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  1. CDS: What is the Climate Data Store (CDS) Toolbox?

    the distributed data repositories. But the CDS also provides also a comprehensive set of software (the CDS Toolbox) which enables users to develop custom-made applications. The applications will make use of the content of the CDS to analyse, monitor and predict the evolution of both climate drivers and impacts. To this end
    Copernicus Knowledge BaseMar 18, 2019
  2. CDS: What is the Climate Data Store (CDS)?

    ). The Copernicus Climate Change service shall provide information to increase the knowledge base to support adaptation and mitigation policies. The Climate Data Store (CDS … and indicators at temporal and spatial scales relevant to adaptation and mitigation strategies for various sectoral and societal benefit areas. The CDS is designed
    Copernicus Knowledge BaseMar 18, 2019
  3. How to install and use CDS API on Windows

    You only need to go through this procedure once, before you can use the CDS API on Windows Prerequisites Have a CDS account. If you don't have an account, please self register at the CDS registration https://cds.climate.copernicus.eu/user/register?destination=%2F%23!%2Fhome page. Have Python (and pip) installed
    Copernicus Knowledge BaseMay 23, 2019
  4. CDS: Is there a forum for the CDS Toolbox users?

    No, at this stage, there is no forum. However, it will be created later this year. Please contact C3S user support https://cds.climate.copernicus.eu/contact-us for more information. Related articles c3s cds
    Copernicus Knowledge BaseMar 18, 2019
  5. How to install and use CDS API on macOS

    You only need to go through this procedure once, before you can use the CDS API on macOS. Prerequisites Have a CDS account. If you don't have an account, please self register at the CDS registration https://cds.climate.copernicus.eu/user/register?destination=%2F%23!%2Fhome page. Option 1: use Python 2. If you
    Copernicus Knowledge BaseMay 16, 2019
  6. CDS: How well does my internet browser support the CDS Toolbox?

    The CDS Toolbox has been tested on the following browsers: Edge 15+ Chrome 60+ Firefox 52+ Safari 10+ Related articles c3s cds
    Copernicus Knowledge BaseMar 18, 2019
  7. CDS-article-2017.pdf

    Data Store (CDS), which provides information about the past, present and future climate in terms of Essential Climate Variables (ECVs) and derived climate indicators. The CDS is a distributed system. It provides improved access to existing but dispersed datasets through a uni!ed web interface. Among other things
  8. CDS: Does the Toolbox support R?

    At this stage, the CDS Toolbox uses Python libraries and it is strongly recommended for the coming libraries to be Python based. However, over the coming year the CDS Toolbox will implement a way to run R tools from within the CDS Toolbox itself. Related articles c3s cds
    Copernicus Knowledge BaseMar 18, 2019
  9. CDS: Where can I find the Climate Data Store (CDS) Toolbox documentation?

    A first graphical user-friendly tour is presented when the user first connects to the CDS Toolbox editor. In addition, the CDS Toolbox documentation link https://cds.climate.copernicus.eu/toolbox/doc/index.html provides a description of the Toolbox content. Related articles c3s cds
    Copernicus Knowledge BaseMar 18, 2019
  10. CDS: How can I find more information about the technical architecture of the Climate Data Store (CDS)?

    The CDS infrastructure provides a "one stop shop" for users to discover and process the data and products that are provided through the defined distributed … describes the CDS concept and infrastructure design in detail. Related articles c3s cds
    Copernicus Knowledge BaseMar 18, 2019