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20040204: McIDAS - Redhat - Converting Raw GVAR to McIDAS/HDF?



>From: "Paul" <address@hidden>
>Organization: Environment Canada
>Keywords: 200402042157.i14LvdYc008439 McIDAS HDF

Hi Paul,

Since Environment Canada is not the type of organization that Unidata
is licensed to provide McIDAS to (our license allows us to provide
McIDAS to educational and research institutions worldwide), I am
forwarding your inquiry to the McIDAS User Group (MUG) at the Space
Science and Engineering Center (SSEC) at the University of
Wisconsin-Madison.  The MUG folks will be able to help you with your
McIDAS questions.

Cheers,

Tom Yoksas
Unidata User Support

>Institution: Environment Canada
>Package Version: 2003
>Operating System: Redhat
>Hardware Information: HP
>Inquiry: Hello,
>
>I am currently starting a project where I need to produce certain
>products (B1/B2 products) and navigational/orbital information for some
>clients.
>
>I am currently recieving raw GVAR data from an internal receiver.
>
>My questions are:
>1-Does this McIdas-X software package provide a way for me to convert
>  this 'raw' GVAR data into McIdas?? (and thus make it easier to decode
>  the information required)
>
>2-Is there a way to producing HDF data starting from the raw GVAR
>  data??  (this would be useful because we currently have some source
>  code that decodes the data we need from HDF data)
>
>3-Is there a cost to installing and using McIdas-X?  If so, what is
>  it?
>
>If you could direct me towards the right road in terms of whether this
>software provides what I need, it would be much appreciated.
>
>Sincerely,
>
>Paul Paciorek.
>Environment Canada
>Systems Analyst/Programmer

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