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Re: 20040301: IDD access to NOAQPORT data in Portugal



Hello Yoshiro,


Yes, the data is freely available for research and education.

Being in Portugal, I suspect many of our data feeds would not be of
interest to you.

I see you desire observational data.

That would be in the IDS|DDPLUS data stream. (Feed types 0,2 & 3)

Please see:

http://my.unidata.ucar.edu/content/software/ldm/ldm-6.0.14/basics/feedtypes/index.html

for an explanation of the data available.

Please send me the fully qualified domain name of the machine you desire
the data to be sent.

Have you installed LDM 6.0.14 yet?

Once the LDM is installed, and I have your machine name, the feed will
take just a short time to begin.

Thank you,


Jeff
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On Mon, 1 Mar 2004, Unidata Support wrote:

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> ------- Forwarded Message
>
> >From: "Yoshihiro Yamasaki" <address@hidden>
> >Organization: Federal University of Pelotas
> >Keywords: 200403011150.i21BoIrV015279 IDD
>
> Dear sir,
>
> Could you please inform how can I have access to NOAAPORT
> data via the IDD ? I have been looking for a request form
> but I could not find it.
>
> I am a researcher from the Federal University of Pelotas
> working in my graduate program at the University of
> Aveiro, Physics Department - Portugal. So that, as I
> understood, since the data will only be used for research
> I hope to be possible to access the observations data (
> upper and surface data ) .
>
> Best regards,
>
> yyamazaki
>
>
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