This notebook is part of the $$\omega radlib$$ documentation: https://docs.wradlib.org.

Copyright (c) $$\omega radlib$$ developers. Distributed under the MIT License. See LICENSE.txt for more info.

# Hydrometeorclassification¶

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import wradlib as wrl
import os
import numpy as np
import matplotlib as mpl
import matplotlib.pyplot as pl
import warnings
warnings.filterwarnings('ignore')
try:
get_ipython().magic("matplotlib inline")
except:
pl.ion()
from scipy import interpolate
import datetime as dt
import glob


The hydrometeorclassification code is based on the paper by Zrnic et.al 2001 utilizing 2D trapezoidal membership functions based on the paper by Straka et. al 2000 adapted by Evaristo et. al 2013 for X-Band.

## Precipitation Types¶

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pr_types = wrl.classify.pr_types
for k, v in pr_types.items():
print(str(k) + ' - '.join(v))


## Membership Functions¶

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filename = wrl.util.get_wradlib_data_file('misc/msf_xband.gz')
msf = wrl.io.get_membership_functions(filename)


### Plot 2D Membership Functions¶

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obs = ['reflectivity (dBZ)', 'differential reflectivity (dB)',
'correlation coefficient', 'specific differential phase (degrees/km)',
'temperature (degrees celsius)']
minmax = [(-10, 100),(-1, 6), (0.3, 1.0), (-5, 35), (-65, 45)]

for i, v in enumerate(msf):
fig = pl.figure(figsize=(10, 8))
t = fig.suptitle(' - '.join(pr_types[i]))
t.set_y(1.02)
for k, p in enumerate(v):
ax.plot(p[:,0],
'k', lw=1.0)
ax.plot(p[:,0],
'k', lw=2.0)
ax.plot(p[:,0],
'k', lw=2.0)
ax.plot(p[:,0],
'k', lw=1.0)

ax.set_xlim((p[:,0].min(), p[:,0].max()))
ax.margins(x=0.05, y=0.05)
ax.set_xlabel('ZH - Reflectivity [dBZ]')
ax.set_ylabel(obs[k])
t = ax.set_title(obs[k])
ax.set_ylim(minmax[k])
fig.tight_layout()
pl.show()


## Use Sounding Data¶

### Retrieve Sounding Data¶

To get the temperature as additional discriminator we use radiosonde data from the University of Wyoming.

The function get_radiosonde tries to find the next next available radiosonde measurement on the given date.

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rs_time = dt.datetime(2014, 6, 10, 12, 0)
import urllib
try:
except urllib.error.HTTPError:
rs_data, _ = wrl.io.from_hdf5(dataf)
with open(metaf, 'r') as infile:
import json
rs_meta


### Extract Temperature and Height¶

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stemp = rs_data['TEMP']
sheight = rs_data['HGHT']
# remove nans
idx = np.isfinite(stemp)
stemp = stemp[idx]
sheight = sheight[idx]


### Interpolate to higher resolution¶

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# highres height
hmax = 30000.
ht = np.arange(0., hmax)

ipolfunc = interpolate.interp1d(sheight, stemp, kind='linear',
bounds_error=False)
itemp = ipolfunc(ht)


### Fix Temperature below first measurement¶

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first = np.nanargmax(itemp)
itemp[0:first] = itemp[first]


### Plot Temperature Profile¶

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fig = pl.figure(figsize=(5,10))
l1 = ax.plot(itemp, ht/1000, 'r.')
l2 = ax.plot(stemp, sheight/1000, 'bo')
ax.set_xlabel('Temperature [°C]')
ax.set_ylabel('Height [km]')
ax.set_ylim(0, hmax/1000)
ax.grid()
pl.show()


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# read the radar volume scan
filename = 'hdf5/2014-06-09--185000.rhi.mvol'


### Extract data for georeferencing¶

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data, meta = wrl.io.read_gamic_hdf5(filename)
r = meta['SCAN0']['r'] - meta['SCAN0']['bin_range'] / 2.
el = meta['SCAN0']['el']
az = meta['SCAN0']['az']
rays = meta['SCAN0']['ray_count']
bins = meta['SCAN0']['bin_count']
sitecoords = (meta['VOL']['Longitude'], meta['VOL']['Latitude'],
meta['VOL']['Height'])


### Get Heights of Radar Bins¶

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re = wrl.georef.get_earth_radius(sitecoords[1])
print(r.shape, el.shape)
bheight = wrl.georef.bin_altitude(r[:, np.newaxis], el, sitecoords[2], re).T
print(bheight.shape)


