given in units of Kelvin, whereas @math{T} have to be given in degrees Celsius.
A further output variable is the number of summer periods of more than 5 days.
The date information of a timestep in @file{ofile} is the date of the last contributing timestep in @file{ifile}.
@EndDescription
@EndModule
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......@@ -4327,9 +4327,11 @@ static char *EcaCfdHelp[] = {
"DESCRIPTION",
" Let ifile be a time series of the daily minimum temperature TN, then the largest number of",
" consecutive days where TN < 0 °C is counted. Note that TN have to be given in units of Kelvin.",
" A further output variable is the number of frost periods of more than 5 days.",
" The date information of a timestep in ofile is the date of the last contributing timestep in ifile.",
" The following variables are created: ",
" - consecutive_frost_days_index_per_time_period",
" - number_of_cfd_periods_with_more_than_5days_per_time_period",
NULL
};
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" Let ifile be a time series of the daily maximum temperature TX, then the largest number of consecutive",
" days where TX > T is counted. The number T is an optional parameter with default T = 25°C.",
" Note that TN have to be given in units of Kelvin, whereas T have to be given in degrees Celsius.",
" A further output variable is the number of summer periods of more than 5 days.",
" The date information of a timestep in ofile is the date of the last contributing timestep in ifile.",
" The following variables are created: ",
" - consecutive_summer_days_index_per_time_period",
" - number_of_csu_periods_with_more_than_5days_per_time_period",
"",
"PARAMETER",
" T FLOAT Temperature threshold (unit: °C; default: T = 25°C)",
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