Foreword Dear EuBrewNet contributor – in our second newsletter we tell you how your data is being used by more and more researchers and how it is becoming more visible through cooperation with NDACC and WOUDC. Along with other technical updates, including the new version 2 algorithm, EuBrewNet also now offers more data products and…Details
We are happy to announce that it is now possible to generate WOUDC files in EUBREWNET! For example, you can generate monthly CSV files using: www.eubrewnet.org/eubrewnet/woudc/csv?brewerid=157&date=2019-01&level=1.5&file_version=1 Please replace 157 with the serial number of your Brewer, enter the desired month, and specify the EUBREWNET product level to generate (1.5 or 2). More detailed information on…Details
Eubrewnet’s products are processed using the configurations stored in its data server. These configurations include at least the same information as the standard ICF files. In this guide we briefly describe how to create a new configuration or update an existing one. More information can be found in the User Manual at the Eubrewnet Wiki.…Details
Foreword Dear EUBREWNET contributor – did you know that your data is now considered part of a fiducial reference network and is used for TROPOMI Sentinel 5P ozone validation? In this our first newsletter you can find out how EUBREWNET, which you all played a part in creating, has matured and developed and is working…Details
We have created a new page with the most relevant papers and presentations related to Eubrewnet, see http://www.eubrewnet.org/cost1207/eubrewnets-bibliography/
We will keep updating this list in the upcoming months!
Each Brewer spectrophotometer communicates with a local PC where the raw data is stored. To upload the raw data from the client PC to the Eubrewnet database, a code written in Python 2.7 has to be set up in the local PC (or any other computer which has access to the Brewer raw data). When…Details