Universal Radar Script
More details on the RADAR inputs can be found on the Docs page. Variants: a list of variants
BED file: a BED file containing the variants
Text format: type variants directly into a text box, lines may be tab- or space-delimited
Cancer type: a TCGA cancer type, only needed if any tissue-specific scores are to be included.
Tissue-specific scores: which tissue-specific scores should be included along with the universal scores for each variant.
Variants that do not fall in the RBP regulome can be scored with FunSeq2. See Downloads.
Universal Radar Script
Two parameters are required by RADAR: a BED file containing the variants to be scored, and an output directory where the scores will be written to. Each line of the input should be formatted as: chromosome, start, stop, reference allele, alternate allele. The output is a BED file with the scored variant, each line formatted as: chromosome, start, stop, reference allele, alternate allele, cross-species conservation score, hub score, GERP score, RNA structure (EvoFold score), motif disruption score, RBP-gene association score, total universal score, [key genes score], [mutation recurrence score], [regulatory power score], total tissue-specific score, total score. Scores in brackets  are tissue-specific scores, and can be optionally included; the other scores are provided by default.
Next, download the RADAR package in ZIP format from the RADAR website Downloads page Unzip the file at the command line (using unzip radar.zip. After unzipping, you should see a directory called radar/ containing two items: a .py file (the executable script) and a resources/ directory that contains all data files needed by the RADAR script to produce scores.
Now we are ready to run the software and score our variants. Move into the recently unzipped radar/ directory, where the radar.py file exists (using cd radar/). Locate the path to the Breast.bed file (in the example command below, we will assume it exists in the parent directory of radar/). Also identify a directory into which you would like the output file to be written (in this example, we will write the output to the same directory that contains Breast.bed). Now, see the following 5 walkthroughs to see how to run RADAR for different use cases. Note that a cancer type must be specified if at least one tissue-specific score is requested. (We use BRCA here, since we are scoring breast cancer variants, but any of the TCGA cancer types listed above are valid.) In any case, RADAR will generate the output file in the specified output directory. The file will be called Breast.radar_out.bed in this case, and will contain the list of scored variants.
The Python ARM Radar Toolkit, Py-ART, is a Python module containing acollection of weather radar algorithms and utilities. Py-ART is used by theAtmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Climate Research Facility for workingwith data from a number of its precipitation and cloud radars, but has beendesigned so that it can be used by others in the radar and atmosphericcommunities to examine, processes, and analyze data from many types ofweather radars.
Py-ART has the ability to ingest (read) from a number of common weather radarformats including Sigmet/IRIS, MDV, CF/Radial, UF, and NEXRAD Level II archivefiles. Radar data can be written to NetCDF files which conform to the CF/Radialconvention.
Algorithms in the module are able to performs a number of corrections on theradar moment data in antenna coordinate including attenuation correction ofthe reflectivity, velocity dealiasing, and correction of the specific (Kdp)and differential (PhiDP) phases.
A sophisticated mapping routines is able to efficiently create uniformCartesian grids of radar fields from one or more radars. Routines exist inPy-ART for plotting these grids as well as saving them to NetCDF files.
TRMM Radar Software Library (RSL).If installed Py-ART will be able t`o read in radar data in a number ofadditional formats (Lassen, McGill, Universal Format, and RADTEC) andperform automatic dealiasing of Doppler velocities. RSL should beinstall prior to installing Py-ART. The environmental variable RSL_PATHshould point to the location where RSL was installed if RSL was notinstalled in the default location (/usr/local/trmm), such as a anaconda path(/usr/anaconda3/envs/pyart_env/.
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The combination of multiple remote sensing data sources can provide invaluable information that would not be obtained with a single sensor alone. Observation-level or pixel-based fusion combines pixels from different sources to form an image containing new information (more information). Two widely used examples of pixel-based fusion are pan-sharpening and the fusion of radar and multispectral optical images. On the one hand, pan-sharpening consists of blending a high-resolution panchromatic image with a lower resolution multispectral image to obtain a high-resolution multispectral image. On the other hand, the combination of radar and optical imagery provides images with increased spectral resolution that can mitigate the drawbacks of each product (such as cloud cover for optical images), but also provide increased temporal resolution with more frequent overpasses.
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VxVerify creates the following files in '/tmp/vxv/' or '/var/log/mystic/vxv/'. Checking these files manually may help to find issues on the cluster even if the VxVerify script does not fully complete:
Once an antenna picks up a vehicle going above the fast limit that you have set, a beep will sound and it will lock the speed in the relevant fast box, and the colour of the numbers displayed will change to a dark red. In order to unlock the display, press the M key. The range of the radar is 50 units, I suggest not messing with this as it will cause issues.
The only issue I am having is being unable to open the remote menu back up again, I am unsure whether that is something my end or to do with the script but I cannot fault the script in anyway. Thank you for an amazing script.
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In support of the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission's (TRIMM) Global Validation Program, the NASA's TRIMM Satellite Validation Office has developed a Radar Software Library (RSL) for working with the various input radar formats. This is an object-oriented library written in C that includes several command-line utilities and conversion between several Radar formats. 041b061a72