Yes, you would need a *.DEF file with the same name as your data
I've created one and tested it on another data set with the same
input format and it seems to work (see attached). Please note that
there seems to be a mistake in your longitude, and that you're
missing the WMO station number, elevation and time zone, which I've
taken from my station listing for the whole world.
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On 3/17/2013 9:13 PM, 武政 孝治 wrote:
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I was misspelled.
whather converter is a mistake. weather converter is
Thank you for Reply.
I tried to convert the clm formatted file using
It is a file in the following format.
# ascii climate file from EA_JAP_Tokyo.dat
# defined in: EA AMeDAS climatec data Tokyo
# col 1: Diffuse solar on the horizontal
# col 2: External dry bulb temperature (Tenths
# col 3: Direct normal solar intensity (W/m**2)
# col 4: Prevailling wind speed (Tenths m/s)
# col 5: Wind direction (clockwise deg from
# col 6: Relative humidity (Percent)
Tokyo # site name
1995 35.0 4.70 0 #year latitude long diff rad
1 365 #period (julian days)
* day 1 month 1
When I use the whather converter, do I need a
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