|Sep 14, 2019|
|4 days 22 hours ||Removed function definition that should come only in a next update
and prevents compilation
|Sep 13, 2019|
|5 days 14 hours ||Exposed list2DGrids for compatibility with streamflow
|Sep 9, 2019|
|9 days 16 hours ||Documentation fixes: some code examples were using an invalid Date()
|Sep 6, 2019|
|12 days 16 hours ||Improved documentation
|12 days 16 hours ||A new TimeFilter has been implemented to sort the timestamps in
|12 days 16 hours ||It is now possible to read and parse CSV files containing mulotiple
stations in one file, each line containing a station ID. In this
case, the requested station ID must be declared with the CSV#_ID
|Sep 5, 2019|
|13 days 18 hours ||Minor tweak to CsvIO
|Aug 31, 2019|
|19 days 9 hours ||Removal of two debugging loops. Why is this always so easy to see
once it's online?
|19 days 10 hours ||Singular value decomposition implemented, albeit the most easy one,
and therefore probably still not enough to tackle matrices that
|Aug 30, 2019|
|19 days 16 hours ||One step towards singular values decomposition: Eigenvalues and
vectors of symmetrical matrices via Jacobi. My code, so no license
troubles. Further styling and updating a dead link.
|19 days 17 hours ||The handling of location information in the data section had been
butchered by the latest changes to location handling, it is now
|19 days 22 hours ||Cosmetic changes: making sure we use ii, jj, kk etc indices so
searches work better
|20 days 21 minutes ||Minor code cleanup in libsmet (factoring a little bit more the
append/not append code). Improved documentation in Date as well as
making internal arrays private. White spaces changes in Coords.
|Aug 29, 2019|
|20 days 12 hours ||Offering an alternative, completely independent, solver for linear
systems via Gauss elimination with partial pivoting. Matrix
inversion is about 2.4 times slower than the Doolittle version but
it can handle rogue zeros at the diagonal.
|20 days 15 hours ||Interestingly, the reference lat/lon in the tests were slightly off,
leading to errors when comparing the provided lat/lon with the
re-computed lat/lon from easting/northing...
|20 days 18 hours ||So, the mysterious compilation messages related to strerror now make
sense: depending on the include, it is either std::strerror or not
part of std! It has been changed to be consistent...
|Aug 28, 2019|
|21 days 20 hours ||Trying to address issue 774: now when both lat/lon and east/north
coordinates are provided, their consistency is checked (it used to
be this way a while ago but somehow this behavior ceased, probably
because of some refactoring in Coords).
|22 days 1 hour ||Fixed some missing includes and wrong namespace that prevented
|Aug 27, 2019|
|22 days 13 hours ||Ciao Eigen, you were just too big. Maybe we can learn from you that
all arrays should have the same base class.
|22 days 14 hours ||Switching the particle and Kalman filter to the MeteoIO matrix
class. The results are indistinguishable in the example program, and
it's even 1/3rd faster. I hope I got all index increment
transitions, needs retesting of the more 'obscure' features.