|Feb 9, 2016|
|5 years 8 months ||Fixed a bug: since the variance could be nodata, it should be
checked before taking the sqrt
|5 years 8 months ||Fixed a warning found on osX
|5 years 8 months ||Getting-MeteoIO, Add link to svnX|
|5 years 8 months ||Making the order of the min and max rates of change unimportant in
the Rate filter. Fixed a small logic bug in the snow/noSnow filter.
|Feb 8, 2016|
|5 years 8 months ||Some small optimizations, code cleanup, documentation clean up and
better handling of the nodata cases. The filter should now be ready
|Feb 5, 2016|
|5 years 8 months ||Several small bugs have been found in FilterSnowNosnow. Now it
behaves in a more logical manner. However, the logic could still be
improved (it should keep the same filtering strategy for the whole
day instead of re-evaluating at each time step). A p
|5 years 8 months ||Now the full method has decsribed in the CCES report has been
implemented. Please note that there is still a bug hidden somewhere
that has to be found...
|Feb 3, 2016|
|5 years 8 months ||More detailed error messages when the timestamps are not properly
sorted. Better behavior of the GSN plugin when the data is missing
but the metadata could be retrieved (so at least we know that the
station is valid).
|Jan 29, 2016|
|5 years 8 months ||Code cleanup, removing some unecessary stuff for CTest
|Jan 28, 2016|
|5 years 8 months ||Now the SHADE filter will use the last valid splitting coefficient
if it can not compute one, within 24 hours. When the measured
radiation is too low, no correction is applied because it can only
be diffuse radiation (at dawn/dusk).
|5 years 8 months ||And now the ALS_scaling interpolation properly works, including when
using a temperature threshold criteria
|5 years 8 months ||The mass was not conserved in the ALS_scaling algorithm. This now
works properly when ignoring the air temperature and still shows
small differences when taking into account the local air temperature.
|5 years 8 months ||Re-applying commit 1629 that appears in the logs but not in the code
(no idea what happened)
|5 years 8 months ||Now multiple stations are properly supported by the SHADE filter
(when computing the mask from the DEM)
|Jan 27, 2016|
|5 years 8 months ||A bug in the MeteoData::mergeTimeSeries() method has been fixed that
was related to the handling of extra parameters. The SHADE filter
can now compute masks directly from the DEM, but this has required
to propagate the Config object all the way down
|Jan 26, 2016|
|5 years 8 months ||updating the syntax as the aggregation filters got replaced by a new
|5 years 8 months ||The horizon computation in the DEMObject has been fully redone,
copying what is done in Alpine3D. This should be more accurate and
much more efficient.
|Jan 25, 2016|
|5 years 8 months ||The new AGGREGATE filter has been tested and now replaces the other,
multiple filters that used to do similar aggregation.
|Jan 22, 2016|
|5 years 8 months ||Documenting the new SHADE filter
|5 years 8 months ||A new method has been implemented in order to apply a horizon mask
to ISWR. This has not been properly tested yet, this will come soon!