Commit 3c49a6f8 authored by Joel Zeder's avatar Joel Zeder
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Adapted README file

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- Apply "save_res" option:
If set to true, results are saved in df_res_temp. These are concatenated
to df_res_master if command is typed: 'join_dataframes(results=T)'
- Produce extreme precipitation and temperature index dataframes:
Run the scripts in '1_Data_Reader.R' and then run
'join_dataframes(precip=T)' or 'join_dataframes(temp=T)', respectively.
- Metadata on stations:
Metadata on stations is saved in 'df_meta_d_used'
- Indices of subregions in df_xxxx_d dataframes:
Indices of such stations are stored in list 'ind$<subregion>', e.g.
'ind$AS' for southern Alpine region AS.
- Region/Altitude/Country-statistics on scaling (e.g. averages,
weighted averages, return periods, average cluster size etc.) are
found in 'df_trendstat_d_test_weight', can be loaded via
'load(paste0("../Output/Data/df_res_test_weight",temp_name,".RData"))'
- 100'000 resamplings of non-stationary GEV with \alpha_CC=0.065:
These results (estimates of these 100'000 resamplings can be loaded
with 'load(paste0("../Output/Data/df_bootstrap_gev.Rdata"))'
Metadata on stations is saved in 'df_meta_d'
- Indices of seasons in df_xxxx_d dataframes:
Indices of such stations are stored in list 'ind$<season>', e.g.
'ind$JJA' for JJA maxima.
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