Saturday, April 28, 2012

Interactive JS plotter data list

Some more news and information about the Moyhu interactive plotter. The main content of the post is a listing of the data, with links. But first some discussion of versions and some updates on progress.

I have reinstated in V2 the ability to copy a URL which will reinstate the plot as you see it. This is intended for linking. There are minor limitations - it won't pass on user data, and it won't regenerate vectors made with the Calc box.

This got me thinking about version stability. If people are going to store links, I need to ensure that the code will still work if I add more data, for example. So my plan now is this. Versions will appear in blog posts, and I'll then leave them alone except for bug fixes. If you copy a link from such a site, it will refer back to that post, and should work indefinitely.

I'll keep the latest version of the plotter on a page. You can see the pages listed top right. I might add data there, and not post a new version for a while. It will allow you to copy URL's which will refer to that page but I won't guarantee that they will work in exactly the same way long into the future. For that, you should go to the most recent blog post version.

Data listing

The general way to get documentation in the plotter is to Ctrl-Click on any active button. That is, click with the Ctrl key depressed. On the Mac, I believe the Command key has similar effect. The information appears bottom right (green window) or on a separate tab if you have checked the New Window button.

If the button connects with data, you'll get info about the data. The buttons next to the selection boxes give a general description for the datasets contained. If you have plotted a set, there will be an entry in the plot list with a checkbox to it's right. If you Ctrl-Click that, the info window (bottom right) will show specific info, usually a link to source and another to an info page on the web.

Below is a listing of that information for each of the data sets that you can plot. The red headings below are the names of the selection boxes - then follow the contents.

1HADCRUT 3HADCRUT 3 Global Land and Ocean Index Source More information
2HADCRUT 4 GlobeHADCRUT 4 Globe Source More Info
3HADCRUT 4 NHHADCRUT 4 NH Source More Info
4HADCRUT 4 SHHADCRUT 4 SH Source More Info
5HADCRUT 4 TropHADCRUT 4 Tropical Source More Info
6Had 4 NH Nov-FebHADCRUT 4 NH Nov-Feb Source More Info
7Had 4 NH Mar-MayHADCRUT 4 NH Mar-May Source More Info
8Had 4 NH Jun-AugHADCRUT 4 NH Jun-Aug Source More Info
9Had 4 NH Sep-NovHADCRUT 4 NH Sep=Nov Source More Info
10Had 4 SH Nov-FebHADCRUT 4 SH Nov-Feb Source More Info
11Had 4 SH Mar-MayHADCRUT 4 SH Mar-May Source More Info
12Had 4 SH Jun-AugHADCRUT 4 SH Jun-Aug Source More Info
13Had 4 SH Sep-NovHADCRUT 4 SH Sep-Nov Source More Info
14CRUTEM3CRUTEM 3 Global Land Only Source More information
15HAD NHHADCRUT3 NH mean Source More information
16HAD SHHADCRUT3 SH mean Source More information

17GISSGISS Global Land and Ocean Source More information
18GISS TsGISS Met Stations (Land Only) Source More information
19ConUSAnnual Temp Anomaly Lower 48 USA Source More information
20ArcticAnnual Temp Anomaly Arctic 64-90°N Source More information
21NH TempAnnual Temp Anomaly NH Temp 24-64°N Source More information
22TropicAnnual Temp Anomaly Equator -24-24°N Source More information
23SH TempAnnual Temp Anomaly SH Temp 24-64°S Source More information
24AntarcticAnnual Temp Anomaly Antarctic 64-90°S Source More information

25NOAA GlobNOAA Glob Land/Ocean Source More information
26NOAA NH Land/OceanNOAA NH Land/Ocean Source More information
27NOAA SH Land/OceanNOAA SH Land/Ocean Source More information
28NOAA Glob LandNOAA Glob Land Source More information
29NOAA NH LandNOAA NH Land Source More information
30NOAA SH LandNOAA SH Land Source More information

Satellite Temp
31UAHUAH Lower Troposphere Source
32MSU-RSSMSU-RSS Lower Troposphere Source More Info
33UAH GlobeUAH Globe Source More Info
34UAH All LandUAH All Land Source More Info
35UAH All OceanUAH All Ocean Source More Info
36UAH NH AllUAH NH All Source More Info
37UAH NH LandUAH NH Land Source More Info
38UAH NH OceanUAH NH Ocean Source More Info
39UAH SH AllUAH SH All Source More Info
40UAH SH LandUAH SH Land Source More Info
41UAH SH OceanUAH SH Ocean Source More Info
42UAH TropicsUAH Tropics Source More Info
43UAH TropicLandUAH TropicLand Source More Info
44UAH TropicOceanUAH TropicOcean Source More Info
45UAH NH ExtraTropUAH NH ExtraTrop Source More Info
46UAH NHExtr LandUAH NHExtr Land Source More Info
47UAH NHExtr OceanUAH NHExtr Ocean Source More Info
48UAH SH ExtraTropUAH SH ExtraTrop Source More Info
49UAH SHExtr LandUAH SHExtr Land Source More Info
50UAH SHExtr OceanUAH SHExtr Ocean Source More Info
51UAH NPolar AllUAH NPolar All Source More Info
52UAH NPolar LandUAH NPolar Land Source More Info
53UAH NPolar OceanUAH NPolar Ocean Source More Info
54UAH SPolar AllUAH SPolar All Source More Info
55UAH SPolar LandUAH SPolar Land Source More Info
56UAH SPolar OceanUAH SPolar Ocean Source More Info
57UAH USA48UAH USA48 Source More Info

