Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of CDB_Optim


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09/04/12 17:03:50 (8 years ago)
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lalibert
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  • CDB_Optim

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    11= Finding which models are avalaible for your diagnostic = 
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    3 The CDB offers a simple script, find_optimset.sh, to find the optimal set of models available for a given diagnostic. As explained in the [wiki:CDB_tutorial tutorial], the script first looks up for the following header informations: 
     3The CDB offers a simple script, find_optimset.sh, to find the optimal set of models available for a given diagnostic. As explained in the [wiki:CDB_Tutorial tutorial], the script first looks up for the following header informations: 
    44* Experiments and year range requested (e.g. historical:1965,1970, for tas_zonal) 
    55* Variables and time frequencies required (e.g. tas:day,atmos,day, for tas_zonal) 
     
    13136. Once this loop is over, the script echos the list of available models for this experiment. 
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    15 The tas_zonal diagnostic requests by default the experiments historical:1965,1970, historical:1965,2004 and rcp45:2060,2099. In such a situation, the script runs the previously described algorithm on these three experiments and then echos the models found in some but not all experiments as well as the models that are found for all experiments. This way, it is possible to know the maximal set of models to use and also to see which models have missing data. This makes it easier for the user to fix the archive, as described [wiki:CDB_fix here]. 
     15The tas_zonal diagnostic requests by default the experiments historical:1965,1970, historical:1965,2004 and rcp45:2060,2099. In such a situation, the script runs the previously described algorithm on these three experiments and then echos the models found in some but not all experiments as well as the models that are found for all experiments. This way, it is possible to know the maximal set of models to use and also to see which models have missing data. This makes it easier for the user to fix the archive, as described [wiki:CDB_Fix here].