Monthly Archives: August 2014

ccc-gistemp and ISTI

This post is also published at the International Surface Temperatures Initiative blog. ccc-gistemp is Climate Code Foundation‘s rewrite of the NASA GISS Surface Temperature Analysis GISTEMP. It produces exactly the same result, but is written in clear Python. I’ve recently … Continue reading

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ZONTEM is simpler, clearly

How simple can a temperature analysis be? The original inspiration for Climate Code Foundation was ccc-gistemp. Our original pro-bono rewrite of NASA GISTEMP. Software that shows global historical temperature change. We wanted the average person on the Clapham omnibus to … Continue reading

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Catching up

I’ve been spring cleaning. For too long I have neglected ccc-gistemp (our clear rewrite of GISTEMP). For a while now it has not been possible to run it. The problems were mostly due to finding the right Sea Surface Temperature … Continue reading

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