Re: Taylor diagram - about "ratio"

From: Will Hobbs <Will.Hobbs_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Wed Nov 06 2013 - 20:29:36 MST


The value of 1.65 is just a plot default, which can be changed by modifying the Taylor diagram script. There is no reason, physical or mathematical, why the ratio should not be higher than 1.65.

Several models/metrics in the CMIP5 ensemble have ratios > 2.5


From: r <<>>
Date: Thursday, 7 November 2013 2:26 PM
To: ncl-talk <<>>
Subject: [ncl-talk] Taylor diagram - about "ratio"


I am doing a Taylor diagram for the first time. My problem is about "ratio".

The definition is:
    ratio: Case_Variance/Reference_Variance

And in "taylor_1.ncl<>: Default Taylor diagram", it tells:
    All ratio values must be between 0 and 1.65
I want to known why it is 1.65? If i calculate ratio bigger than 1.65, is it reasonable?


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