# Changes between Version 40 and Version 41 of EcomsUdg/RPackage/Functions

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Jun 6, 2013 10:59:33 AM (8 years ago)
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 v40 * dataset: A character string indicating the full URL path to the OPeNDAP dataset. Currently, the accepted values correspond to the System4 [https://www.meteo.unican.es/trac/meteo/wiki/SpecsEuporias/DataServer/Datasets  available datasets] at the SPECS-EUPORIAS THREDDS Data Server. * var: Variable code (see Details). * var: Variable code. This is the name of the variable either as coded in the dataset (as provided by the data inventory) or according to the identifier code in the dictionary if standard.vars = FALSE or TRUE respectively. * standard.vars: Logical. Default to TRUE. In this case, a dictionary must be available. * dictionary: Character string with the full path to the dictionary. This is used only when standard.vars = TRUE. In this case, by default (dictionary = NULL), the dictionary is automatically searched in the same directory as the dataset, as a file with the same name than the dataset and extension ''.dic''. The output returned by the function consists of a list with the following elements providing the necessary information for data representation and analysis: * VarName: Character string indicating the variable long name, as defined in the vocabulary (see Table above) * VarName: A character string indicating which is the variable returned. Same as value provided for argument var. * isStandard: Logical value indicating whether the variable returned is standard or not. Same as value provided for argument standard.vars * MemberData: This is a list of length ''n'', where ''n'' = number of members of the ensemble selected by the member argument. Each element of the dataset is a 2-D matrix of ''i'' rows x ''j'' columns, of ''i'' forecast times and ''j'' grid-points * LatLonCoords: A 2-D matrix of ''j'' rows (where ''j'' = number of grid points selected) and two columns corresponding to the latitude and longitude coordinates respectively.