Monday, December 14, 2009

An open source project for my Met Office data analyzer

Since some other people have been playing with my little Perl program to analyze the Met Office land surface temperature data, I've registered a project at SourceForge so that others can work with me on it.

I've also imported my latest version of the script which outputs data about the number of stations used to create the gridding data, and does cosine weighting of the northern and southern hemisphere trend data.

It can all be found at Land Surface Temperature Analyzer.

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Blogger Justin Mason said...

sourceforge? how 1990s! ;)

seriously though, I reckon you'd be better off using github, I've found it's got lower overhead for this kind of smallish colloboration, and exposes stuff through the web much more effectively.

2:42 PM  

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