Opened 8 years ago

Closed 7 years ago

#890 closed support (fixed)

A better description of DAr aggregation

Reported by: matteo.defelice@… Owned by:
Priority: major Milestone:
Component: UserDataGateway Keywords: aggregation


In the wiki DAr is described as: "accumulated since the initialization time –runtime" and for this reason I expected to find a monotone time-series starting at the Initialization date but instead I've found something like a daily accumulated field. Example:

data_prec = loadECOMS(dataset = "System4_seasonal_15", var = 'tp', members = 1:15,

lonLim = 10, latLim = 40, season = 6:8,
years = 2010, leadMonth = 1)


[1] 10.62011719 15.19775391 5.12695312 0.01525879 0.00000000 0.00000000
[7] 0.03051758 0.03051758 3.57055664 8.14819336

So what's the difference between DAr and DA?

Change History (2)

comment:1 Changed 8 years ago by juaco

Dear Mateo,

Please note that you are asking for the standard variable "tp", which is defined as a 24-h accumulated value (mm) in the vocabulary. The variable is accumulated since the initialization time in the original model database, but the R interface is transforming the original variable to the standard one.

I have introduced changes in the wiki page describing the variables to better clarify this point.

Hope this helps


comment:2 Changed 7 years ago by juaco

  • Resolution set to fixed
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