Tag Archives: Visualisation

A pairs density ploy of the JULES inputs that pass level 1 constraints.

Visualising input spaces using emulators

In a previous post, I looked at some of the ways we could visualise the input space of climate models, when they are constrained to produce behaviour that looks something like the real world. I used parallel co-ordinates plots and pairs plots to visualise the high (32) dimensional input space of the JULES land surface […]

How fast is Arctic sea ice refreezing this year?

Bishop Hill have a post stating “Isn’t the Arctic refreeze quick this year?” I’ve done a quick check on the rate that the ice is refreezing this winter, compared to the previous years. It’s not a terribly scientific method – just copying this years trajectory and moving it to match the previous years by eye. […]