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Together with Makoto Kelp and Daniel Varon, I facilitate the Statistical Learning in Atmospheric Chemistry (SLAC) community. We meet once a month, usually the first Thursday or Friday, for an online session discussing machine learning and data science topics in atmospheric chemistry. All are welcome to join, regardless of institution; we have members across the world. The first half of the one-hour meeting is a roundtable, focused on practical methodology questions, and the second half is an informal seminar or tutorial on a topic relevant to the community. Email me at the academic address in my CV if you are interested in joining the email list. Members of the email list can also access our community-built bank of video tutorials, code examples, and educational resources for all things statistics/ML in atmospheric chemistry.
More information available on the SLAC website.
A long PowerPoint slide deck that examines major data assimilation algorithms (3D-Var, 4D-Var, Kalman Filter (KF), Ensemble KF (EnKF), Localized Ensemble Transform KF (LETKF, and a few others) from the perspective of developing tools for chemical data assimilation. Please email me any questions or corrections to the address in the PowerPoint!
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