Frequently Asked Questions about CLUBB

  1. What is CLUBB?
  2. Why do I need to agree to a license in order to check out CLUBB?
  3. How do I check out CLUBB?
  4. Where can I get more information on Git?
  5. How do I contribute to CLUBB?
  6. How can I find help with a question regarding CLUBB?


What is CLUBB?

The CLUBB parameterization is a single-column model of clouds and turbulence in the atmosphere.

Why do I need to agree to a license in order to check out CLUBB?

We request that you agree to a license in order to acknowledge the hard work put in by the many contributors to CLUBB.

How do I check out CLUBB?

Once you sign up for CLUBB with a GitHub account, you can use this command to check out the latest version of the CLUBB source code (from a Linux shell):

git clone https://github.com/larson-group/clubb_release.git

Where can I get more information on Git?

How do I contribute to CLUBB?

The easiest way is to create a patch file. This is done by:

git diff FILE > patch_file

Email Vincent Larson and his colleagues (clubb@larson-group.com) the patch files that you would like to see as part of the main branch of CLUBB, and we will consider including them.

How can I find help with a question regarding CLUBB?

Please email your question to clubb@larson-group.com. The email will go to Vincent Larson and his colleagues at Univ. Wisc. --- Milwaukee.