Changes between Version 74 and Version 75 of udg/ecoms/RPackage/examples

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 v74 == Basic loading examples == Basic loading and other data manipulation examples {{{#!comment The loadeR.ECOMS package has been built using a (Linux) 32-bit OS, as well as all examples and time estimates. Thus, the performance may vary significantly depending on the aforementioned factors. As a rule of thumb, this would be a recommended usage of the loadECOMS function: {{{#!comment * [wiki:./pointSelection EXAMPLE 1: Single Point Selections]: Objects in this case are relatively small because the longitude and latitude dimensions are dropped. As a result, it is possible to load all members (in the case of forecast datasets) for the whole time span (typically around 30 years) without memory problems. }}} * [wiki:./continentalSelection EXAMPLE 2: Regional-Continental Domain Selections]: Depending on the size of the spatial window, it may be possible to access all members, but preferably a few members should be selected, and time spans no longer than one decade. * [wiki:./continentalSelection EXAMPLE 1: Basic loading example: A Regional-Continental Domain Selection]: Depending on the size of the spatial window, it may be possible to access all members, but preferably a few members should be selected, and time spans no longer than one decade. {{{#!comment }}} * [./bias EXAMPLE 2: Calculating multi-member bias]: A worked example on how to compute the bias of several members of a forecast (CFS) against an observed reference (WFDEI), and on how to specify monthly aggregations of the original data. == Additional examples * [./drift EXAMPLE 3: Analysis of model drift]: A worked example on how to compute and visualize the model drift of a forecast system. * [./bias EXAMPLE 3: Calculating multi-member bias]: A worked example on how to compute the bias of several members of a forecast (CFS) against an observed reference (WFDEI), and on how to specify monthly aggregations of the original data. * [../biascorrection EXAMPLE 4: Bias correction and data export]: A worked example on how to perform bias correction on seasonal forecasting data and, additionally, exporting the results in netcdf format. * [./drift EXAMPLE 4: Analysis of model drift]: A worked example on how to compute and visualize the model drift of a forecast system. * [./verification EXAMPLE 5: forecast verification]: A worked example on seasonal forecast data loading and verification against observations. * [../biascorrection EXAMPLE 5: Bias correction and data export]: A worked example on how to perform bias correction on seasonal forecasting data and, additionally, exporting the results in netcdf format. * [./verification EXAMPLE 6: forecast verification]: A worked example on seasonal forecast data loading and verification against observations. * [./visualization EXAMPLE 7: forecast visualization]: A worked example on the use of visualizeR for the generation of verification plots. * [./visualization EXAMPLE 6: forecast visualization]: A worked example on the use of visualizeR for the generation of verification plots.