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Climate Science & Meteorology

For most of the population it is quite impossible to comprehend the ongoing studies and effort involved in meteorology & climatology. These fields are essential to so many aspects of science and offer quality and security in everyday life.

Why GenStat?

When applying the results of research so fundamental it is important to choose the right tools. GenStat is the only software of it’s kind to concentrate on the life sciences. With a growing awareness that new technologies can support and often accelerate results, GenStat provides all the tools you need ensure viable, effective results and forecasting.

  • Analyse large, complex datasets easily and efficiently
  • Assist in defining factors that affect your research
  • Discover patterns in vast sets of data
  • Define climatic variables
  • Determine climatic risk factors
  • Examine traits of agro-economic importance
  • Forecast and make predictions
  • Integrate agricultural and climatic data

With thousands of analyses, procedures and directives a single page isn’t nearly enough to show off GenStat. The following is but a small example of some of the possibilities; to gauge the full potential why not try GenStat for yourself?

  • Design experiments and plan climatic monitoring systems
  • Analysis of variance to compare varieties and trends
  • Mixed modelling using REML and HGLMs
  • Kriging for climatic variables
  • Windrose diagrams
  • Model data using generalized linear modelling
  • Seasonal forecasting
  • Analysis of circular data

Whatever your area of expertise be it air flow, climate change or weather pattern, we understand our role is to support you in collating relevant data and producing accurate results. We promise to deliver yearly updates based on your input along with an unparalleled level of support to assist in your research and progress the sciences of meteorology and climatology.

“Climate is what we expect, weather is what we get.” Mark Twain