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climate zones

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10-19-2010 09:56 PM

I live, study and work in Mareeba, Qld. Australia, and most of the projects I am likely to work on are in this area.

 

How can I import more accurate climate files as those given for Brisbane are more than 1000km south of here, and our climate is VERY different.

 

Is it possible to access the climate files from AccuRate, or BERS as developed by CSIRO and load them into Ecotect?

Any climate data in CSV Column Separated Values can be translated to .wea through the weather tool.  You need to track the values for each column from the format that you have.

 

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Re: climate zones

12-27-2010 01:44 PM in reply to: Dibbsy1000

Any climate data in CSV Column Separated Values can be translated to .wea through the weather tool.  You need to track the values for each column from the format that you have.

 

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Re: climate zones

10-02-2011 07:41 PM in reply to: Dibbsy1000

The Find Weather data lets you download hundreds of climate data files for all major cities. Need to unzip the EPW file, load into weather tool and save as WEA file.

 

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Re: climate zones

02-16-2012 04:50 AM in reply to: greenstefan

Dear Greenstefan,

 

I have looking highh and low for weather data of Ho Chi Minh but to no avail.

I came across your thread and found some hope. Can you shed more information on your post?

Any exact website to point to? Many thanks in advance.

 

Regards,

ChinC

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Re: climate zones

10-10-2013 06:40 AM in reply to: jon.gardzelewski

Could you please clarify how to convert from .csv to .wea? Thanks

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