Misc Temp
58BESTBEST Land Only Source More information
59TOS ModelSource More information
60Foster/Rahm GISSFoster&Rahmstorf GISS land/ocean modified for exogenous effects Source More information
61Foster/Rahm NCDCFoster&Rahmstorf NCDC land/ocean modified for exogenous effects Source More information
62Foster/Rahm CRUFoster&Rahmstorf CRU land/ocean modified for exogenous effects Source More information
63Foster/Rahm RSSFoster&Rahmstorf RSS land/ocean modified for exogenous effects Source More information
64Foster/Rahm UAHFoster&Rahmstorf UAH land/ocean modified for exogenous effects Source More information

65HADSST3HADSST3 Global Sea Surface Temperature Source More information
66HADSST2HADSST2 Global Sea Surface Temperature Source More information
67HADiSSTHADISST Global Sea Ice and Sea Surface Temperature Source More information
68NOAA Glob OceanNOAA Glob Ocean Source More information
69NOAA NH OceanNOAA NH Ocean Source More information
70NOAA SH OceanNOAA SH Ocean Source More information
71OHC 0-700mGlobal Ocean Heat Content 0-700m 10^22J Source More Information
72UEA SOISouthern Oscillation Index (UEA) Source More Info
73AMOAMO Reconstruction (Mann 2009b) Source More Information
74PDOPDO Reconstruction (Mann 2009b) Source More Information
75JISAO AAOSouthern Oscillation Index (JISAO) Source More Info
76JISAO NAMNorthern Annular Mode (JISAO) Source More Info
77JISAO ENSOENSO (JISAO) Note that ENSO has short term variation and annual averaging smooths it a lot. Some peaks are lost. Source More Info

Giss Forcings
78AllGISS Model E forcings Global mean net Source More information
79W-M GHGGISS Model E forcings Well-Mixed GG Source More information
80OzoneGISS Model E forcings Ozone Source More information
81StratH2OGISS Model E forcings Stratospheric water Source More information
82SolarGISS Model E forcings Solar Irradiance Source More information
83LandUseGISS Model E forcings Land Use Source More information
84SnowAlbGISS Model E forcings Snow Albedo Source More information
85StratAmerGISS Model E forcings Stratospheric Aerosols Source More information
86BCGISS Model E forcings Black Carbon Source More information
87Refl AreGISS Model E forcings Reflectic Trop Aerosols Source More information
88AIEGISS Model E forcings Aerosol Indirect Effect Source More information

89MLO CO2Mauna Loa CO2 Source More Information
90C13/C12 MLOMauna Loa δC13 Source More Info
91C13 SignatureGlobal Stable Carbon Isotopic Signature Source More Information
92GISS CO2GISS CO2 Source More Info
93Nitrous OxideNitrous Oxide Source More Info
94MethaneMethane Source More Info
95TSI ReconTSI Reconstruction Dora Source More Information
96SIDC SunspotsSIDC Yearly Sunspot Number Source More Info
97FF emissionsTotal carbon emissions from fossil fuels million metric tons of C Source More Info
98FF Gascarbon emissions from gas fuel consumption Source More Info
99FF Liquidcarbon emissions from liquid fuel consumption Source More Info
100FF Solidcarbon emissions from solid fuel consumption Source More Info
101From Cementcarbon emissions from cement production Source More Info
102Flaringcarbon emissions from gas flaring Source More Info
103FF Per CapPer capita carbon emissions metric tons of carbon after 1949 only Source More Info

104TempLSTempLS Global Land and Ocean Source
105TempLS GHCN 3 HSST2TempLS GHCN 3 with HadSST2 More Info
106TempLS CRUT 3 HSST2TempLS CRUTEM 3 with HadSST2 More Info
107TempLS GHCN 3TempLS GHCN 3 Land Only More Info
108TempLS CRUT 3TempLS CRUTEM 3 Land Only More Info
109TempLS GHCN 3 HAD3TempLS GHCN 3 with HADSST3 More Info
110TempLS CRUT 3 HSST3TempLS CRUTEM 3 with HadSST3 More Info

111NCEP-PWPrecipitable Water Source More Information
112OLROutgoing Longwave Radiation Source More Information
113NCEP-MEINCEP Multivariate ENSO Index Note that ENSO has short term variation and annual averaging smooths it a lot. Source More Info
114NCEP-NAONCEP Nprth Atlantic Oscillation Source More Info
115NCEP-NINO3NCEP East Central Tropical Pacific SST Source
116NCEP-ONINCEP Oceanic Nino Index Source
117NCEP-SOINCEP Southern Oscillation Index Source More Info Units, 10*t-stat
118Surf SHSpecific Humidity 1000Mb Source More Information
119NCEP-SH850Specific Humidity 850Mb Source More Information
120NCEP-SH700Specific Humidity 700Mb Source More Information
121NCEP-SH600Specific Humidity 600Mb Source More Information
122NCEP-SH500Specific Humidity 500Mb Source More Information
123NCEP-SH400Specific Humidity 400Mb Source More Information
124NCEP-SH300Specific Humidity 300Mb Source More Information


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