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Odp: Praha Klementium from portal.chmi.cz 1775-2017 yearly values and linear trends.
« Odpowiedź #30 dnia: Luty 28, 2020, 23:03:09 pm »
New scripts have been created and for period 1775-2018 was computed statistics of average, highest, lowest value of daily average, maximum, minimum temperature, temperature amplitude, precipitation sum, highest daily precipitation, for all single calendar month - now for each month. There were all months together in previous post, but now - statistics have been created for each month (January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December). Always is used period 1775-2018 for temperature and 1805-2018 for precipitation.

Data for year 2018 from portal.chmi.cz was added to already exist file with Praha Klementinum data (Libre Office Calculator .ods) and new formulas was added. Now .ods file is quite big, it takes some time, until it opens, open file takes almost 4 GB RAM. It tooks a lot of CPU, when file was created and sometimes computer froze for a while. Old MS Office Excell (.xls until 2003 version) requires small computer power, but Libre Office (.ods) and new MS Excell (.xlsx versions since 2007) requires more computer power, sometimes a lot.

Normals for every day, for daily average, maximum, minimum temperature were created from Praha Klementinum dataset at ECAD - Home European Climate Assessment AND Dataset - https://www.ecad.eu/ in year 2012, from period 1775-2004.

Data source (Czech hydrometeorological institute):
http://portal.chmi.cz/historicka-data/pocasi/praha-klementinum#

Work with TXT-CSV data was done in bash (cat, grep, sed, cut, tr), including formulas for Libre Office Calc. Graphs was created in MS Excell 2003 (.xls) and converted to minimum size (png 8 bit, compression 9).

Highest values are red, average values green and lowest values blue, precipitation (sum and highest daily amount) are always in blue columns.

Scripts have been checked, but there can still occur mistake somewhere.


Statistics for 09 SEPTEMBER 1775-2018 (precipitation 1805-2018) - all graphs for this month:

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Odp: Praha Klementium from portal.chmi.cz 1775-2017 yearly values and linear trends.
« Odpowiedź #31 dnia: Luty 28, 2020, 23:07:28 pm »
New scripts have been created and for period 1775-2018 was computed statistics of average, highest, lowest value of daily average, maximum, minimum temperature, temperature amplitude, precipitation sum, highest daily precipitation, for all single calendar month - now for each month. There were all months together in previous post, but now - statistics have been created for each month (January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December). Always is used period 1775-2018 for temperature and 1805-2018 for precipitation.

Data for year 2018 from portal.chmi.cz was added to already exist file with Praha Klementinum data (Libre Office Calculator .ods) and new formulas was added. Now .ods file is quite big, it takes some time, until it opens, open file takes almost 4 GB RAM. It tooks a lot of CPU, when file was created and sometimes computer froze for a while. Old MS Office Excell (.xls until 2003 version) requires small computer power, but Libre Office (.ods) and new MS Excell (.xlsx versions since 2007) requires more computer power, sometimes a lot.

Normals for every day, for daily average, maximum, minimum temperature were created from Praha Klementinum dataset at ECAD - Home European Climate Assessment AND Dataset - https://www.ecad.eu/ in year 2012, from period 1775-2004.

Data source (Czech hydrometeorological institute):
http://portal.chmi.cz/historicka-data/pocasi/praha-klementinum#

Work with TXT-CSV data was done in bash (cat, grep, sed, cut, tr), including formulas for Libre Office Calc. Graphs was created in MS Excell 2003 (.xls) and converted to minimum size (png 8 bit, compression 9).

Highest values are red, average values green and lowest values blue, precipitation (sum and highest daily amount) are always in blue columns.

Scripts have been checked, but there can still occur mistake somewhere.


Statistics for 10 OCTOBER 1775-2018 (precipitation 1805-2018) - all graphs for this month:


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Odp: Praha Klementium from portal.chmi.cz 1775-2017 yearly values and linear trends.
« Odpowiedź #32 dnia: Luty 28, 2020, 23:13:47 pm »
New scripts have been created and for period 1775-2018 was computed statistics of average, highest, lowest value of daily average, maximum, minimum temperature, temperature amplitude, precipitation sum, highest daily precipitation, for all single calendar month - now for each month. There were all months together in previous post, but now - statistics have been created for each month (January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December). Always is used period 1775-2018 for temperature and 1805-2018 for precipitation.

