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<li> Datatype of Coordinates </li>
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<li>What to do when variables have coordinates that are not quite equal.</li>
<li> Regridding </li>
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<li>Calculate daily means of ERA5 pressure-level data</li>
<li> ERA5 Daily </li>
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<li>Conversion of UM outputs between pressure and model levels</li>
<li> Conversion between Pressure and Model levels </li>
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<li>Writing a Xarray DataArray sub-class</li>
<li> Creating xr.Datatset subclasses </li>
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<li>Incompatible datetime and cftime error</li>
<li> Python and CORDEX </li>
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<li>Reprojecting data from metres to lat/lon in python</li>
<li> Wind Stress </li>
 
 
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Revision as of 14:46, 6 October 2021

This page lists the summaries for each Code Break session we had.

1/9/2021

  • How to organise plotting large numbers of plots from heterogenous models in python
  • Layout of subplots with matplotlib in python
  • Fast percentile calculation in python

 

15/9/2021

  • How to analyse data weekly and creating weekly climatology
  • Curl calculations
  • Weighted function in xarray
  • How to organise calculations dynamically with python data structure (dict) e.g. looping over seasons

 

29/9/2021

  • What to do when variables have coordinates that are not quite equal.
  • Calculate daily means of ERA5 pressure-level data
  • Conversion of UM outputs between pressure and model levels
  • Writing a Xarray DataArray sub-class
  • Incompatible datetime and cftime error
  • Reprojecting data from metres to lat/lon in python