[GRASS-user] Temporal framework: calculating annual 5-day extremes

Mira Kattwinkel kattwinkel-mira at uni-landau.de
Thu Apr 6 02:25:58 PDT 2017

Hi Richard

t.rast.aggregate might be the function you are looking for. It has the 
method 'max'.

For the cycling you might need to somehow loop over the data with 
different starting days.

Best, Mira

On 06/04/17 11:09, RichardCooper wrote:
> I have a time series of rainfall data, and for each year I want to calculate
> the five-day period with maximum rainfall. So I would need to calculate the
> sum of day1 to day5, then day2 to day6, then day3 to day7 etc for the whole
> year, and then output the maximum grid cell 5-day values for each year into
> a single raster.
> To do this in t.rast.accumulate, I can see how to set a temporal cycle of 1
> year (cycle= "12 months"), but not sure how to specify such a rolling sum
> calculation of 5 days as described above. The default method is the 'mean'
> as indicated in r.series.accumulation? I'm not too sure how the accumulation
> is applied in the module.
> Best regards,
> Richard
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Dr. Mira Kattwinkel
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