[TH : I moved the links to a secure https address, as some people seemed to be picking up malware on the download. The executable itself is clean. The new approach is described below.]
I know that people are excited today about the big game between Real Madrid and Granada, but I have even more exciting news. Everyone now has the ability to do the same analysis of climate data which I have been doing. You can download it here. Download the PullingBackTheCurtain .zip file, unzip it, enter the PullingBackTheCurtain directory, and click on PullingBackTheCurtain.exe to run.
Current version is only for Windows. It also runs on Mac and Linux, but I haven’t figured out how to distribute the executable for those platforms yet.
The current version is only for the US. A new version will be coming out shortly which will allow you to add whatever global stations you want.
The screen size and shape is designed to fit any PC, laptop or tablet screen.
I will be adding lots more features in future releases, but think you will find this version very useful. It is completely free, and free from any malware, spyware or anything else evil. The data is downloaded directly from NOAA, so you have to be connected to the Internet every time you want to get a new station. You can suck up a lot of disk space with these files, so there is a Disk Cleanup button.
When you save an image, it also copies the image to the clipboard – so you can paste it directly into a tweet or E-mail.
No big government, big oil, big tobacco or big coal funding goes into any of my efforts. It took years of development to get to this point, so if you feel inclined there is a donate button on the lower left. Please specify that your donation is a response to this software.
Everything is very intuitive, but if you have any questions I will either answer them or forward them to my dogs.
Time to go for a bike ride and then come back and watch the big match in Granada!