SCI: Standardized Climate Indices Such as SPI, SRI or SPEI

Functions for generating Standardized Climate Indices (SCI). SCI is a transformation of (smoothed) climate (or environmental) time series that removes seasonality and forces the data to take values of the standard normal distribution. SCI was originally developed for precipitation. In this case it is known as the Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI).

AuthorLukas Gudmundsson & James H. Stagge
Date of publication2016-05-03 11:03:16
MaintainerLukas Gudmundsson <lukas.gudmundsson@env.ethz.ch>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)
Version1.0-2

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SCI
SCI/inst
SCI/inst/CITATION
SCI/NAMESPACE
SCI/R
SCI/R/distrstart.r
SCI/R/sci.r
SCI/R/sci_distributions.r
SCI/MD5
SCI/DESCRIPTION
SCI/ChangeLog
SCI/man
SCI/man/pe3.Rd SCI/man/dist.start.Rd SCI/man/genlog.Rd SCI/man/fitSCI.Rd SCI/man/SCI-package.Rd

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