We have been generating data for about half of the western US starting 2017-01-01, but it did not include parts of Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.
Due to interest from folks in these states we are presently
data for these states starting 2019-01-01, using the
newly released WRF container (see below). This additional coverage
now includes all of Kansas and Oklahoma, and northern Texas.
We seek participants
to continue data contributions for this and other regions, see this
which describes the WRF data generator. You can download the
Docker container package
package which generates the
Weather, Forecast, and Research
(WRF) data used in the
tools has been released by Agrineer.org and can be found
Data contribution by third parties to the GDC and SME projects for specific geographic sectors can be done with this package. If you would like to contribute data for a new sector please contact us here to register.
Note that the package can generate the necessary WRF data for any part of the world, from Argentina to Zimbabwe. Also note that you DO NOT need to submit the data to us in order to do a run of the SME or GDC (see instructions in README.md). You can run the SME and GDC on your own computer and obtain the text reports they produce.
This container has been designed for compute servers but it can also be run on current multi-core desktop computers.
This release completes the set of necessary components for the GDC and SME projects by providing the data engine source code. See the software download section here for the other components.
Agrineer.org is a founding member of IndieCompLabs.org, a group of computational laboratories dedicated to open source projects that are both practical and educational, from satellite remote sensing to down-to-earth fablabs.
Follow the links on the left navigation bar or on images below to use the applications and to get more information.
For discussions about Agrineer.org and the GDC and SME applications you can go to our Google group Agrineerorg (note that in this case there is no '.' before the 'org') Agrineerorg . The full software is freely available at GitLab: gitlab.com/agrineer.