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Re: LDM Feeds



Hi Jason,

You can request any of the feeds on this page other than PCWS(ACARS),
NLDN(Lightning), GEM (Canadian CMC model ouput), FNMOC (NOGAPS)..:


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

The feedtypes I mentioned above are still obtainable, but must be from the
host...I can help with that when and if that comes up..



scour is what we use, I am sure you (or someone) could write a script to
cp or mv data from certain dates into a "case study" directory or a
directory that does not get scoured.

fyi..we maintain a short archive of the IDD data stream..3 days to almost
a month depending upon the volume of the feed, so that is another way to
access data that may have fallen off or been scoured.

It is located at:

motherlode.ucar.edu


it is password protected so ... let me know if you want any prods from
there and I will send password in another e-mail.


Instead of requesting NNEXRAD atm.geo.nsf.gov

try

request  ANY atm.geo.nsf.gov

That will open the floodgates, or modify your request line to what you
desire...again we can help with that if needed.


Cheers,

Jeff
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On Wed, 4 Aug 2004, Jason T. Smith wrote:

> Hello Jeff,
>     How are things going on your end?  Here at Howard we had our local meeting
> and a few questions came up.
>
> 1) Right now were are getting the NNEXRAD feed, is there a default feed that
> gives more than just NNEXRAD?  Also is there a list of all of the avalible
> feeds, we have looked thoughout the UNIDATA site and counldnt find it.
>
> 2)  Is there anything similar to scour that can save data between specified
> dates? Like if there was a storm today, is there a script that can save that
> data so it wont be deleted when scour runs.
>
>
> I think that was it, well atleast what my notes are showing.  They were 
> talking
> about getting the decoders working, is this the decoders package on unidata's
> site?  THanks in advance.
>
>
>
> Jason Smith
>
>
>
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