VAPOR is developed as an Open Source application by the National Center for Atmospheric Research, under the sponsorship of the National Science Foundation. Continued support for VAPOR is dependent on demonstrable evidence of the software's value to the scientific community. You are free to use VAPOR as permitted under the terms and conditions of the license. We kindly request, however, that you cite VAPOR in your publications and presentations. We suggest the following citations as appropriate:
Clyne, J., Mininni, P., Norton, A., and Rast, M. "Interactive desktop analysis of high resolution simulations:
application to turbulent plume dynamics and current sheet formation", New Journal of Physics 9 (2007) 301.
Clyne, J. and Rast, M. "A prototype discovery environment for analyzing and visualizing terascale turbulent fluid flow simulations", in proceedings of Visualization and Data Analysis 2005, pp. 284-294, January 2005.
Imagery produced by VAPOR (www.vapor.ucar.edu), a product of the Computational Information Systems Laboratory at the National Center for Atmospheric Research
or simply the URL when space does not permit otherwise:
|VAPOR 1.5.0 georeferenced image example.|
Version 2.2.2 of VAPOR is now available for download.
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION / CALL FOR DATA
EGU Workshop "Visualization and Data Analysis in Earth and Climate Science"
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Version 2.1.0 of VAPOR is now available for download
Version 2.0.2 of VAPOR is now available for download
Version 2.0 of VAPOR is now available for download.
Version 1.5.2 of VAPOR is available for download. A number of critical bugs introduced in version 1.5.0 have been fixed. It is recommended that all 1.5.0 users upgrade to 1.5.2