Changes between Version 18 and Version 19 of Lorenz_96_model
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 Sep 1, 2018, 12:58:21 PM (3 months ago)
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v18 v19 118 118  plot_state  Plot the state from the file holding a true state trajectory (state.nc) or the estimated forecast or analysis states from an assimilation experiment.  119 119 120 Except for `plot_example` all scripts s require the specification 121 of the directory and name of the file to be read. Sometimes, 122 there are additional arguments like the time step index. The syntax of the functions is essentially idnetical for Matlab and Python (except for `plot_rms`): 123 124 = Matlab == Python = 125  plot_example()  plot_example()  126  plot_eofs(filename, index)  plot_eofs(filename, index)  127  plot_obs(filename, timestep)  plot_obs(filename, timestep)  128  plot_rms(filename [, plot_forecast=1, plot_analysis=1])  plot_rms(filename [, plot_forecast=True, plot_analysis=True])  129  plot_sigma(filename)  plot_sigma(filename)  130  plot_state(filename, timestep [, choice='t'])  plot_state(filename, timestep [, choice='t'])  120 131 121 132 122 123 124 125 126 and see the file README there for a description of the available plotting scripts. 127 128 `plot_example` plots the true and estimated mean RMS errors as a function of the 129 forgetting factor. 130 131 The other plotting scripts require the specification 132 of the directory and name of the file to be read. Sometimes, 133 there are additional arguments like the time step index. In Matlab use 133 In Matlab use 134 134 'help' to display the information about required input. 135 135