### Plot RHI of Heights¶

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fig = pl.figure(figsize=(8, 7))
cmap = mpl.cm.viridis
cgax, im = wrl.vis.plot_rhi(bheight/1000., r=r/1000., th=el,
proj='cg', cmap=cmap,
ax=111, fig=fig)
cbar.set_label('Height [km]')
caax = cgax.parasites[0]
caax.set_xlabel('Range [km]')
caax.set_ylabel('Range [km]')
pl.show()


### Get Index into High Res Height Array¶

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idx = np.digitize(bheight, ht)
print(idx.shape, ht.shape, itemp.shape)
rtemp = itemp[idx-1]
print(rtemp.min())


### Plot RHI of Temperatures¶

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fig = pl.figure(figsize=(10,5))
cgax, im = wrl.vis.plot_rhi(rtemp, r=r/1000., th=el,
proj='cg', cmap=cmap,
ax=111, fig=fig)
cbar.set_label('Temperature [°C]')
caax = cgax.parasites[0]
caax.set_xlabel('Range [km]')
caax.set_ylabel('Range [km]')
cgax.set_ylim(0, hmax/1000)
pl.show()


## HMC Workflow¶

### Stack Observables¶

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hmca = np.vstack((data['SCAN0']['ZH']['data'][np.newaxis,...],
data['SCAN0']['ZDR']['data'][np.newaxis,...],
data['SCAN0']['RHOHV']['data'][np.newaxis,...],
data['SCAN0']['KDP']['data'][np.newaxis,...],
rtemp[np.newaxis,...]))
print(hmca.shape)


### Setup Independent Observable $$Z_H$$¶

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msf_idp = msf[0, 0, :, 0]
msf_obs = msf[..., 1:]


### Retrieve membership function values based on independent observable¶

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msf_val = wrl.classify.msf_index_indep(msf_obs, msf_idp,
hmca[0])


### Fuzzyfication¶

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fu = wrl.classify.fuzzyfi(msf_val, hmca)


### Probability¶

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# Weights
w = np.array([2., 1., 1., 1., 1.])
prob = wrl.classify.probability(fu, w)


### Classification¶

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hmc_idx, hmc_vals = wrl.classify.classify(prob, threshold=0.)


## Plot HMC Results¶

### Plot Probability of HMC Types¶

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fig = pl.figure(figsize=(30,20))
import matplotlib.gridspec as gridspec
gs = gridspec.GridSpec(3, 4, wspace=0.4, hspace=0.4)
for i, c in enumerate(prob):
r=r/1000., th=el,
proj='cg',
ax=gs[i], fig=fig)
cbar.set_label('Probability')
caax = cgax.parasites[0]
caax.set_xlabel('Range [km]')
caax.set_ylabel('Range [km]')
t = cgax.set_title(' - '.join(pr_types[i]))
t.set_y(1.1)
cgax.set_xlim(0,40)
cgax.set_ylim(0,14)
pl.show()


### Plot maximum probability¶

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fig = pl.figure(figsize=(10, 8))
cgax, im = wrl.vis.plot_rhi(hmc_vals[11], ax=111,
proj='cg',
r=r/1000., th=el,
cmap='cubehelix', fig=fig)
cbar.set_label('Probability')
caax = cgax.parasites[0]
caax.set_xlabel('Range [km]')
caax.set_ylabel('Range [km]')
t = cgax.set_title('Hydrometeorclassification')
t.set_y(1.05)
cgax.set_xlim(0,40)
cgax.set_ylim(0,14)
pl.show()


### Plot classification result¶

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bounds = np.arange(-0.5, prob.shape[0] + 0.6, 1)
ticks=np.arange(0, prob.shape[0] + 1)
cmap = mpl.cm.get_cmap('cubehelix', len(ticks))
norm = mpl.colors.BoundaryNorm(bounds, cmap.N)

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fig = pl.figure(figsize=(10,8))
cgax, im = wrl.vis.plot_rhi(hmc_idx[11], ax=111,
proj={'angular_spacing': 20.,
'latmin': 2.5},
r=r/1000., th=el,
norm=norm,
cmap=cmap,
fig=fig)
cbar = pl.colorbar(im, ticks=ticks, fraction=0.046, norm=norm, pad=0.1)
cbar.set_label('Hydrometeorclass')
caax = cgax.parasites[0]
caax.set_xlabel('Range [km]')
caax.set_ylabel('Range [km]')
labels = [pr_types[i][1] for i, _ in enumerate(pr_types)]
labels = cbar.ax.set_yticklabels(labels)
t = cgax.set_title('Hydrometeorclassification')
t.set_y(1.05)
cgax.set_xlim(0,40)
cgax.set_ylim(0,14)
pl.show()