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Code Figure | Meaning |
---|---|

0 |
Unweighted Mean of All Members |

1 |
Weighted Mean of All Members |

2 |
Standard Deviation with respect
to Cluster Mean |

3 |
Standard Deviation with respect
to Cluster Mean, Normalized |

4 |
Spread of All Members |

5 |
Large Anomaly Index of All
Members (see Note 1) |

6 |
Unweighted Mean of the Cluster Members |

7 |
Interquartile Range (Range between the 25th and 75th quantile) |

8 | Minimum Of All Ensemble Members (see Note 2) |

9 | Maximum Of All Ensemble Members (see Note 2) |

7-191 |
Reserved |

192-254 |
Reserved for Local Use |

192 |
Unweighted Mode of All Members |

193 |
Percentile value (10%) of All Members |

194 |
Percentile value (50%) of All Members |

195 |
Percentile value (90%) of All Members |

196 |
Statistically decided weights for each ensemble member |

197 |
Climate Percentile (percentile values from climate distribution) |

255 | Missing |

Notes:1. Large anomaly index is defined as {(number of members whose anomaly is higher than 0.5*SD) - (number of members whose anomaly is lower than -0.5*SD)}/(number of members) at each grid point. SD is the observed climatological standard deviation. 2. It should be noted that the reference for "minimum of all ensemble members" and "maximum of all ensemble members" is the set of ensemble members and not a time interval and should not be confused with the maximum and minimum described by Product Definition Template 4.8. |