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WHAT IS THIS?
This package is devoted to the analysis of climate variability using Python. It provides functions to perform some simple IO operations, operations with COARDS-compliante netCDF files, EOF analysis, SVD analysis of coupled data sets, linear digital filters, kernel based probabilitydensity function estimation and access to DCDFLIB.C library from Python.
Almost all distributed code is original, but, just for ease of installation, the following code is distributed with pyclimate, althought it is not ours:
They are the sources of DCDFLIB.C, by Barry W. Brown, James Lovato and Kathy Russell, distributed by StatLib and the University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. You can have to touch ipmpa.c, depending on the target machine.
Jon Saenz - email@example.com
Juan Zubillaga - firstname.lastname@example.org
Jesus Fernandez - email@example.com
Distributed under the GNU Public License
CONTENTS - Distribution directories
The source code (C and Python) of the extensions in the package.
The source code for SWIG in case there is any user willing to change the original C code which is used to build some of the extensions (namely, JDTime.c and pycdf.c). You are probably not interested in these files...
pyclimatetest.py is a regression test which should allow you to be confident that the routines are working properly at your computer. Just execute it (python pyclimatetest.py) and it will let you know.
Some documentation. Work in progess yet!
Some Python scripts which show the use of the functions in the package.
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