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20050523: Examples and Help!!!



>From: "Asiel" <address@hidden>
>Organization: Inpe/Cptec/Dsa
>Keywords: 200505231155.j4NBtdP3008684 McIDAS program examples

Hi Asiel,

I apologize for taking so long to respond to your email. It got lost
in the support inbox...

>Dear Sir, Please I need more informations about Mcidas examples
>programs,

The University of Wisconsin/SSEC McIDAS website has a number of program
examples available:

SSEC McIDAS HomePage
http://www.ssec.wisc.edu/mcidas

Download Software -> McIDAS-X Sample Programs
http://www.ssec.wisc.edu/mcidas/software/sample_progs/

Please note that CPTEC gets its McIDAS distribution from Unidata, not
SSEC.  As such, any questions you have about McIDAS should continue to
be sent to Unidata User Support <address@hidden> and NOT to
SSEC.  Our license with SSEC to distribute McIDAS stipulates that we
handle all of the support questions regarding McIDAS to sites we
distribute the package to.

>and if You have some free aplications to convert
>Binaries goes 12 data format to Mcidas.
>I'm working to converting Goes data to Mcidas format to forescast.

I believe that the task you have in mind is to convert binary TeraScan
data to McIDAS format; true?  If yes, there is no example of how to do
this.  There have been many efforts at creating a TeraScan TDF file to
McIDAS AREA file converter over the past 10 years, and none has
progressed to the point of being generally useful.  However, if you
have good experience with the TeraScan TDF format and the development
library provided with TeraScan, you may be the correct person to tackle
the conversion job.

Please let me know if your objective is to convert TeraScan image data
in TDF format to McIDAS.  If it is, I will detail the various McIDAS
documents that you will need to become familiar with for your
development efforts.

>Best Regards
>Asiel Bomfin Junior
>INPE/CPTEC
>Brazil

Cheers,

Tom Yoksas
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