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CDO Calculate Multiple File Statistics    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
Calls the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tool with the file paths provided and uses the chosen operator to calculate statistics written to a NetCDF file. This process wraps the following CDO operators: ['ensmin', 'ensmax', 'enssum', 'ensmean', 'ensavg', 'ensvar', 'ensstd']
CDO Calculate Single File Climate Indices    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
Calls the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tool with the single file path provided and uses the chosen operator to calculate climate indices written to a NetCDF file. This process wraps the following CDO operators: ['eca_cdd', 'eca_cfd', 'eca_cwd', 'eca_fd', 'eca_id', 'eca_r10mm', 'eca_r20mm', 'eca_rr1', 'eca_sdii']
CDO Calculate Single File Climate Indices With Argument    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
Calls the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tool with the file paths and argument provided and uses the chosen operator to calculate climate indices written to a NetCDF file. This process wraps the following CDO operators: ['eca_csu', 'eca_rx1day', 'eca_rx5day', 'eca_su', 'eca_tr', 'eca_pd']
CDO Calculate Single File Statistics    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
Calls the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tool with the single file path provided and uses the chosen operator to calculate statistics written to a NetCDF file. This process wraps the following CDO operators: ['fldmin', 'fldmax', 'fldsum', 'fldmean', 'fldavg', 'fldvar', 'fldstd', 'zonmin', 'zonmax', 'zonsum', 'zonmean', 'zonavg', 'zonvar', 'zonstd', 'mermin', 'mermax', 'mersum', 'mermean', 'meravg', 'mervar', 'merstd', 'vertmin', 'vertmax', 'vertsum', 'vertmean', 'vertavg', 'vertvar', 'vertstd', 'timmin', 'timmax', 'timsum', 'timmean', 'timavg', 'timvar', 'timstd', 'hourmin', 'hourmax', 'hoursum', 'hourmean', 'houravg', 'hourvar', 'hourstd', 'daymin', 'daymax', 'daysum', 'daymean', 'dayavg', 'dayvar', 'daystd', 'monmin', 'monmax', 'monsum', 'monmean', 'monavg', 'monvar', 'monstd', 'seasmin', 'seasmax', 'seassum', 'seasmean', 'seasavg', 'seasvar', 'seasstd', 'yearmin', 'yearmax', 'yearsum', 'yearmean', 'yearavg', 'yearvar', 'yearstd', 'yhourmin', 'yhourmax', 'yhoursum', 'yhourmean', 'yhouravg', 'yhourvar', 'yhourstd', 'ydaymin', 'ydaymax', 'ydaysum', 'ydaymean', 'ydayavg', 'ydayvar', 'ydaystd', 'ymonmin', 'ymonmax', 'ymonsum', 'ymonmean', 'ymonavg', 'ymonvar', 'ymonstd', 'yseasmin', 'yseasmax', 'yseassum', 'yseasmean', 'yseasavg', 'yseasvar', 'yseasstd']
CDO Calculate Single File Statistics With Argument    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
Calls the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tool with the single file path and argument provided and uses the chosen operator to calculate statistics written to a NetCDF file. This process wraps the following CDO operators: ['runmin', 'runmax', 'runsum', 'runmean', 'runavg', 'runvar', 'runstd', 'ydrunmin', 'ydrunmax', 'ydrunsum', 'ydrunmean', 'ydrunavg', 'ydrunvar', 'ydrunstd']
CDO Calculate Two File Climate Indices With Argument    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
Calls the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tool with the two file paths and argument provided and uses the chosen operator to calculate climate indices written to a NetCDF file. This process wraps the following CDO operators: ['eca_cwfi', 'eca_etr', 'eca_hwfi', 'eca_r75p', 'eca_r75ptot', 'eca_r90p', 'eca_r90ptot', 'eca_r95p', 'eca_r95ptot', 'eca_r99p', 'eca_r99ptot', 'eca_tg10p', 'eca_tg90p', 'eca_tn10p', 'eca_tn90p', 'eca_tx10p', 'eca_tx90p']
CDO Get Multiple File Info    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
Calls the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tool with the file paths provided and uses the chosen operator to extract information that is written to a text file. This process wraps the following CDO operators: ['info', 'infov', 'sinfo', 'sinfov']
CDO Get Single File Info    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
Calls the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tool with the single file path provided and uses the chosen operator to extract information that is written to a text file. This process wraps the following CDO operators: ['npar', 'nlevel', 'nyear', 'nmon', 'ndate', 'ntime', 'showformat', 'showcode', 'showname', 'showstdname', 'showlevel', 'showltype', 'showyear', 'showmon', 'showdate', 'showtime', 'showtimestamp', 'pardes', 'griddes', 'zaxisdes', 'vct']
CMIP5 Global Averager    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
The "CMIP5 Global Averager" process accepts a set of CMIP5 data files defined directly by their file path in the CEDA archive or indirectluy by a Job indentification number when the files resulted from a previous CMIP5 process. Either the Input Job Id or the Input File Paths parameter must be defined. The input files are processed to calculate a spatial weighted averages over the doamin for each time step using the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tools. Outputs are written to NetCDF files. Please see the general disclaimer and the disclaimer specific to CDO-related processes.
CMIP5 Global Averager With File Selection    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
This process is based on the "CMIP5 Global Averager" with an additional set of arguments to allow file selection. For each one of the selected files the spatial wieghted average is compute for each time step using the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tools. Outputs are written to NetCDF files. Please see the general disclaimer and the disclaimer specific to CDO-related processes.
