rWind is working again!

February 18, 2020
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 Yep, after several months fallen, rWind R package is working again! I’m sorry, but I’m too busy lately with my PhD dissertation and I have not all the time that I’d like to improve rWind 😞. The problem was due to the change of the URL to GFS server, and it was solved thanks to a pull request in GitHub… Thank you very much! The new version on CRAN (1.1.5) comes with some new functions to download sea current data from the OSCAR database! New examples with sea and wind currents coming soon…  also on Twitter @javi_ferlop

 Enjoy!

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