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Re: Data feed?



Brian

UNCC was fairly active at one time when Mike Dross was handling
the machines there.

To get data via the internet, you can install the LDM
and request a feed. You should also be on the lookout for the
Unidata equipment grants announcement on our home page
(the deadline is Feb 27th to submit a proposal for an award).

Start at my.unidata.ucar.edu and see the equipment grant
announcement.

Then follow the Software tab to obtain the LDM and follow
the installation instructions including the current
LDM installation information:
http://my.unidata.ucar.edu/content/software/ldm/ldm-6.0.14/

And requesting a data feed:
http://my.unidata.ucar.edu/content/software/ldm/ldm-6.0.14/basics/configuring.html

For more innformation on the data types available, see the "Data" link
from the my.unidata.ucar.edu web site.

As always, our support email address is: address@hidden
should you need help!

Steve Chiswell




On Fri, 2004-02-20 at 11:21, Bob Rozumalski wrote:
> 
> Hey Brian,
> 
> Time to contact UNIDATA. Most likely, you will get the majority of your data 
> via LDM. UNIDATA assists the university community in these issues.
> 
> Steve,  who does Brian contact at UNIDATA to get started in setting
> up a synoptic lap at UNC Charlotte?
> 
> 
> Bob
> 
> 
> ^^From: "Etherton, Brian" <address@hidden>
> ^^To: "'Bob Rozumalski'" <address@hidden>
> ^^Cc: "Martin, Walter" <address@hidden>
> ^^Subject: Data feed?
> ^^Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 13:01:10 -0500
> 
> ^^
> ^^Hi Bob-
> ^^
> ^^One other NAWIPS question...
> ^^
> ^^Do we get the data via-internet, or do we need to plop a satellite dish on
> ^^the roof?
> ^^
> ^^Thanks again,
> ^^Brian E.
> ^^
> ^^
> ^^
> ^^-----Original Message-----
> ^^From: Bob Rozumalski [mailto:address@hidden 
> ^^Sent: Friday, February 20, 2004 11:31 AM
> ^^To: address@hidden
> ^^Cc: address@hidden
> ^^Subject: Re: Thanks! (NAWIPS)
> ^^
> ^^
> ^^
> ^^
> ^^Hey Brian,
> ^^
> ^^$5K per machine is plenty. NAWIPS is free but you will want to
> ^^contact UNIDATA since they can provide all the support you
> ^^will want. Lot's of other software too. You might be able
> ^^to get some additional NSF hardware money for the lab.
> ^^
> ^^^^You mention 'running a local model', is that part of NAWIPS?  I once
> ^^thought
> ^^^^it was just about displaying Meteo data.
> ^^
> ^^No, NAWIPS is just a data display package. But running a local model such as
> ^^the WS Eta could be a valuable teaching tool. The output can be viewed
> ^^in NAWIPS.
> ^^
> ^^Bob
> ^^
> ^^
> ^^^^
> ^^^^Hi there Bob,
> ^^^^
> ^^^^So, the costs of NAWIPS are machine based, but is there a cost for NAWIPS
> ^^^^itself?
> ^^^^
> ^^^^It seems like the folks here want BIG ticket items ($50K or so).  It would
> ^^^^be, perhaps, 10 machines with the high end graphics - about $4K each?  And
> ^^^^then, any charge for NAWIPS itself?
> ^^^^
> ^^^^You mention 'running a local model', is that part of NAWIPS?  I once
> ^^thought
> ^^^^it was just about displaying Meteo data.
> ^^^^
> ^^^^Good call on the COMET stuff - I used that before, it's good!
> ^^^^
> ^^^^If I can rustle up a budget by day's end, I ought to be OK.
> ^^^^
> ^^^^Thanks again,
> ^^^^Brian E.
> ^^^^
> ^^^^
> ^^^^
> ^^^^-----Original Message-----
> ^^^^From: Bob Rozumalski [mailto:address@hidden 
> ^^^^Sent: Friday, February 20, 2004 10:44 AM
> ^^^^To: address@hidden
> ^^^^Subject: Re: NAWIPS
> ^^^^
> ^^^^
> ^^^^
> ^^^^Well,  how much $$?
> ^^^^
> ^^^^Here are my thoughts.  Since this is a synoptic lab and you want
> ^^^^it to be somewhat of a showpiece, I stongly urge to to get 
> ^^^^dual head 19" flat panel monitors for each machine. They will
> ^^^^be set up in Xinerama mode so that both panels serve as 1 large 
> ^^^^screen.  Cost for the monitors should be ~$725 each and the dual
> ^^^^head video card ~$125.
> ^^^^
> ^^^^You don't need the fastest CPUs available but a dual CPU system
> ^^^^is very cost effective. I suggest dual 2.6 GhZ with 1-2GB
> ^^^^of memory.  You can still run a local area model effectively.
> ^^^^MAybe a 200GB disc
> ^^^^
> ^^^^DVD/CD Rom
> ^^^^
> ^^^^Speakers - important expecially if you want to use any of the available
> ^^^^COMET training and educational materials available online.
> ^^^^
> ^^^^Dual Boot OS - linux/windows
> ^^^^
> ^^^^Let me know if you have any  other questions.
> ^^^^
> ^^^^Bob
> ^^^^
> ^^^^
> ^^^^^^From: "Etherton, Brian" <address@hidden>
> ^^^^^^To: "'Bob Rozumalski'" <address@hidden>
> ^^^^^^Subject: NAWIPS
> ^^^^^^Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 09:24:24 -0500
> ^^^^^^MIME-Version: 1.0
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> ^^^^^^
> ^^^^^^Hi there Bob,
> ^^^^^^
> ^^^^^^Got word that UNC Charlotte might have 'spare money' available.  If so,
> ^^^^I'd
> ^^^^^^like to build a synoptic lab here - perhaps 10 NAWIPS stations.
> ^^^^^^
> ^^^^^^What would it take to do that, cost wise?  Any thoughts on that?
> ^^^^^^
> ^^^^^^Oh - got the SST's and snowdata - works great!
> ^^^^^^
> ^^^^^^Ciao for now,
> ^^^^^^Brian E.
> ^^^^^^
> ^^^^^^
> 


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