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Jul 11, 2017
4 years 4 months The R2 is now computed in another way, the Beta0 was forgotten and is now computed and more checks are performed on the input data.
Commit 1977, by Mathias Bavay
Jul 12, 2017
4 years 4 months More documentation, more checks for the multiple linear regression
Commit 1978, by Mathias Bavay
Jul 14, 2017
4 years 4 months The multiple linear interpolation class has a new structure, more along the lines of the other statistical regression models. A few more checks have been implemented. Tests conducted for precipitation in the Valais are very promising: the R2 jumps fr
Commit 1979, by Mathias Bavay
Jul 17, 2017
4 years 4 months FitModel::min_nb_pts is not const anymore since this was required for properly handling user-defined lapse rates. There were possibilities of using nodata in the computation of ILWREPS, this is not properly tested for. The documentation has been ex
Commit 1980, by Mathias Bavay
4 years 4 months The new Trend class now has a toString() method
Commit 1981, by Mathias Bavay
4 years 4 months Making the FitMult class as similar as possible to FitModel
Commit 1982, by Mathias Bavay
4 years 4 months First implementation of the multi-linear fit in InterpolationsAlgorithms. We will see how it performs... (ie it is probably not a good idea to use it yet)
Commit 1983, by Mathias Bavay
Jul 18, 2017
4 years 4 months The getInfo() method was not reporting the information for the multi-trend model...
Commit 1984, by Mathias Bavay
Jul 19, 2017
4 years 4 months The NOISE filter has been merged with Add and Mult, respectively. The syntax of these two filters has been changed and it is now mandatory to provide a "type" argument.
Commit 1985, by Mathias Bavay
Jul 20, 2017
4 years 4 months Small documentation improvements
Commit 1986, by Mathias Bavay
4 years 4 months Documentation improvement: providing reasonnable values for an atmospheric emissivity lapse rate
Commit 1987, by Mathias Bavay
4 years 4 months Documentation fixes
Commit 1988, by Mathias Bavay
Jul 21, 2017
4 years 4 months making the Meteo1DInterpolator structure closer to DateCreator / ProcessingBlock, etc
Commit 1989, by Mathias Bavay
4 years 4 months The new, named arguments syntax has been brought to the Meto1DInterpolations
Commit 1990, by Mathias Bavay
Jul 24, 2017
4 years 4 months More code factorization, improved error messages
Commit 1991, by Mathias Bavay
4 years 4 months Now, RSWR is NOT anymore used by default to compute ISWR in the AllSky and TauCLD generators, it must be forced with USE_RSWR (since it is not very performant)
Commit 1992, by Mathias Bavay
Jul 27, 2017
4 years 4 months More options have been exposed for the IIR filter and its "type" now describes another option. The documentation has been expanded.
Commit 1993, by Mathias Bavay
4 years 4 months Documentation improvement and more logical "if ... then ... else ..." order
Commit 1994, by Mathias Bavay
4 years 4 months When evaluating the cloudiness, it is important to know if it is night or day. If ISWR==nodata and use_rswr=false, this was not evaluated anymore, losing some important information (even if the albedo evaluation is very imprecise, at least it can be
Commit 1995, by Mathias Bavay
Jul 28, 2017
4 years 4 months Code cleanup to make clang happy
Commit 1996, by Mathias Bavay

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