# Changes between Version 68 and Version 69 of udg/ecoms/dataserver/catalog

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May 6, 2015 1:06:49 PM (7 years ago)
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 v68 The '''​ECOMS UDG''' provides access to a reduced  number of variables for the [http://meteo.unican.es/trac/wiki/udg/ecoms/dataserver/datasets available datasets]. The following list of variables has been identified (and is periodically updated) according to the user's needs, receiving feedback from EUPORIAS WP22 (climate information indices, CIIs), WP23 (impact models), WP21 (calibration and downscaling) and SPECS WP61 (pilot applications) and WP52 (calibration and downscaling). See  the section on the [wiki:../../EndUserNeeds assessment of user's needs] for more details. Note that the '''R names''' below correspond to the vocabulary names used in the [wiki:RPackage R data access package], which may not correspond to the different vocabularies of each particular dataset. These names have been used for homogenization purposes to build the [wiki:RPackage/Homogeneization vocabulary] of the [wiki:RPackage R package for data access]. Note that, '''data homogenization and aggregation (i.e. daily means from 6h data) is only provided through the [wiki:RPackage R data access package].''' Note that the '''R names''' below correspond to the vocabulary names used in the [wiki:RPackage R data access package], which may not correspond to the different vocabularies of each particular dataset. These names have been used for homogenization purposes to build the [wiki:RPackage/homogeneization vocabulary] of the R package for data access. Note that, '''data homogenization and aggregation (i.e. daily means from 6h data) is only provided through the R data access package.''' In order to specify the particular '''temporal frequency/aggregation''' available for the variables in the different datasets, the following codes are used in the table below: '''6h''' (6-hourly instantaneous data). '''12h''' (12-hourly instantaneous data). '''24h''' (24-hourly instantaneous data). '''DM''' (daily mean value). '''DX''' (daily maximum value). '''DN''' (daily minimum value).  '''DA''' (daily accumulated data). '''DAr''' (accumulated since the initialization time –runtime) NOTE: The R package performs deaccumulation on a daily basis to match the standard definition. '''fx''' (static field)