Changes between Version 32 and Version 33 of WRF4GTutorial


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    152 == How to use WRF4G CLI ==
     152== How to use WRF4G's CLI ==
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    154154In order to master '''WRFG4''', we are going to explain some examples using [wiki:WRF4GCommandLineInterface WRF4G's CLI].
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    156 * You want to modify the features of your experiment that you created it before. The new experiment will have the same name and different features that the old experiment.
     1561. You want to modify the features of your experiment that you created it before. The new experiment will have the same name and different features that the old experiment.
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    158158#!sh
     
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    207 * The experiment '''test''' has finished with an error and you want to run the experiment again. What should you execute on shell?
     2072. The experiment '''test''' has finished with an error and you want to run the experiment again. What should you execute on shell?
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    218 * Imagine, you want to resubmit the chunk number '''1''' of the realization '''test'''. In this case, it is highly recommended that you use the option `--dry-run` of `wrf4g_submit` command before you submit your chunk. If you want to make sure you are submitting that chunk.
     2183. Imagine, you want to resubmit the chunk number '''1''' of the realization '''test'''. In this case, it is highly recommended that you use the option `--dry-run` of `wrf4g_submit` command before you submit your chunk. If you want to make sure you are submitting that chunk.
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    220220#!sh