The STATISTICS command just lists the result to the terminal window, as you see. We would need a function to return standard deviation for a variable at each time over a range. That would be pretty easy to write as an external function, but so far as I know nobody has written such a function.
However the STAT sets some SYMBOLS, so that you can capture the output when running a script:
yes? use coads_climatologySo, in a script you could keep a list of ($stat_std) and then plot that. This is an example where the REPEAT command will do what we need.
yes? sp rm sst_std.datThen read the ascii file sst_std.dat, and plot the result as a time series
yes? file/var=std sst_std.dat
On 2/1/2012 8:54 AM, Prakya Shree Ram wrote: