Changes between Version 19 and Version 20 of Lorenz_96_model


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Sep 1, 2018, 1:02:02 PM (3 months ago)
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lnerger
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    120120Except for `plot_example` all scripts s require the specification
    121121of 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`):
     122there are additional arguments like the time step index. The syntax of the functions is essentially identical for Matlab and Python (except for `plot_rms`):
    123123
    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']) ||
     124||= Matlab =||= Python =||= Comment =""
     125|| plot_example() || plot_example() || ||
     126|| plot_eofs(filename, index) || plot_eofs(filename, index) || index=0 for mean state, index>1 for EOFs ||
     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]) || plot_forecast/plot_analysis swtich on/off a plot ||
     129|| plot_sigma(filename) || plot_sigma(filename) || ||
     130|| plot_state(filename, timestep [, choice='t']) || plot_state(filename, timestep [, choice='t']) || options for `choice`: 't' true, 'f' forecast, 'a' analysis 'i' initial ||
    131131
     132Here `filename` is the name of the file including its path.
     133In Matlab use 'help' to display the information about required input.
    132134
    133 In Matlab use
    134 'help' to display the information about required input.
    135 
    136 '''!Matlab/Octave''' plotting examples:[[BR]]
     135'''!Matlab/Octave plotting examples:'''[[BR]]
    137136`plotobs('../../../bin/obs.nc',100)` plots the observation at time step 100[[BR]]
    138137`plotstate('../../../bin/t1_N30_f0.97.nc',100,'f')` plots the forecast state estimate at the 100th analysis step[[BR]]