CMIP5 Regional Extractor    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
The "CMIP5 Regional Extractor" process accepts accepts a set of CMIP5 data files defined directly by their file path in the CEDA archive or indirectly by a Job identification number when the files resulted from a previous CMIP5 process. Either the Input Job Id or the Input File Paths parameter must be defined. Each files is processed independently from the others to extract a regional box from global fields using the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tools. Outputs are written to NetCDF files. Please see the general disclaimer and the disclaimer specific to CDO-related processes.
CMIP5 Regional Extractor With File Selection    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
This process is based on the "CMIP5 Regional Extractor" with an additional set of arguments to allow file selection. These files are processed to extract a regional box from global fields using the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tools. Outputs are written to NetCDF files. Please see the general disclaimer and the disclaimer specific to CDO-related processes.
CMIP5 Regridder    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
The "CMIP5 Regridder" process accepts a set of CMIP5 data files defined directly by their file path in the CEDA archive or indirectly by a Job identification number when the files resulted from a previous CMIP5 process. Either the Input Job Id or the Input File Paths parameter must be defined. These files are re-gridded to a regular 1 or 2 degree grid using the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tools. Outputs are written to NetCDF files. Please see the general disclaimer and the disclaimer specific to CDO-related processes.
CMIP5 Regridder With File Selection    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
This process is based on the "CMIP5 Regridder" with an additional set of arguments to allow file selection. The selected files are re-gridded to a regular 1 or 2 degree grid using the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tools. Outputs are written to NetCDF files. Please see the general disclaimer and the disclaimer specific to CDO-related processes.
CMIP5 Time Averager    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
The "CMIP5 Time Averager" process accepts a set of CMIP5 data files defined directly by their file path in the CEDA archive or indirectly by a Job identification number when the files resulted from a previous CMIP5 process. Either the Input Job Id or the Input File Paths parameter must be defined. These files are processed to calculate a time average using Climate Data Operators (CDO) tools. Outputs are written to NetCDF files. Please see the general disclaimer and the disclaimer specific to CDO-related processes.
CMIP5 Time Averager With File Selection    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
This process is based on the "CMIP5 Time Averager" with an additional set of arguments to allow file selection. The selected files are used to calculate the time average from global fields using the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tools. Outputs are written to NetCDF files. Please see the general disclaimer and the disclaimer specific to CDO-related processes.
CMIP5 Time Concatenator    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
The "CMIP5 Time Concatenator" process accepts a set of CMIP5 data files defined directly by their file path in the CEDA archive or indirectly by a Job identification number when the files resulted from a previous CMIP5 process. Either the Input Job Id or the Input File Paths parameter must be defined. These files are processed to concatenate all global fields along the time dimension using the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tools. Outputs are written to NetCDF files. Please see the general disclaimer and the disclaimer specific to CDO-related processes.
CMIP5 Time Concatenator With File Selection    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
This process is based on the "CMIP5 Time Concatenator" with an additional set of arguments to allow file selection. The selected files are used to extract global fields for a given time window using the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tools. Outputs are written to NetCDF files. Please see the general disclaimer and the disclaimer specific to CDO-related processes.
CMIP5 Time Extractor    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
The "CMIP5 Time Extractor" process accepts a set of CMIP5 data files defined directly by their file path in the CEDA archive or indirectly by a Job identification number when the files resulted from a previous CMIP5 process. Either the Input Job Id or the Input File Paths parameter must be defined. These files are processed to extract global fields for a given time window using the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tools. Outputs are written to NetCDF files. Please see the general disclaimer and the disclaimer specific to CDO-related processes.
CMIP5 Time Extractor With File Selection    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
This process is based on the "CMIP5 Time Extractor" with an additional set of arguments to allow file selection. The selected files are used to extract global fields for a given time window using the Climate Data Operators (CDO) tools. Outputs are written to NetCDF files. Please see the general disclaimer and the disclaimer specific to CDO-related processes.
CalcTrajectories    View details    Process XML    Submit a request   
Double It    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
The "DoubleIt" process is used to demonstrate how the WPS and the WPS User Interface work. The process accepts an integer or floating point number and returns some XML containing the input number double.
Extract UK Station Data    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
The "Extract UK Station Data" process provides tools to access surface station weather observations for a range of variables throughout the UK. These include temperature, rainfall and wind measurements. These records are available from 1859 to this year.

You can select which stations you require using either a bounding box, a list of UK counties, a list of station IDs or an uploaded file containing station IDs. Data is returned in CSV or tab-delimited text files. Please see the disclaimer.
Get Weather Stations    View details    Process XML    Submit a request   
The "GetWeatherStations" process allows the user to identify a set of Weather Station numeric IDs. These can be selected using temporal and spatial filters to derive a list of stations that the user is interested in. The output is a text file containing one station ID per line. Please see the disclaimer.
Select CMIP5 Files    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
This process takes a set of arguments that define different components of the CMIP5 Data Reference Syntax (DRS, or directory structure) and produces the CEDA archive file paths of the files identified to match those components. The paths are written to an XML file that is saved on the server for download and re-use in other services. You can also use the selected files as input to another CMIP5 process.
Simple Plot    View details    Process XML    Submit a request   
The "SimplePlot" process demonstrates the visualisation capabilities of the WPS. When using the WPS User Interface, the submission form renders a map from which the user can choose a bounding box. The user can also decide on a title for the plot. On submission, the plot is written to a file and the jobviewer page shows that the User Interface can provide a quick look of the output if requested. This process uses the matplotlib and basemap tools to render the map.
Subsetter    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
A Subsetting tool that allows the extraction of variable subsets from a range of datasets. The user can select a dataset, a single variable, time range and bounding box. The output format can also be selected (NetCDF or CSV) along with instructions on how to divide output files into sensible time chunks. The tool uses CDAT's CDMS (Climate Data Management System) libraries to interact with the datasets in the archives. The extraction jobs run on the batch processing servers and the user is e-mailed when the job has completed.