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  1. USGS water use data visualization emphasizing the newly added 2015 dataset.

    JavaScript 8 14

  2. Creating some R hype by showing off advanced techniques applied to USGS science.

    HTML 2 5

  3. Example package for learning how to create R packages. Purposely has mistakes and missing information.

    R 13

  4. Create local PNG maps of specific days using model output data.

    R 2

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January 2022

Created 1 repository

Created a pull request in USGS-R/lake-temperature-model-prep that received 33 comments

Code to switch to new GCMs & scale up to MN

Scaling up to MN will require one additional step, which is to have a more robust way to subset our lakes to MN than what I did here. I was able to…

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Opened 3 other pull requests in 2 repositories
USGS-R/lake-temperature-model-prep 1 open 1 merged
USGS-VIZLAB/gw-conditions 1 merged
Reviewed 7 pull requests in 4 repositories
USGS-R/lake-temperature-model-prep 3 pull requests
Kfaunce/ds-pipelines-targets-2 2 pull requests
USGS-R/lake-temperature-process-models 1 pull request
Kfaunce/ds-pipelines-targets-3 1 pull request

Created an issue in USGS-R/lake-temperature-model-prep that received 13 comments

Switch to debiased GCMs

David has those available now on THREDDS. Fixes the data but also adds longwave radiation, which will need to be a new variable added to our workflow.

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