Monthly Archives: March 2017

Visualising Spherical Grids

I have found a much faster way to display spherical grids based on IDL object graphics. This uses OGL hardware support. I chose the warmest month ever recorded (March 2016) to show  results. First here is the grid rotated about … Continue reading

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Spherical Triangulation

After 5 days on Heron Island and a narrow escape from Cyclone Debbie, I am now back to spherical gridding! The most elegant method for spatial integration of irregular temperature data must surely be spherical triangulation over  the earth’s surface. … Continue reading

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European Winters

The technique of triangulation of station data allows a neat way of visualising regional “climate change” and also the year to year variation.  Here are two animations for Europe. First a replay of 2016. The second animation shows all winter … Continue reading

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