Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of CDB_Out_In


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09/04/12 21:57:02 (8 years ago)
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lalibert
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  • CDB_Out_In

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    22The CDB was conceived in such way that it is easy to use the output from one diagnostic into another diagnostic. Among other things, this provides simple server-side processing framework. 
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    4 To output the result of a diagnostic for reuse into another diagnostic, one simply has the frequency and realm of output files in the CDB_CMIP5_COMP_LIST bash variable at the end of a diagnostic script. In the tas_zonal example, this list was: 
     4To output the result of a diagnostic for reuse into another diagnostic, just list the desired frequency and realm of output files in the CDB_CMIP5_COMP_LIST bash variable at the end of a diagnostic script. The CDB will then structure the variables using the ESG naming convention. In the tas_zonal example, this list is: 
    55{{{ 
    66 CDB_CMIP5_COMP_LIST="\ 
     
    1111This will output the .daily variables as atmospheric daily variables and .monthly variables as atmospheric monthly variables. '''Note that there must be a space between list entries for this feature to work properly.''' 
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    13 The output will be found in CDB_OUT_DIR/tas_zonal/in and will be structure as ESG data. If one would like to use these variables in another hypothetical diagnostic named 'tas_stats_zonal', one would move the directory CDB_OUT_DIR/tas_zonal/in to CDB_IN_DIR/tas_stats_zonal. When running the tas_stats_zonal diagnostic, the retrieval script will find the variables and retrieve them as if they were part of the local ESG archive. 
     13The output will be found in CDB_OUT_DIR/tas_zonal/in and will have the same structure as ESG data. If these variables are to be used in another hypothetical diagnostic named 'tas_stats_zonal', one would move the directory CDB_OUT_DIR/tas_zonal/in to CDB_IN_DIR/tas_stats_zonal. When running the tas_stats_zonal diagnostic, the retrieval script will find the variables and retrieve them as if they were part of the local ESG archive.