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Neil Kaye
Climate data scientist specialising in generating interactive websites and bespoke . Views are my own
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Neil Kaye Feb 20
Replying to @paulareisdorf
That's fine use. It's a static image isn't it not an animation? I think the animation just adjusts size.
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Neil Kaye Feb 20
Replying to @paulareisdorf
Can you remind me which one you mean. Your message is not connected to a gif I can see. I'm sure it would be fine for you to use though.
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Neil Kaye Jan 30
Showing UK daily temperature for each year between 1960 and 2019 (compared to average for that day between 1981 and 2010) At the bottom left of each wheel is the % of days in the year that are warmer then the 1981-2010 average for that day
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Neil Kaye Feb 6
Updated animation showing the transition from weather to climate by looking at Central England temperature compared to normal. The graph at the bottom now shows the range of temperature anomalies, which decrease in magnitude as the averaging period increases.
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Neil Kaye Feb 13
Pretty sure it was the rainbow colour schemes, I'd be looking at and the other members of the colour police 😉
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Neil Kaye Feb 13
Replying to @dougmcneall @RARohde
I would say so, still rare to get a full nights sleep 7 years on, still it's all fun and games 😉
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Neil Kaye Feb 13
Replying to @RARohde
Congratulations and I wish you all the happiness in the world. My schadenfreude wishes you 2 years of sleepless nights that I got from my 2 sons!
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Neil Kaye Feb 13
Replying to @WindFmAnalytics
This is possibly true, the data is only provided using a 1961-1990 baseline though so that is what I had to to use. However with a 30 year average these differences should be evened out a bit.
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Neil Kaye Feb 11
Twitter link as I deleted reddit post
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Neil Kaye Feb 11
That's interesting. I did a lego animation of global temperature once but that was removed so maybe depends who is moderating
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Neil Kaye Feb 11
This is really nice. Does data is beautiful allow these now I thought you had to code it?
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Neil Kaye Feb 11
Replying to @physicsJ
I think you're right, might need a for that and then you can explain the physics behind reversing time 😉
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Neil Kaye Feb 11
Replying to @physicsJ
This is what superman did when he reversed time right and brought Lois Lane back from the dead?
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Neil Kaye Feb 10
Replying to @tomstafford
Hi Tom. I'll try and send you mp4 tomorrow if I forget just remind me via Twitter.
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Kevin Pluck Feb 8
New animation showing CO₂ concentration from the Industrial Revolution to present day using particle densities.
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Kevin Pluck Feb 7
New animation showing CO₂ concentration from the Industrial Revolution to present day using particle densities.
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Neil Kaye Feb 7
There is a >90% change that global temperature for at least one of the next 5 years will be warmer than 2016. This shows the distribution of 100 climate projection realisations between 2020 and 2024 in comparison to the last decade.
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Neil Kaye Feb 6
Would if I could Kev! Any animations in the pipeline?
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Neil Kaye Feb 6
I've been posting regularly on twitter for 18 months and now seem to have 10,000 followers. Thanks for following me. I probably wouldn't have got anywhere without early help from and , also I think about half of you follow me because of
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Neil Kaye Feb 6
Replying to @neilrkaye
Note the values are obtained from averaging a previous period. So value shown for Dec 31st 2019 (last in series) is: For average period of 12 months - average of Jan 1st 2019 to Dec 31st 2019 The 30 year average shows average of Jan 1st 1990 to Dec 31st 2019
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