# Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of udg/ecoms/dataserver/datasets/CFSv2

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May 16, 2015 12:34:03 PM (7 years ago)
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 v9 = CFSv2_seasonal dataset member setup The ensembles members are obtained by lagged runtimes depending on release date. There are 12 release dates, corresponding to the 15th of each month. The members for the mid-january 1982 are the following runtime: ||= Year =||= Month =||= Day =||=  Hour                 =|| ||  1982  ||   01    ||    6  || at 00, 06, 12 and 18 UTC| Thus the runtimes for the 12 release dates, on each year, are indicated in the tables below (the default 16 initializations defining members are indicated in boldface, as taken by the [https://meteo.unican.es/trac/wiki/udg/ecoms R package] for data access. Note that due to some missing initializations in the original dataset, the configuration of the default members taken through the R interface is not directly the 16 first initializations of the corresponding lead month, but the 16 first '''complete''' initializations (i.e., available for ''all'' years in hindcast). Thus the runtimes for the 12 release dates, on each year, are indicated in the tables below (the default 15 initializations defining members are indicated in boldface, as taken by the [https://meteo.unican.es/trac/wiki/udg/ecoms R package] for data access. Note that due to some missing initializations in the original dataset, the configuration of the default members taken through the R interface is not directly the 16 first initializations of the corresponding lead month, but the 16 first '''complete''' initializations (i.e., available for ''all'' years in hindcast). In particular, the missing initialization times (at least for precipitation) are indicated with asterisks in the table (* for 1989 or ** for 1998), and the specific location of the missing runtimes indicated in the rightmost column. As a result, the total number of selectable members varies depending of the lead month chosen (this is indicated by ''n'' in the tables below). These are selected in R through the members argument of the function loadECOMS that can take any integer value from 1 to ''n'' for each particular lead month, corresponding this value to their relative order in the tables below (and excluding the members marked with asterisks).