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Old 04-11-2011, 08:48 PM   #1
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FIRECalc - 2010 Data Added

Finally, all the 2010 data is available FIRECalc has been updated.

Keep in mind that this should not change the results much. FIRECalc functions similarly to trying to predict the likely temperature in April 2050 based on April temperatures for the past 100 years. Given that all we can do is predict a wide range of possibilities, adding or missing the past month's temperatures is going to have negligible effect on the prediction.
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Keep in mind that this should not change the results much. FIRECalc functions similarly to trying to predict the likely temperature in April 2050 based on April temperatures for the past 100 years. Given that all we can do is predict a wide range of possibilities, adding or missing the past month's temperatures is going to have negligible effect on the prediction.
I'm sure this won't stop many of us from running our numbers through Firecalc one more time though, just to make sure.
Not that I'm OCD or anything, you understand
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If the data is updated for 2010, why does the spreadsheet only show through 2009 no matter what starting year is input? Where does one see the data in any output?
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