This is the documentation for version v3.2.0-dev. In CLIMADA-project you will find CLIMADA’s contributors, repository and scientific publications. The documentation for CLIMADA-python (the core) can be found here. Note that all the documentations has two versions, ‘latest’ and ‘stable’, and explicit version numbers, such as ‘v3.1.1’, in the url path. ‘latest’ is created from the ‘develop’ branch and has the latest changes by developers, ‘stable’ from the latest release. For more details about documentation versions, please have a look here.
The details for the installation can be found here.
- SupplyChain class
- BlackMarble class
- CLIMADA & OpenStreetMap
- Hazard Emulator
- Crop production risk based on ISIMIP and FAO data
- Hazard: Landslides
- Hazard: RiverFlood
- ECMWF OPERATIONAL FORECAST TRACKS
- Hazard: Tropical cyclone surge from linear wind-surge relationship and a bathtub model
- Hazard: WildFire
- Tutorial Warn module
- MeteoSwiss Storm Example
- Hazard Example - TC Haiti
- Impact Example - Value (USD) Haiti
Documents functions, classes and methods:
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CLIMADA is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, version 3.
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