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activity : 8ea5099f-nca3-maurer-r201304-process
The observed annual maximum number of consecutive days with precipitation less than 0.01 inches for 1971-2000 was plotted for the U.S. Great Plains.
1. At each grid point, the maximum number of consecutive days with precipitation less than 0.01 inches was calculated for each year (provided data were available for 95% of the days at that grid point). 2. At each grid point, the mean annual maximum number of consecutive days with precipitation less than 0.01 inches was computed for the period 1971-2000. 3. Data were plotted for all grid points in the U.S. Great Plains.
The duration of this activity was 56 hours.Output artifacts generated by this activity :
array_ops.py array_ops.pyc clusterify_each_year.py clusterify.py config.py config.pyc pi_calc_percentiles.py consecDD_1971-2000.txt consecDD_plot.pro consecDD_1971-2000.nc consecDD_1971-2000.ctl consecDD_plot.gs consecDD_maurer.png ConsecDryDays_1971_2000_GP.png 19-5-a.png GP_dry days projected_V3.png
Computing environment : Linux (Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.4) Mac OS X (darwin x86_64 m64)
Software used : SciPy (v0.10.1), IDL (v8.0), GrADS (v2.0.2)
Visualization software used : GrADS
Notes : SciPy, IDL, GrADS
This activity resulted in the following :
Alternatives : JSON YAML Turtle N-Triples JSON Triples RDF+XML RDF+JSON Graphviz SVG