On 04/22/2016 10:37 AM, Arlindo Arriaga wrote:
NASA has decided to change formats of MODIS data files with ocean biology
products from hdf4 to netcdf-4, and my software turned useless. I was asked
to change my Fortran executables from hdf4 to netcdf-4. After training
myself to get control on using netcdf-4 library functions of Fortran
interface, I hit on a road bloc: the function NF90_GET_VAR to read datasets
works well for arrays of single types (integers or reals) but NOT for
compound user defined types, like the structure sstdata
real(kind=4) :: sum
real(kind=4) :: sum2
end TYPE binSST
TYPE(binSST), allocatable, dimension(:) :: sstdata
In case someone has hit on a similar problem or has a suggestion, I would
kindly appreciate the help.
I work in Linux (Ubuntu) 64 bits, and the Fortran compiler is gfortran.
Are you trying to use compound variables using nf90_def_compound, a la:
I've used these before and they seem to work well. If not, what does
your code look like?
Matt Thompson, SSAI, Sr Scientific Programmer/Analyst
NASA GSFC, Global Modeling and Assimilation Office
Code 610.1, 8800 Greenbelt Rd, Greenbelt, MD 20771
Phone: 301-614-6712 Fax: 301-614-6246