####Welcome to climada, the **clim**ate **ada**ptation tool
- Go to the wiki and read the introduction and find out what climada and ECA is.
- See an example video of Hurricane Sidr affecting Bangladesh.
- Are you ready to start adapting? This wiki page helps you to get started!
- Read more on natural catastrophe modelling and look at the GUI that we have prepared for you.
- Read the climada manual (PDF).
#####Additional information climada core module (MATLAB), https://github.com/davidnbresch/climada
This contains the full climada distribution. To get it all in one, click on the "Download ZIP" button on the lower right hand side of github, or just clone this repository. Works both if main folder renamed to 'climada' or left as 'climada-root', just source startup.m in MATLAB and test using climada_demo.
See folder docs/climada_manual.pdf to get started. Consider running compile_all_function_headers to generate a html file with all the function headers and direct links to the source code of your local installation.
Once you have installed core climada, you might expand its functionality by adding additional modules (see repositories on GitHub under https://github.com/davidnbresch). In order to grant core climada access to additional modules, create a folder 'modules' in the core climada folder and copy/move any additional modules into climada/modules. You can shorten the folder names (i.e. get rid of 'climada_modules' and '-master' in the module folder names, e.g. shorten 'climada_modules_tc_surge-master' to 'tc_surge' - climada parses the content of the modules dir and treats what's in there). You might also create a folder 'parallel' to climada (i.e. in the same folder as the core climada folder) and name it climada_modules to store additional modules, but this special setup is for developer use mainly). Once you've cloned repositories to your desktop, please consider the climada command climada_git_pull_repositories to update your repositories from within climada (saves you keeping track of all repositories and updating each separately).
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