There is a helper class ucar.nc2.dt.grid.NetcdfCFWriter which will write Grids
to netcdf-3/CF files. To create a Grid, the correct coordinate system must be
found. This is done through a CoordSysBuilder class. Its not trivial, but there
are examples in ucar.nc2.dataset.conv package. Some details are at:
Matt Foster wrote:
I have some badly formed netCDF that I'm trying to get to CF-compliant
using netcdf-Java (2.2.22). The bad nc file has the data, lat and lon
points and attributes for a Lambert Conformal projection, but it has no
GeoX/GeoY points, and the dimensions aren't even set right. It's really
I've been working on using latLonToProj in the LambertConformal class to
get the lats and lons into Ys and Xs, but that's about as far as I can
get. At that point I start getting confused about CoordinateSystems and
their relationship to NetcdfDatasets.
Can someone help this newbie get the rest of the way?
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