Changes between Version 21 and Version 22 of FpInputMetEcmwf


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Jan 22, 2019, 10:29:25 AM (7 months ago)
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  • FpInputMetEcmwf

    v21 v22  
    2121|| [download:55 7.0.2]||-- ||Python-based version. Allows access to publicly available data without a member state account through the python framework of ECMWF (`ecmwf-api-client-python`). Note that if you have the choice between working through this interface or directly on `ecaccess`/ through a gateway server, one of the latter options will usually be considerably faster. In any case, extracting large data sets takes time.||
    2222|| [download:61 7.0.3]|| ||FpInputMetEcmwfLinks has relevant links and a step-by-step instruction of how to prepare your environment for being able to install and use flex_extract v7. We now have `flex_exctract` also in a [browser:flex_extract.git public git repository] on `flexpart.eu`||
    23 || [download:62 7.0.4]|| [https://www.flexpart.eu/log/flex_extract.git/python?rev=b7c1c04a204c91e53759ef590504bf52dfaece64 b7c1c04] ||A bugfix version which solves problems with ERA5 and CERA retrieval from v7.0.3 and added two new features: It can retrieve analysis and forecast ensembles efficiently, e.g. by setting `number=0/to/9` (suffix for the ensemble member number is added to output file names). Additionally, it can write an extra file `mars_requests.csv` which contains all MARS request parameters for each request. ||
     23|| [download:62 7.0.4]|| [browser:flex_extract.git/?rev=7.0.4 tag 7.0.4]||A bugfix version which solves problems with ERA5 and CERA retrieval from v7.0.3 and added two new features: It can retrieve analysis and forecast ensembles efficiently, e.g. by setting `number=0/to/9` (suffix for the ensemble member number is added to output file names). Additionally, it can write an extra file `mars_requests.csv` which contains all MARS request parameters for each request. ||
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    2525=== Use and install flex_extract