Climate Data Toolbox for Matlab
Welcome to the Climate Data Toolbox for Matlab! Here are some tips on getting started with CDT:
For a complete list of CDT functions, datasets, and tutorials, check out the CDT Contents page.
The best and most up-to-date version of CDT can always be found on GitHub or you can install it directly through the Add-Ons menu. That looks like this in the HOME menu:
Click Get Add-Ons, look up Climate Data Toolbox, and follow the prompts to download and install CDT automatically.
Other options You can get a usually-out-of-date latest "Release" of CDT here (about 100 MB) and just double-click on the file to install it:
Just double-click on that file and when the menu pops up, click Install. Installation should take less than a second.
2. Alternatively, if you haven't already downloaded the mltbx file, you can get it via the Add-On button from directly within Matlab.
Need help? Just type
to access TMD documentation. For help with specific functions, type cdt followed by the function name. For example,
to access help for the eof function.
Still need help?
- The fastest way to get help is to ask a question on the Matlab Answers forum.
- If you find a bug or experience some other technical issue that the Answers forum cannot solve, please report it via the CDT Issues page.
- You can also try emailing me directly at email@example.com. I can't promise a response, but I do read all the messages I receive. To maximize your chances of receiving a response, please describe the issue you're experiencing, describe what you're trying to accomplish, include any error messages, and provide a minimal working example if applicable.
I've posted a few tutorial videos on my youtube channel. Check 'em out if you want to, and let me know if you'd like me to cover anything in particular in future videos.
Please cite our paper!
Chad A. Greene, Kaustubh Thirumalai, Kelly A. Kearney, Jose Miguel Delgado, Wolfgang Schwanghart, Natalie S. Wolfenbarger, Kristen M. Thyng, David E. Gwyther, Alex S. Gardner, and Donald D. Blankenship. The Climate Data Toolbox for MATLAB. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 2019. doi:10.1029/2019GC008392