In this section describe the background for your application or analysis. Be detailed enough to provide the Climate Data online or “CDO” provides access to climate data products through a simple, searchable online web mapping service.
All data we have taken is be openly available (obtained from public/open systems). We have taken a dataset from WWW.DATA.GOV which gives a detailed description about Climate Normals, monthly climate reports, and drought information, analyses of weather and climate events, increasingly comparing recent events to expectations of future climate conditions, information detailing extreme events such as heat waves, droughts, tornadoes, and hurricanes have affected the North America since the dawn of time and climate information generated from examination of the data in the archives includes record temperatures, record precipitation and snowfall, climate extremes statistics.
All data must be openly available (or obtained from public/open systems). You may use an API to obtain data if the API is free and/or the account to access it is free.
Some climate data online APIS are used to obtain this data for users in variety of formats such as CSV, XML, JSON.
Source : WWW.DATA.GOV
The climate of the North America varies by location and by time of year. Our Climate Data Online (CDO) Data Mining Project motivation is to bring Climate Normals, monthly climate reports, and drought information are a few of the many datasets and products found under one climate section.
So users can easily get a publicly access to our web service ‘CDO’ and get the data in a variety of formats such as CSV, XML, JSON.