code – Efficiently reading grib1/grib2 data from R
I as a meteorologist am often confronted with grib files, a binary file format for gridded data (e.g., weather forecasts). I've put my R package *getgrib* online if someone needs easy access to grib1/grib2 data. The package is far away from beeing finished, however, try it out :). Read More ›
code – Hope being live in autumn!
For those grown up in a meteorological department in Innsbruck, Vienna, Zürich, Leipzig and Berlin the Wetterturnier should be well known. It is a platform where people challenge each other doing the best possible weather forecast for the upcoming weekend! As the existing system is getting old and buggy I've designed a new system over the last years (took quite a while!). However we are in the test phase right now! Read More ›
code – Parallelization with Python
If you have a bunch of smaller jobs you have to go trough you might think of parallelization. While some software offers native parallel execution many do not. Python offers a very simple way to parallelize OpenMP jobs (no shared memory). An example. Read More ›