Data for year 2018 from portal.chmi.cz was added to already exist file with Praha Klementinum data (Libre Office Calculator .ods) and new formulas was added. Now .ods file is quite big, it takes some time, until it opens, open file takes almost 4 GB RAM. It tooks a lot of CPU, when file was created and sometimes computer froze for a while. Old MS Office Excell (.xls until 2003 version) requires small computer power, but Libre Office (.ods) and new MS Excell (.xlsx versions since 2007) requires more computer power, sometimes a lot.

Normals for every day, for daily average, maximum, minimum temperature were created from Praha Klementinum dataset at ECAD - Home European Climate Assessment AND Dataset - https://www.ecad.eu/ in year 2012, from period 1775-2004.

Data source (Czech hydrometeorological institute):
http://portal.chmi.cz/historicka-data/pocasi/praha-klementinum#

Work with TXT-CSV data was done in bash (cat, grep, sed, cut, tr), including formulas for Libre Office Calc. Graphs was created in MS Excell 2003 (.xls) and converted to minimum size (png 8 bit, compression 9).

Highest values are red, average values green and lowest values blue, precipitation (sum and highest daily amount) are always in blue columns.

Scripts have been checked, but there can still occur mistake somewhere.


Statistics for 11 NOVEMBER 1775-2018 (precipitation 1805-2018) - all graphs for this month:

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Odp: Praha Klementium from portal.chmi.cz 1775-2017 yearly values and linear trends.
« Odpowiedź #33 dnia: Luty 28, 2020, 23:18:58 pm »
New scripts have been created and for period 1775-2018 was computed statistics of average, highest, lowest value of daily average, maximum, minimum temperature, temperature amplitude, precipitation sum, highest daily precipitation, for all single calendar month - now for each month. There were all months together in previous post, but now - statistics have been created for each month (January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December). Always is used period 1775-2018 for temperature and 1805-2018 for precipitation.

Data for year 2018 from portal.chmi.cz was added to already exist file with Praha Klementinum data (Libre Office Calculator .ods) and new formulas was added. Now .ods file is quite big, it takes some time, until it opens, open file takes almost 4 GB RAM. It tooks a lot of CPU, when file was created and sometimes computer froze for a while. Old MS Office Excell (.xls until 2003 version) requires small computer power, but Libre Office (.ods) and new MS Excell (.xlsx versions since 2007) requires more computer power, sometimes a lot.

Normals for every day, for daily average, maximum, minimum temperature were created from Praha Klementinum dataset at ECAD - Home European Climate Assessment AND Dataset - https://www.ecad.eu/ in year 2012, from period 1775-2004.

Data source (Czech hydrometeorological institute):
http://portal.chmi.cz/historicka-data/pocasi/praha-klementinum#

Work with TXT-CSV data was done in bash (cat, grep, sed, cut, tr), including formulas for Libre Office Calc. Graphs was created in MS Excell 2003 (.xls) and converted to minimum size (png 8 bit, compression 9).

Highest values are red, average values green and lowest values blue, precipitation (sum and highest daily amount) are always in blue columns.

Scripts have been checked, but there can still occur mistake somewhere.


Statistics for 12 DECEMBER 1775-2018 (precipitation 1805-2018) - all graphs for this month:

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« Odpowiedź #34 dnia: Luty 28, 2020, 23:29:39 pm »
All statistics data for download - long-term moving averages (1-201 years long moving averages for yearly statistics), yearly statistics for whole years, seasonal statistics, monthly statistics - all months together and statistics for each month (January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December).

Big Libre Office file with all data (.ods), XLS and CSV files with long-term moving averages (1-201 years long moving averages for yearly statistics), yearly statistics for whole years, seasonal statistics, monthly statistics - all months together and statistics for each month (January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December) - CSV file with average, highest, lowest value and number of days with temperature-precipitation characteristics.

All graphs - long-term moving averages (1-201 years long moving averages for yearly statistics), yearly statistics for whole years, seasonal statistics, monthly statistics - all months together and statistics for each month (January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December).


http://meteotommy.twilightsparkle.cz/CR/Klementinum/Klementinum_Portal_NV_20200224.7z



Gallery of graphs:
http://meteotommy.twilightsparkle.cz/OBR/Graphs_From_Work_With_Data_Articles_Forum_Etc/Klementinum_Portal_1775_2017/