My previous post on Westcoast cooling was written a few weeks ago and only published today.
Since that time I have learned how to map the data using an [R] package called RGoogleMaps. And then I used Graphics Magick to turn all the png files to an animated gif.
[...] Update: See the cooling as an animated gif. [...]
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Comment by kim2ooo — April 26, 2012 @ 9:54 PM
[...] using the R package RGoogeMaps which I’ve used before. So I started by calculating the trend in Celsius / Decade for each grid roughly near North and [...]
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