The ARL HYSPLIT team previously hosted an in-person, 4-day workshop that was designed to provide the user with hands-on instruction on how to install, run, and interpret the results of the PC/Mac-based version of the HYSPLIT model. Those materials are now online and videos have also been posted that include a HYSPLIT expert leading the user through the training. These are located at:.
Beginning with 2019, the HYSPLIT workshop will no longer be held in-person. Instead, an agenda will be created that will guide the user during 4 weeks through each section of the online training materials with each week focusing on several sections of the training materials (such as installation, meteorology, trajectories, dispersion, etc). This will allow the user to learn the materials at their own pace and time. During the week users will be able to submit questions to the HYSPLIT Forum that may be answered by HYSPLIT experts during the week. NOAA ARL will then hold a live 1-hour session on the following Monday and Tuesday during which the instructor will review the questions that were received during the week and, if time permits, allow users to ask new questions on the material covered in that week’s session.
HYSPLIT Tutorials – More information and advanced tutorials are available on the READY website:
- Basic Tutorial (2022) – new users should review this material to understand the model before requesting help from the developers. The tutorial has been written with options available in Version 5.2.1 of the model, which can be downloaded from https://www.ready.noaa.gov/HYSPLIT.php.
- Online Tutorial – Online tutorial materials for self-paced training
- Download basic tutorial as a Zip file – Download all the tutorial including meteorological data used.