Steve Mosher provides the following recipe for getting GISS Model E results:
Ok getting ModelE data
Start here http://data.giss.nasa.gov/
See the link for climate simulations of 1880-2003. click that
Here you will see the link to the paper and all the readme I know of
now to get the data look at table 1.
See line #4. ALL FORCINGS. These are the similautions that include all forcings
( line 1-3 contain individual forcings, like GHG only for example, or volcano)
On the left hand side of the table you will see links for the forcing. On the RIGHT
you will see a list of RESPONSES.
select “lat time”
Now you will see a pull down menu.
See the first box. Quantity? Pick surface temp ( there are others as well )
Mean Peroid. pick 1 month to get rid of the running mean
Time interval: pick what you like.
base peroid. I selected 1961-1990 because I wanted to compare ModelE to hadcrut.
Output. Formatted page with download links
Show plot and then get the data
Update: John Christy has sent in the following showing GISS Model E versus UAH. noting his regret that GISS had not reported their run a bit further out.