We are building up a library of useful utilities within the project which may have a wider application.
On the github site
we have a variety of packages of code, including:
HighResMIP-storm_reader - python code to read the CMOR-like storm files that will become available on the CEDA archives
HighResMIP-extreme_indices - python code using the ICCLIM package to calculate climate extreme indices
HighResMIP-futureSSTSeaice - code base used to generate the future SST and sea-ice forcing for the HighResMIP experiment highresSST-future out to 2050
Coming soon - standard code used to calculate other model indices (such as AMO, AMM, El Nino), as well as code to calculate power spectra and the like, to be used in forthcoming manuscripts from the project.
Full data outputs from the models (as per the CMIP6 HighResMIP data request specification) will become available on ESGF in early 2019.
Tropical and extra-tropical cyclones
Tracking the model simulations (using TRACK and TempestExtremes algorithms to far) for both tropical and extra-tropical storms in ongoing. This data is available within CEDA-JASMIN only currently, but will be coming to CEDA archives in early 2019.
The list of models that have been tracked can be seen at this google doc
Climate extremes indices
These are being calculated using the ICCLIM software, and will be made available via: