Rglimclim: A multisite, multivariate weather generator based on generalised linear models
R, which is freely available from the CRAN link at http://www.R-project.org. It runs under any operating system that can run
R. The package is supplied as a precompiled binary distribution for
Windowsusers, and as a source package for other operating systems. Download the latest version for your operating system here:
|Date||Version||Windows binary||Source package|
|6th March 2014||1.2-2||
|28th February 2014||1.2-1||
|30th January 2014||1.2-0||
|14th November 2013||1.1-0||
|30th October 2013||1.0-2||
|19th October 2013||1.0-1||
|8th October 2013||1.0-0||
ziparchive from the link above, and save it to your computer. Start up
R, ensuring that you have administrative privileges (you may need to right-click on the
Rdesktop icon and select "Run as administrator"). Then, from the
Install package(s) from local zip files: the installation process should be straightforward from here.
R CMD INSTALL --html --clean Rglimclim
sudoon Ubuntu systems, for example).
The command above will ensure that HTML help files are installed and that the installation cleans up after itself. To see the other installation options that are available, type
R CMD INSTALL --help.
Rdocumentation (start up
help.start()and follow the `R Installation and Administration' link).
require(Rglimclim)at the prompt. For an overview of the package, type
help("Rglimclim-package"). This should bring up a help page in a web browser (if it doesn't, type
help("Rglimclim-package",help_type="html")). this help page gives a brief overview of the package; at the bottom is a link to the
Rglimclimevolved from the earlier
Glimclimsuite of programs written in
Fortran 77. It provides considerably enhanced functionality, including multivariate modelling and an array of graphical procedures for examining fitted models and simulation performance.
Glimclimis now defunct, therefore. Nonetheless, for its users the final version can be downloaded from here.