Re: nc_add_recs.m

Hi Dave and John,

thanks for providing alternative workarounds. i actually came up with a
somewhat awkward solution. i dumped the time series of the dimensional order
(1, 1, ntime) into the netcdf file using nc_add_recs.m, then permuted the
dimensions to the correct order (ntime, 1, 1) using ncpdq. it's not an
elegant solution, but a working one.

thanks,
d.

On 8/4/07, John Caron <caron@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> My understanding is that you can use the netcdf-java library in MatLab. I
> dont know the details, but Rich Signell has contributed this doc:
>
>   http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/software/netcdf-java/nj22matlab.m
>
> David Wang wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > i've been scratching my head how to add a three-dimensional (time, lat,
> > lon) variable into a netcdf file where time is the unlimited dimension
> > and both lat and lon are dimensions of size 1. i work with matlab
> > (nc_add_recs.m in snctools) but matlab doesn't allow trailing singleton
> > dimensions. so while nc_add_recs.m (and nc_varput.m as well presumably)
> > requires an input of rank 3, i'm not able to provide it an array of size
> > (ntime, 1, 1). it's a pain in the neck. if there is any workaround out
> > there, please give me a hint.
> >
> > thanks,
> > david
> >
>



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