I've also included a plot of Craig Loehle's reconstruction which uses non-treering proxies, and also the original MBH98, which I got from a CA archive. That was for the MM05 E&E paper. I was hoping to include the centred plot from Fig 1c of that paper - there are numbers for that in the archive, but I haven't been able to convince myself that they are really from a centred reconstruction. They seem awfully close to what is supposed to be a non-centred modified Gaspe reconstruction.
Update - Craig Loehle's paper had a correction. I've referred to the update paper, but had plotted the original data. I've replaced with the updated data - not a big change. However, the update only goes to 1935, so I've had to change the anomaly base period to 1906-1935. I have updated the zipfile.
I've posted, on the document repository, a zip file called javaproxy.zip. It includes the R files and the data, and a readme.txt file. Despite the name, it also includes the file for the animated gif as well.
I've updated the data notes on the previous post to add the new datasets. Again, all sets have been set to an anomaly base period of
I've added a facility that enables TheFordPrefect's capability of comparing datasets. You'll see now at the end of the legend a block of four rectangles. Think of these as representing a stack of datasets. You can add new sets at the left end by clicking on their names in the legend. When you add a new one, the others move to the right.
So if you want to compare two sets, just click on them, and then roll the pointer over the two left rectangles. You'll see them show up. You can of course select up to four at a time and cycle through them.
Here is the 2000 year plot. Just roll the mouse pointer over the names in the legend to enhance each individual curve.