I put together the following information for the SREF products being
over NOAAPORT for the US, Pacific, and AK regions:
These products are derived parameters, and not the individual ensemble
I created a couple of example SREF multivariate probability functions in
as will appear in the NMAP2 choices for SREF:us, SREF:pa and SREF:ak.
I also created some ens_ functions for the GEFS individual member data
would be useful if you wanted to use the individual SREF members instead
the means, variances, and probabilities available on NOAAPORT. These
in the $NMAP_RESTORE/modl/ensemble directory. Some other information
that you might find useful in developing ens_ functions for
is available here:
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On Tue, 2007-09-18 at 14:44 -0400, Rob Dale wrote:
Before reinventing the wheel - has anyone developed any SREF ensemble model
files for nmap2?
I'm using the GEMPAK format files from
which appear to have a multitude of data available, but not finding any
"prepackaged" scripts in GEMPAK already for displaying them in nmap2...
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