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  1. 03 Feb, 2014 1 commit
  2. 01 Feb, 2014 1 commit
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      A new processing element has been added: HNW_DISTRIBUTE. This distributes... · 4468ef25
      Mathias Bavay authored
      A new processing element has been added: HNW_DISTRIBUTE. This distributes accumulated precipitation over a number of preceeding time steps. This is useful, for example, when one has an hourly file that contains 24 hours sums of precipitation, written as nodata for all time steps and the accumulation on the last time step of the 24 hours period. Since this is implemented as a filter, it is then possible to also add an undercatch correction (and don't forget to re-accumulate anyway in the resampling methods!).
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  6. 28 Jan, 2014 3 commits
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      Using the new Coords constructor and making the list of STATIONS in GRIBIO... · ef432faf
      Mathias Bavay authored
      Using the new Coords constructor and making the list of STATIONS in GRIBIO support discontinuous numbering
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      Reducing the verbosity · ca875488
      Mathias Bavay authored
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      A new concept has been introduced: virtual stations. These are points where... · 66541e39
      Mathias Bavay authored
      A new concept has been introduced: virtual stations. These are points where the meteo data will be transparently spatially interpolated and returned to getMeteoData calls. This allows a point model like Snowpack to work on virtual stations without any internal changes. A few new keys have been introduced in order to provide the necessary information: virtual stations location, meteo parameters to interpolate. For example:
      VIRTUAL_STATIONS = true
      VIRTUAL_PARAMETERS = TA RH HNW HS VW RSWR ILWR
      VSTATION1 = 46.8 9.833333
      VSTATION2 = 46.7 9.9
      
      A few drawbacks still exist: the time range getMeteoData call is not supported yet. A DEM must be provided (ie DEM key in ini file). Obviously, all interpolated parameters must have been associated with interpolation algorithms. The virtual stations have IDs such as VIR1, VIR2, etc For performance reasons, the interpolation is then performed on a one cell dem, which means that algorithms using dem characteristics would (currently) be messed up. Basically, this is still a work in progress before everything is robust!
      
      Otherwise, some POPC ifdef have been removed and the "iomanager.interpolate(... Grid2DObject)" call has been removed since the "iomanager.getMeteoData(... Grid2DObject)" call should be used instead (for consistency).
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