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CMIP5 Regridder With File Selection

The  CMIP5 Regridder With File Selection process interpolates selected CMIP5 files from their original grid to regular 1 or 2 degree spatial grids.
The bilinear interpolation used by this process is computed using weights given by the area of each grid cell. Each file is treated as an independent regriding request.

1. Selecting files

In order to select files from the CMIP5 dataset archive, the user needs to choose values for each one of the boxes bellow.
The available values are listed when the user clicks in each box, starting from the top one.


2. Selecting the output spatial sampling

The user instructs the process on which spatial sampling he wants the interpolation to be made by filling in the "Regird to" box in the  CMIP5 Regridder With File Selection web page.


3. Submit your job

This is a two step operation:

a) You need to click the "Submit" button at the end of the process page to proceed.
In return you are given the details of your command and an estimation of the volume of the output files and the time needed to compute them.
Please note that these are estimates and should only be interpreted as such.
You will be then asked if you are happy with the details of your command.

b) If you are happy with the details of your request please click again the "Submit" button to submit your request to the WPS scheduler.
You will be forwarded to the "job viewer" page at this point.
Note that large jobs may take a long time so you may wish to navigate away from this page: the WPS will continue to run your job regardless.

4. Downloading Output Files

Once the job has completed, or if for some reason it failed during processing, the WPS will refresh the "job viewer" page with all information necessary to download your data or resubmit your job.

It also notifies you by e-mail.

The e-mail will include a URL that links to a page from which you can download the output files from your job, and various text files with your outputs: a request metadata, disclaimer and various log files.