Commit 7b9ecf17 authored by Pierre Cazenave's avatar Pierre Cazenave

Add a brief description of the differences between this version of the toolbox...

Add a brief description of the differences between this version of the toolbox and the one at
parent c7ce936d
Pierre Cazenave <> fvcom-toolbox ChangeLog
* Replace hard-coded variables with arguments to function call.
* Add support for adding equilibrium amplitudes and beta love numbers.
* Replace use of external NetCDF library with MATLAB native tools.
* Add support for writing out equilibrium amplitudes and beta love numbers.
* New function to write out timeseries of surface elevations to a NetCDF
file. Currently writes a broken file (or at least, I didn't manage to get
FVCOM to run a model successfully with this input file).
* Requires the Tide Model Driver from Oregon State University at
* New function to accompany set_elevtide.m to output a time series of
surface elevations. Note - pretty certain this isn't writing exactly the
write format just yet. If you fix it, let me know.
* Create a new function to output constant temperature and salinity at the
open boundaries. Based on the example_FVCOM_tsobc.m file.
* Add the ability to extract open boundaries from the defined nodestrings
in the SMS grid file (.2dm).
* Note - the SMS grid name must be a single work (no spaces). If the script
failes to load your grid, chances are its name is "Default Coverage". If
you change it to "mesh" in either the .2dm file or the SMS project, this
script should work.
* Add arguments to the function so that the estimated current velocity and
tidal range aren't hard-coded in the function.
* Also add a crude conversion from lat/long distances to UTM (metres)
using a great circle appoximation.
* Now includes a lot more examples of different types of surface plots
(e.g. vectors at specific layers).
* Calculate the residual vector for a given 2D time series.
* Use the output of do_residual.m to plot residual vectors.
* Pick and plot a transect through model output.
* Function to convert from lat/long to UTM.
* From
* Function to convert from UTM to lat/long.
* From
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