The S2S Museum is curated by Dr Mio Matsueda of the Universities of Oxford and Tsukuba, and the website is hosted at the University of Tsukuba Its exhibits include:
- Selected verification statistics calculated from the S2S forecasts
- Maps showing ensemble-based forecasts of severe weather for different regions
- Forecasts of the Madden-Julian Oscillation and blocking
- Sample scripts to show how to download and plot S2S data
"The Data Library at the International Research Institute for Climate and Society, or IRIDL, is a web-service and data repository with powerful and freely accessible tools that allow users to view, analyze, or download hundreds of terabytes of climate-related data through a standard web browser available on a tablet, computer or smartphone (Figure 1). A wide variety of operations, from anomaly calculations to more complex EOF or cluster analyses can be performed with just a few clicks."