112 | | For example, `plot_example.m` |

113 | | plots the true and estimated mean RMS errors as a function of the |

114 | | forgetting factor. For the usage of the other functions, use 'help' |

115 | | in Matlab. |

| 112 | `plot_example` plots the true and estimated mean RMS errors as a function of the |

| 113 | forgetting factor. |

| 114 | |

| 115 | The other plotting scripts require the specification |

| 116 | of the directory and name of the file to be read. Sometimes, |

| 117 | there are additional arguments like the time step index. Use |

| 118 | 'help' in Matlab to display the information about required input. |

| 119 | |

| 120 | Plotting examples:[[BR]] |

| 121 | `plotobs('../../../bin/obs.nc',100)` plots the observation at time step 100[[BR]] |

| 122 | `plotstate('../../../bin/t1_N30_f0.97.nc',100,'f')` plots the forecast state estimate at the 100th analysis step[[BR]] |

| 123 | `plotrms('../../../bin/t1_N30_f0.97.nc')` plots the true and estimated RMS errors over time for the chosen experiment[[BR]] |

| 124 | `plotstate('../../../bin/state.nc',1101)` plots the true state at model time step 1101 (= analysis step 100)[[BR]] |

| 125 | |