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Package for interactive work with the Community Earth System Model

Project description

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pyCESM
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Python package for interactive work with the Community Earth System Model
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Author
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| **Brian E. J. Rose**
| Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences
| University at Albany
| brose@albany.edu

Installation
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``python setup.py``

or, if you are developing new code

``python setup.py develop``


About pyCESM
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Currently consists of two parts:

- Python / numpy implementations of some of the
thermodynamic routines (e.g. saturation vapor pressure and specific humidity)
used by the CAM atmospheric model.

- A Python interface for working with CAM output that automates some grid-aware diagnostic calculations.
This functionality is built on top of xarray_.

Based on (and tested with) version 1.2.1 of CESM

License
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This code is freely available under the MIT license.
See the accompanying LICENSE file.

.. _xarray: http://xarray.pydata.org

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