[Fwd: Re: Do y'all have a suggestion for Ed?]

One of the folks working for me has been looking at this, too. Here's his thouht.

gerry

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Subject: Re: Do y'all have a suggestion for Ed?
Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2006 18:44:07 -0000
From: Shah, Saurin B <saurin.shah@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Reply-To: saurin.shah@xxxxxxxxxxxx
To: Gerry Creager N5JXS <gerry.creager@xxxxxxxx>, Sastry, Srikanth <sastry@xxxxxxxxxxxx>, Kaustav Ghoshal <kghoshal@xxxxxxxx>, Shah, Saurin Bipin <saurin782@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

Hi Gerry,

I have used g2clib for GRIB2 files and it is really good. It has routines to
write all 8 sections of a GRIB2 file, and also it has routines to decode a
GRIB2 file. The code is well documented too.


The library can be found at
http://oceanlab.rsmas.miami.edu/explorer/SEACOOS/v2/src/degrib/src/grib2lib/g
2clib-1.0.2/

Let me know if you have any more questions.
Thanks
Regards

Saurin


Gerry Creager N5JXS <gerry.creager@xxxxxxxx> said:



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Subject: anyone care to recomend a GRIB C library?
Date: Sun, 15 Jan 2006 08:27:32 -0700
From: Ed Hartnett <ed@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Reply-To: Ed Hartnett <ed@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Organization: UCAR/Unidata
To: netcdfgroup@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Howdy all!

At the moment I am looking at C libraries for reading and writing
GRIB.

There are several the I can find, and probably a few I can't, by
googling.

Would anyone here care to recommend a good C library for GRIB?

It needs to be freeware as well.

Thanks!

Ed
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