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2015-06-19T17:18:00+02:00 (5 years ago)
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davestorkey
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Update 2015/dev_r5021_UKMO1_CICE_coupling branch to revision 5442 of the trunk.

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    22# prerequired 
    33#---------------------------------------------------------------------- 
    4 To use these idl tools, you need to download some climatogies and mask files; 
     4First, you need either : 
     5- IDL (version 6.4 or above), see : http://www.exelisvis.com/ProductsServices/IDL.aspx 
     6  In this case, you also need to download SAXO which is a free package of IDL scripts: 
     7  define $PATH_SAXO, the path where you will download SAXO and get it through svn with the following command. 
     8  > PATH_SAXO=... 
     9  > svn checkout http://forge.ipsl.jussieu.fr/saxo/svn/trunk/SRC $PATH_SAXO/SAXO_DIR/SRC 
     10 
     11- or the IDL Virtual Machine which is free to use and does not require a license to run , see : 
     12  http://www.exelisvis.com/Support/HelpArticlesDetail/TabId/219/ArtMID/900/ArticleID/12395/The-IDL-Virtual-Machine.aspx 
     13  the virtual machine requites std_main.sav that is distributed with this README. 
     14 
     15Next, to use these idl tools, you need to download some climatogies and mask files; 
    516that you can find here: http://dodsp.idris.fr/reee512/NEMO_OUT/ORCA2_LIM/ 
    617 
     
    1324# define your std_plot_vardef.sh or std_ts_vardef.sh file 
    1425#---------------------------------------------------------------------- 
    15 Use the examples provided in : 
     26These files are needed to define your PATHs, the experiments and variables names you used in your experiment. 
     27 - std_plot_vardef.sh is used to do all plots based on temporal mean (maps, vertical profiles...). 
     28 - std_ts_vardef.sh is used to do all time-series type of plot. 
     29 
     30To build you own std_plot_vardef.sh or std_ts_vardef.sh file; use the examples provided such as: 
    1631 - std_ts_vardef.sh_example1 or std_ts_vardef.sh_example2 
    1732 - std_plot_vardef.sh_example1 or std_plot_vardef.sh_example2 
    18 to build your own std_plot_vardef.sh or std_ts_vardef.sh file. 
    1933 
    20 This file is needed to define you PATH, the experiments and variables names 
    21  
    22 you can copy std_ts_vardef.sh_example1 con std_ts_vardef.sh 
    23 and std_plot_vardef.sh_example1 std_plot_vardef.sh 
    24  
     34Note that if you use the IDL Virtual Machine, the variable SAXO_DIR defined in std_plot_vardef.sh or std_ts_vardef.sh is not used. Any definition will be ok. 
    2535 
    2636#---------------------------------------------------------------------- 
     
    3242 
    3343 
    34 #---------------------------------------------------------------------- 
    35 # short note on: How to build IDL virtual Machine: 
     44 
     45 
     46########################################################################################################## 
     47# short note for developers of this package on: 
     48#                   How to build the tarball required for IDL virtual Machine: 
     49########################################################################################################## 
     50# 
     51# we need to recreate std_main.sav as soon as we change IDL programmes files as 
     52# std_main.sav contains all ".pro" files aready compiled to be used with the virtual machine 
    3653# 
    3754. ./std_plot_vardef.sh # or . ./std_ts_vardef.sh  
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