Commit e324ca0c authored by Ralf Greve's avatar Ralf Greve
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Quick Start Manual updated.

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\phantom{$\longrightarrow$} polythermal two-layer scheme (POLY) \citep{greve_blatter_2016}.
\item
Run v5\_grl16\_bm4\_ss25ka
Run v5\_grl16\_bm5\_ss25ka
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$\longrightarrow$ Greenland ice sheet, SIA, resolution 16~km,
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\begin{enumerate}
\item For example, to run simulation v5\_grl16\_bm4\_ss25ka, use the script sico.sh:
\item For example, to run simulation v5\_grl16\_bm5\_ss25ka, use the script sico.sh:
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\hspace*{10mm}\verb+(./sico.sh -m v5_grl16_bm4_ss25ka) >out_001.dat 2>&1 &+
\hspace*{10mm}\verb+(./sico.sh -m v5_grl16_bm5_ss25ka) >out_001.dat 2>&1 &+
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(from directory sicopolis/runs, bash required). Accordingly for the other simulations.
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......@@ -518,7 +518,7 @@ Vostok (xxx=Vo), Dome A (xxx=DA), Dome C (xxx=DC), Dome F (xxx=DF), Kohnen (xxx=
Complete set of fields (topography, velocity, temperature etc., written in NetCDF (*.nc) format) for selected time slices defined in specifications file.
For example, simulation v5\_grl16\_bm4\_ss25ka produces three files v5\_grl16\_bm4\_\-ss25ka0001.nc, v5\_grl16\_bm4\_ss25ka0002.nc and v5\_grl16\_bm4\_ss25ka0003.nc, which correspond to $t=0$, 10\,ka and 25\,ka, respectively.
For example, simulation v5\_grl16\_bm5\_ss25ka produces three files v5\_grl16\_bm5\_\-ss25ka0001.nc, v5\_grl16\_bm5\_ss25ka0002.nc and v5\_grl16\_bm5\_ss25ka0003.nc, which correspond to $t=0$, 10\,ka and 25\,ka, respectively.
\end{itemize}
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\section{Plotting}
\label{sect_plotting}
The output described in Sect.~\ref{sect_output} can be visualized with any plotting tool at the user's preference. Ncview (http://meteora.ucsd.edu/$\sim${}pierce/ncview\_home\_page.html) is a very nice browser for NetCDF files to get a quick and easy look. For more sophisticated plots, one possibility is to use MATLAB, which has an extensive library for NetCDF files (https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/network-common-data-form.html). For instance, the following script plots the final surface topography of the Greenland simulation v5\_grl16\_bm4\_ss25ka (credit: Mathieu Morlighem, University of California Irvine).
The output described in Sect.~\ref{sect_output} can be visualized with any plotting tool at the user's preference. Ncview (http://meteora.ucsd.edu/$\sim${}pierce/ncview\_home\_page.html) is a very nice browser for NetCDF files to get a quick and easy look. For more sophisticated plots, one possibility is to use MATLAB, which has an extensive library for NetCDF files (https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/network-common-data-form.html). For instance, the following script plots the final surface topography of the Greenland simulation v5\_grl16\_bm5\_ss25ka (credit: Mathieu Morlighem, University of California Irvine).
\vspace*{2ex}
\noindent\hspace*{5mm}\verb+filename = 'v5_grl16_bm4_ss25ka0003.nc';+
\noindent\hspace*{5mm}\verb+filename = 'v5_grl16_bm5_ss25ka0003.nc';+
\\[-0.5ex]
\hspace*{5mm}\verb+x = ncread(filename,'x');+
\\[-0.5ex]
......@@ -705,7 +705,7 @@ v5\_vialov3d25 & $100\;\mathrm{ka}$\hspace*{1.0em}
v5\_emtp2sge25\_expA & $200\;\mathrm{ka}$\hspace*{1.0em}
& $20\;\mathrm{ a}$\hspace*{1.0em}
& 3&$9\;\mathrm{min}$ \\
v5\_grl16\_bm4\_ss25ka & $25\;\mathrm{ka}$\hspace*{1.0em}
v5\_grl16\_bm5\_ss25ka & $25\;\mathrm{ka}$\hspace*{1.0em}
& $5\;\mathrm{ a}$\hspace*{1.0em}
& 9&$7\;\mathrm{min}$ \\
v5\_ant40\_b2\_ss25ka & $25\;\mathrm{ka}$\hspace*{1.0em}
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