Software Verification

My GHCN/USHCN software calculates a non-gridded average of all US daily or monthly temperature readings (depending on the data source.)

I was wondering how closely my numbers agree with NCDC’s gridded numbers. The graph below shows the difference between my calculated USHCN final numbers and NCDC reported US temperatures. As you can see, the match is very good. There is a 0.25F offset, but the trend is zero. My calculation method does not affect the trend, and is thus valid for how I am using it.

ScreenHunter_393 Jan. 12 08.33

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4 Responses to Software Verification

  1. Andy DC says:

    You deserve a Nobel Prize for bringing the massive scam to light. For once I am being serious and not sarcastic. Of course, since you upset Al Gore’s Appell cart, it will never happen.

  2. Me says:

    It doesn’t look scary enough for them to keep funds rolling in.

  3. Lance says:

    I work in a bank…..if we ‘adjusted’ mortgages…nuf said…

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