Salish Sea MEOPAR Tools Documentation¶
This is the documentation for the Salish Sea MEOPAR project tools collection. The docs describe a collection of tools for working with the Salish Sea MEOPAR NEMO model, its results, and associated data. There is a companion collection of project documentation.
tools repo contains several Python packages:
SalishSeaToolsPackage- a collection of Python modules that facilitate code reuse across the Salish Sea MEOPAR project
SOGTools- Python functions for working with the output of the SOG 1-D model
Marlin- the Salish Sea NEMO svn-hg Maintenance Tool
Also documented here are:
- Notes are how the Python packages in the repo are developed and maintained
- How we create netCDF4 files and the metadata conventions that we use in them
- How to build and use the REBUILD_NEMO that we use to combine per-processor results files from NEMO-3.4 runs
- Some of the IPython Notebooks and Python scripts that we use to prepare bathymetry and initial conditions & forcing files for NEMO runs
There is also some Legacy Documentation from our early days of learning to configure and run NEMO.
- Salish Sea NEMO Command Processor
- netCDF4 Files Creation and Conventions
- Building ERDDAP Datasets
- Visualisation of NEMO/GEM/Observations using XArray
- Bathymetry Notebooks and Tools
- Initial Conditions and Forcing Notebooks and Tools
- Live Ocean Boundary Conditions Tools
- Marlin – Salish Sea NEMO svn-hg Maintenance Tool
- Python Packages Development and Maintenance
- NEMOGCM Tools
- Legacy Documentation
Unless otherwise specified, the Salish Sea MEOPAR tools and documentation are copyright 2013-2016 by the Salish Sea MEOPAR Project Contributors and The University of British Columbia.
They are licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 Please see the LICENSE file for details of the license.
salishsea_tools.tests.test_namelist modules are based on https://gist.github.com/krischer/4943658.
They are copyright 2013 by Lion Krischer <firstname.lastname@example.org> and are licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License, Version 3 (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/lesser.html).