Articles | Volume 11, issue 11
Geosci. Model Dev., 11, 4435–4449, 2018
Geosci. Model Dev., 11, 4435–4449, 2018
Methods for assessment of models
05 Nov 2018
Methods for assessment of models | 05 Nov 2018

Regional Climate Model Evaluation System powered by Apache Open Climate Workbench v1.3.0: an enabling tool for facilitating regional climate studies

Huikyo Lee et al.

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Cited articles

ana4MIPs: Reanalysis for MIPs, available at:, last access: 4 October 2018. a
ASF: The Apache Software Foundation (ASF), available at:, last access: 4 October 2018a. a
ASF: The Apache Incubator Project, available at:, last access: 4 October 2018b. a
ASF: The Apache License v2.0, available at:, last access: 15 March 2018c. a
CONDA-FORGE: CONDA-FORGE, available at:, last access: 4 October 2018. a
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