All Classes have breakfast available starting at 8:00 AM, with class starting around 8:30 AM. Classes will finish around 5:00 PM each day, unless your instructor tells you otherwise.
The cost is $50 per class. Please note that netCDF Basic and Advanced are separate classes and are $50 for each one.
This session is for system administrators and data providers to learn how to install, configure and maintain the THREDDS Data Server (TDS). See the 2012 TDS Training Workshop Schedule for an overview of the topics covered.
This workshop is a day-long introduction to netCDF. It includes:
This workshop is a day-long discussion of advanced topics and recent developments in netCDF.
It is for those who have already attended the NetCDF for New Users workshop, a previous workshop, or who have extensive experience with netCDF.
The first three days session will cover installing and configuring the IDV, loading, displaying, and manipulating data, creating custom diagnostic functions, and scripting. If time permits and there is interest, some time will be devoted to cover issues such as creating custom applications, adding new data sources and displays. The last half day will be spent on the introduction of the RAMADDA server.
Note: The IDV Workshop lasts 3½ days and ends after the morning session on Thursday, November 1.
This one and one-half day session will cover LDM site management. Topics will include LDM installation, configuration, tuning, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Attendees are expected to have a working knowledge of Unix and Internet networking, including the following:
Note: The LDM Workshop begins with the afternoon session on Thursday, November 1 and lasts 1½ days.
This three day session will describe how to use the GEMPAK package in a variety of real-time and research contexts. Topics covered will include general design concepts, graphical user interfaces, writing interactive and batch scripts, configuring decoders and data tables, use with archived and case study data sets, output device drivers, and data formats.
The session will also look at the new AWIPS II system currently underdevelopment by the National Weather Service and NCEP National Centers. Topics to be covered include system requirements and user account setup, installation and configuration of the EDEX database server and ingest and display of meteorological data.