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Examples and explanations of the use of getMetData for different values of timeserietyepID:

0 = Daily values:
getMetData("0","","2004-07-01","2006-12-31","18700,50540","rr,tan,tax","","8,9","")
Returns daily values for August and September in the specified period. In the output only year, month and day are current in 'from'=date of daily values (time set to 0).

1 = Monthly values:
getMetData("1","","2005-07-01","2006-07-01","18700,50540","rr,tan,tax","","","")
Returns monthly values for all months from July 2005 to July 2006. In the output only year and month are current in 'from'=date of daily values (time set to 0).

2 = Observations (time values/minute values):
getMetData("2","","2006-01-01","2006-02-01","18700,50540","ra,tam,tax","0,6,12,18","","")
Returns observations for the times 0,6,12 and 18 UTC in the specified period. In output for time, Z means UTC-time.

3 = Month normals:
getMetData("3","","","","18700,50540","rr,tam","","","")
For default normal period [1961-01-01 -> 1990-12-31] can input parameters 'from' and 'two ' be blank. Another normal period [1931-01-01 -> 1960-12-31] is also available. Method returns month normals. In the output for date 'from' shows year = (start normal period) and (month and day) = (start of the current month). Date 'to ' shows years = (end normal period) and (month and day) = (end of current month).

4 = Daily normals: 
getMetData("4","","","","18700,50540","tam","","","")
Input parameters 'from' and 'to ' can be blank because it's just one normal period [1961-01-01 -> 1990-12-31] (default). The method returns daily normals for normal period. In the output for date 'from' shows year = (start normal period) and (month and day) = (start of the current day). Date 'to ' shows years = (end normal period) and (month and day) = (end of the current day). .

5 = Daily extremes: 
getMetData("5","","","","18700","rr,tax","","","")
Returns Daily extremes for every day of year. Date 'from' and 'to' shows year=(extreme year) and (month and day)=(current day).

7 = Homogeneous month values:
getMetData("7","","","","18700","tam","","","")
Returns homogeneous monthly values for all months from July 2005 to July 2006.

8 = Metardata: (observed from airports)
getMetData("8","","2008-09-01","2008-10-01","4780","ta","12","","")
Provides metardata for 12 UTC in the given period. The output of the time stamp indicates that Z is UTC time.

9 = Miljødata: (observed from the platforms)
getMetData("8","","2008-09-01","2008-10-01","76920","ta","12","","")
Gives environmental data for 12 UTC in the given period. The output of the time stamp indicates that Z is UTC time.
10 = Extremes per county
getMetData("10","","","","3","tan","","","")
Inputparameter stations are in the county types (countyID) that can be obtained from a method called getCountyTypes. In the output: 'from' - the date that says what year and day records were set for each month, 'id' - stationnumber for which records were set and 'type' - provides county type.

11 = Data Coverage (months)
getMetData("11","","2011-01-01","2011-07-01","18700","tan","","","")
Gives data coverage for the element 'tan' every month in interval. In the output 'from' is the first of each month.

14 = 10 minutes observations (mainly RR_010)
getMetData("14","","2015-01-15","2015-02-15","25112","dd,ff","12","","")
Returns observations for the times 12 UTC in the specified period. In output for time, Z means UTC-time.

15 = 10 min data from the Norwegian Continental Shelf where oil platforms are located.
getMetData("15","","2013-10-03","2013-11-01","76920","ta","12","","")
Returns observations for the times 12 UTC in the specified period. In output for time, Z means UTC-time.

17 = IDF-data
getMetData("17","","","","18701","","","","")
Gives precipitation intensity for return periods. Explanation of data. The value of the tag from for example: 1816-01-01T01:30:00.000Z is 1816 returnperiode 200 years (2016-200=1816). All data with 1816.. is retun period 200 years. All time stamps after for example 1816 is the duration in minutes. .... T01: 30 ... is the duration 90 minutes and ... 02T00: 00 ... is the duration equal to 1440 minutes (one day). Each value is in l/s * ha (liters per. Second per. Ha) (id = LSHA) and is for a return period of a given duration

18 = Foreign observations: 
getMetData("18","","","","279000","ta","8","","")
Gives foreign observations last (<=) 24 hours. Input parameters stations and elements are required. Hours can be used that are number of hours <= 24.