Quality Control of Weather Data during Extreme Events

@inproceedings{You2006QualityCO,
  title={Quality Control of Weather Data during Extreme Events},
  author={Jinsheng You and Kenneth G. Hubbard},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract Quality assurance (QA) procedures have been automated to reduce the time and labor necessary to discover outliers in weather data. Measurements from neighboring stations are used in this study in a spatial regression test to provide preliminary estimates of the measured data points. The new method does not assign the largest weight to the nearest estimate but, instead, assigns the weights according to the standard error of estimate. In this paper, the spatial test was employed to study… CONTINUE READING

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