One of the new modules in GRASS GIS 7.03 (RC1) is g.gui.tplot. It is part of the temporal data processing framework (TGRASS) introduced with GRASS GIS 7.0 and lets you plot the values of one or more temporal datasets for a specific point. It furthermore allows plotting data of vector dataset for a defined categories and attribute. In this post I’ll use the tool to plot changes in the annual mean temperature and annual minimum temperature of the coldest month in the last century, using the CRU climate data set. First I’ll provide a brief overview of how to import and prepare the data and finally how to plot a time series using the g.gui.tplot module. Continue reading “Plot of temporal data sets in GRASS GIS”
Collecting and producing data is one thing, combining it and making it easily accessible and useful for the end-users another.
The Template for Assessing Climate Change Impacts and Management Options (TACCIMO) is a nice example of a Web-based tool that provides land owners, managers, and planners in the United States with the most current climate change science available. Continue reading “TACCIMO – a template for Assessing Climate Change Impacts”