Map: Standard deviation for rainfall 2001-2016, global tropics
Karttur’s GeoImagine Framework is a Spatial Data Integrated development Environment (SPIDE) that can be used to script your own Earth. It is a toolbox for advanced handling of spatial data. To use the Framework you first have to Install and setup spatial data IDE and then you can jump into Karttur’s GeoImagine Framework.
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