Posts Tagged ‘ R Climate Data Analysis Tool ’

UAH Channel 5 Anomaly Trends

April 29, 2010
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UAH Channel 5 Anomaly Trends

Lucia at The Blackboard has on on-going bet where readers submit predictions of the monthly UAH anomaly, the April bet post is here. Lucia does some very interesting climate analysis, some of her charts, however,  can give me a headache … Contin...

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Climate Oscillations and GISS Temperature Anomaly Trends

April 27, 2010
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Climate Oscillations and GISS Temperature Anomaly Trends

In this post, I examine the combined impacts of Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO), Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation (AMO) and El Nino – Southern Oscillation (ENSO)   on the long-term GISS Land and Ocean Temperature Anomaly (LOTA) trend. Introduction Professor Don Easterbrook of … Continue reading →

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RClimate Script: Pacific Decadal Oscillation Trend

April 19, 2010
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RClimate Script: Pacific Decadal Oscillation Trend

This RClimate Script lets users retrieve and plot the monthly and moving average  Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) data  from the University of Washington’s JISAO website. The script retrieves the PDO data from January, 1900 until latest month available at time … Continue reading →

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Tracking Climate Trends with RClimate Scripts and Links

February 10, 2010
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Tracking Climate Trends with RClimate Scripts and Links

Some of my visitors may have noticed that I have added a new Climate Images page and have been adding climate data images to my right side panel. So far, I have 6 trend charts, 4 map images, 1 photo image and 1  data value  showing the CO2 concentrations, recent total solar irradiance (TSI) ,

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RClimate Script: Polar Amplification – 2000 to 2009

January 27, 2010
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RClimate Script: Polar Amplification – 2000 to 2009

This RClimate Script lets users retrieve and plot the NASA GISS temperature anomaly data for 2000 to 2009 by latitude zone during the past decade. A link is provided to the NASA GISS data generation query page as well as links to my saved file of the GISS data and my RClimate script that users

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RClimate Script Introduction

January 10, 2010
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RClimate Script Introduction

Would you like to be able to generate a GISS temperature anomaly trend chart on your PC with just 1 line of R script? What about downloading the R script to your PC so that you can edit the script to fit your needs?In this post I present my first RClimate Script so that users

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