Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of udg/ecoms/dataserver/interfaces/matlab


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Apr 22, 2013 2:23:57 PM (9 years ago)
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    22==  Function: ==
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    4 As for [https://www.meteo.unican.es/trac/meteo/wiki/SpecsEuporias/Interfaces/RPackage/Python Phyton], a ''Matlab'' function ([https://www.meteo.unican.es/trac/MLToolbox/browser/MLToolbox/trunk/MLToolbox_experiments/antonio/system4/matlab/loadSystem4.m loadSystem4.m]) has been created in order to access the ''SPECS-EUPORIAS Data Portal'' in a user-friendly way.
    5 The ''loadSystem4'' function is called this way:
     4As for [https://www.meteo.unican.es/trac/meteo/wiki/SpecsEuporias/Interfaces/RPackage/Python Phyton], a ''Matlab'' function ([https://www.meteo.unican.es/trac/MLToolbox/browser/MLToolbox/trunk/MLToolbox_experiments/antonio/system4/matlab/loadSystem4.m loadSystem4.m]) has been created in order to access the hindcast of the System4 stored in the ''SPECS-EUPORIAS Data Portal'' in a user-friendly way. This would be a typical call to the function:
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    76{{{
     
    1110The input arguments are next described:
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    13 * `dataset`: A character string indicating the full URL path to the OPeNDAP dataset. Currently, the accepted values correspond to the System4 datasets described in Section [https://www.meteo.unican.es/trac/meteo/wiki/SpecsEuporias/DataServer/Datasets Available Datasets].
    14 * `var`: Variable code. Argument values currently accepted are `tas`, `tasmin`, `tasmax`, `pr` or `mslp`, as internally defined in the vocabulary for System4 following the nomenclature displayed in the table below. However, note that new variables and datasets will be progressively included.
    15 * `season`: A cell of two strings indicating the first and final months of analysis. A single month can be specified (as in the above example) or a standard season (e.g. `season = [12,1,2]` for standard Boreal winter, DJF).
    16 * `leadMonth`: Lead time (in months) to consider. For instance, `leadMonth = 1` for January forecasts means considering the initialization of the first of December.
    17 * `members`: Vector with the list of members to select.
    18 * `xlim`: Vector of length = 2, with minimum and maximum longitude coordinates, in decimal degrees, of the bounding box selected.
    19 * `ylim`: Vector of length = 2, with minimum and maximum latitude coordinates, in decimal degrees, of the bounding box selected.
     12* `dataset`: A string indicating the full URL path to the OPeNDAP dataset (see [https://www.meteo.unican.es/trac/meteo/wiki/SpecsEuporias/DataServer/Datasets Available Datasets] to check the catalog of available datasets).
     13* `var`: Variable code. Values currently accepted are `tas`, `tasmin`, `tasmax`, `pr` or `mslp`. However, note that new variables and datasets will be progressively included.
     14* `season`: A cell of two strings indicating the first and final months of analysis. A single month ({'Jan';'Jan'}) or a standard season ({'Dec';'Feb'}) can be specified. Note that months are indicated by their three first letters.
     15* `leadMonth`: Lead time (in months) to consider. For instance, `leadMonth = 1` for January forecasts means considering the initialization of the first of December .
     16* `members`: Vector of length ''n'' indicating the ''n'' members to consider.
     17* `xlim`: Vector of length = 2 with minimum and maximum longitude coordinates (in decimal degrees) of the bounding box selected.
     18* `ylim`: Vector of length = 2 with minimum and maximum latitude coordinates (in decimal degrees) of the bounding box selected.
    2019* `user`: Username for accessing the OPeNPAD dataset.
    21 * `passwork`: Password for accessing the OPeNPAD dataset.
     20* `password`: Password for accessing the OPeNPAD dataset.
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    2322These are the arguments returned by the function:
     
    2928* `lat`: Vector with the latitudes of the selected domain.
    3029* `lon`: Vector with the longitudes of the selected domain.
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    3331==  Example: ==